Could you live here? A selection of terrible estate agent photographs

You have to wonder 'who would live in a house like this' when you see these terrible estate agent photographs. From a house with four front doors to a toilet in a boiler cupboard it is a wonder these agents ever make a sale.

Published on 21/07/2016

Brexit gloom as RICS says new instructions in steepest fall on record

New buyer enquiries in the run-up to and immediate aftermath of the EU referendum fell to their lowest reading since mid-2008, while instructions had their steepest fall on record with 45% more surveyors reporting a drop, the RICS UK Residential market survey for June has found. The study of surveyor sentiment, the first major release that takes account of at least some of the post-Brexit property world, found 36% more chartered surveyors nationally reporting a fall in interest.

Published on 14/07/2016

What does an EU ‘in’ vote mean for the UK property market?

The referendum will be held on June 23 but what do housing market experts think about an ‘in’ vote? An article from OnTheMarket. com.

Published on 22/06/2016

What would Brexit mean for the UK housing market?

On June 23 the EU referendum will take place but what will happen to property if Britain votes to leave?  An article by OnTheMarket. com.

Published on 21/06/2016

What is the property market doing and is it on the turn?

  Month Average New Applicants Average New Instructions Average New Viewings Average New Offers Average Exchanges             May 16 74 11 114 16 3. 9 Apr 16 91 11 132 18 3.

Published on 03/06/2016

UK house hunters like a more personal service from estate agents

Some 58% of UK house hunters want life long, personal relationships with estate agents with an accumulative understanding of their property needs, new research suggests. The study from cloud based estate agency software provider Dezrez, looks at the attitudes, perceptions and expectations that UK home buyers have towards estate agents and online tools.

Published on 27/05/2016

Throwback Thursday

How things change!      .

Published on 26/05/2016

Average house prices would go up whether Britain leaves or stays!

The NAEA and ARLA have jointly issued a report forecasting that house prices will go up whether the vote is yes or no – but at a slightly lower rate if the vote is to leave. It estimates that if the UK votes to remain in the EU, by 2018 the average UK home would cost £303,000.

Published on 23/05/2016

Buying or selling a property? How do you choose the right solicitor?

How do you go about picking the right solicitor to carry out the “conveyancing” for your property transaction? Here is www. onthemarket.

Published on 20/05/2016

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