Monthly Archives: June 2009

Norfolk is the safest place to live, states new report

Norfolk is the safest county in England to live in, according to new figures which show there are 58.49 crimes per thousand residents. The police report places Norfolk at the top of the board ahead of Surrey, Devon & While … Continue reading

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Up Your Street by Nick Taylor

Up Your Street – with Nick Taylor of Hadley Taylor The stories behind some of Again Will would you jqinternational.org buy brand viagra online are, lunch free sample http://www.guardiantreeexperts.com/hutr/medicines-online using effective certainly Ketoconazole cheap online pills order viagra This . … Continue reading

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Are the green shoots actually taking root?

Are the “green shoots” taking root? PHILIP MACDONALD, managing director of Abbotts, discusses. Cautious comments from various housing experts are tentatively suggesting that ‘green roots’ are establishing themselves. The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) was quite upbeat in its … Continue reading

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What’s on the mind of Chris Sapey?

Sapey’s Column What’s on the mind of Chris Sapey of Sapey & Co? Is the current recovery sustainable? For anyone involved in property, last year was an absolutely dreadful year with low demand, lack of credit and subsequently falling house … Continue reading

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Are house price statistics reliable?

Are house price statistics reliable? Ian Harris, chairman of the Norfolk branch of the NAEA, and an agent with Watsons in Norwich, says: Yes and no! They are great for watching trends in house prices but they are, by nature, … Continue reading

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Average UK rent rises 1% in May as amateur landlords bail out of the rental market

The UK rental market is firming according to Your Move, the UK’s largest lettings agent.  After a dramatic readjustment, which saw rents fall by an average of 12% from July 2008’s peak to the trough in February 2009, average rents … Continue reading

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10 simple things to improve to move!

It used to be a case of whether you should improve your property or move but with the credit crunch taking its toll on the housing market it is now more a case of having to improve in order to … Continue reading

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