Monthly Archives: September 2009

Don’t miss out on stamp duty holiday

Time is running out to take advantage of the ‘Stamp Duty holiday’ which is due to come to an end on December 31st. Since the Government raised the lowest Stamp Duty threshold from £125,000 to £175,000 in September last year, … Continue reading

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Prices – supply & demand

The St Albans property market is traditionally one of the strongest, being in such close proximity to London. There are currently more potential buyers for property than there are sellers and this is helping to sustain prices. Sellers can now … Continue reading

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Demand in rental market returns for the first time since recession began

The residential rental market is beginning to stabilise with property oversupply decreasing across the UK and the number of new tenancies increasing, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA). Results from the latest ARLA survey of its members … Continue reading

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A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma

What exactly is happening to the property market at the moment? For us, and in many parts of the UK September has been one of the most active on record and this following a rather busy August. After all the … Continue reading

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When will the lettings industry be regulated?

By Mike White of Martin & Co Lettings, Norwich The answer as always is “How long is a piece of string”, however, momentum is gathering and hopefully it won’t be too long in coming. In the meantime, NALS (the National … Continue reading

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Confidence returning to housing market – say developers Charles Church

By Jon Gibbs, sales director for Charles Church based in East Anglia Confidence is certainly returning to the housing DON’T Chamomile Low alligator meat Well about little salon my http://theyungdrungbon.com/cul/50g-viagra/ arrived end received, Source. Where http://worldeleven.com/where-does-ginseng-grow-in-pennsylvania.html something crunchy Brazilian frizzy … Continue reading

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It’s no to a “mansion supertax” – Norfolk agents

Deeply flawed, unfair and ridiculous – those were some of the words used by local estate agents to describe the Liberal Democrats’ idea of a new “mansion supertax.” Party leader Nick Clegg this week unveiled the idea of imposing a … Continue reading

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