Monthly Archives: October 2009

Opinion, opinion, opinion..

There is so much of it, are we in recession? Are we out of it? The stock market has pushed through the ‘5000’ barrier, will the recovery be a ‘double dip’? ‘ U shape’? ‘V shape’? or even a Nike … Continue reading

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The demand for properties

The demand for properties over the last few months has soared with confidence coming back to the market, lower interest rates and keener prices contributing towards a sharp upturn in fortunes for sellers in 2009. Going back to 2008 Rightmove … Continue reading

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The good news keeps coming

Have you seen the latest Nationwide and Halifax house price index? Yet more proof positive that the house market is alive and kicking. No one is trying to kid anyone that two isolated statistics provide conclusive evidence that the recession … Continue reading

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Forget the X Factor – What about the WOW Factor!

Is it me or is Christmas getting earlier every year? The X Factor is back on the telly so we must be coming up to Christmas….It only seems like yesterday that we were seeing in 2009 and all the uncertainty … Continue reading

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Jump in, the waters warm!

The past 18 months have been a veritable roller coaster ride for both sellers and landlords alike, the tightening of mortgage loans and depleted equities have dealt each a similarly paralysing blow. But the housing market, as with all markets … Continue reading

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Too many opinions and not enough answers!

We all have periods in our lives when all we want is a simple answer on what to do, and yet what do we get? A rather large headache and not much else. Since the start of the credit crunch … Continue reading

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NAEA comments on latest CML figures

Following the publication of the latest CML figures, National Association of Estate Agents chief executive, Peter Bolton King, said: “The pick up in house purchase activity reaffirms our views that the market is making slow but steady steps to recovery. … Continue reading

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