Monthly Archives: April 2010

The market today is a good and stable place

I could at this point regurgitate an abundance of stats about market trends and predictions, (as anyone who has sat next to me at a diner party can unfortunately vouch for) but stats are only derived by as a result … Continue reading

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Liberal Democrats plan up to £14,000 increase on house tax.

The party, riding high in the opinion polls, wants to get rid of the exemption from VAT on newly built properties. It says it will bring a tax of ‘at least five per cent’ although it has previously suggested it … Continue reading

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Election Fever!

As election fever builds, so does buying fever for hot properties, says Matthew Bennett, founder and director of innovative and leading local internet-based estate agents Orchid. His advice to those thinking of putting their house on the market is – … Continue reading

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THE COSTA DEL SOL

Much has been written about the housing market in Spain and of course The Costa del Sol. With an office in the heart of the Costa del Sol, Raine International has up to date information about the local area and … Continue reading

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Mr Brown called for an Election

At last Mr Brown has called for a General Election. Historically, in estate agency, we have found that leading up to an election can be a bit of a hit and miss affair.  A time when people are unsure about … Continue reading

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The election is looming

Well, the election is looming and we all have to decide between bad, worse or terrible! The truth is that it will probably make no difference which way we vote as  the country is still in more debt than Portsmouth … Continue reading

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Forthcoming general election – Some destabilizing effects.

There has been much talk about what effect the forthcoming general election is going to have on the property market and in simple terms it will undoubtedly have some destabilizing effects. In view of the positive impact that a healthy … Continue reading

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