Monthly Archives: October 2010

It’s action stations!

By Ian Harris, of Watsons in Norwich  October is the “scary” month, with darkly dressed individuals after you for whatever they can get!   ………………. Anyway, enough of the spending review! In 2010, buyers waited for the snow to clear, waited … Continue reading

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News on asking prices

By Ian Harris, of Watsons in Norwich Reports show that new asking prices jumped an astonishing 3.1pc over the last month! This follows last months hot news from the Halifax showing a 3.6pc fall in the average prices of properties … Continue reading

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How’s the buy to let market?

By Steve Pymm of Pymm & Co in Norwich With interest rates on your savings at an all time low, investors are now looking to alternative asset classes to achieve better returns. With the recent fall in house prices in … Continue reading

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What’s the future for the estate agent?

By Christopher Hall, of the Norwich & District Association of Estate Agents My view is that go ahead, forward thinking agents should be listening to their discerning clientele where top of their list nowadays seem to be transparency, approachability, a … Continue reading

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Speed up your sale for free….

By Ian Harris, of Watsons in Norwich After a deal has been agreed between a buyer and seller it often takes a few days to get going but there is no need for that delay.  Why not get your mortgage arranged … Continue reading

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Just how affordable is housing in the UK?

By Nick Taylor, of Hadley Taylor in Norwich Call me simple but I don’t buy this line about lack of affordability in the UK property market. The media and particularly the dear old BBC never stop going on about how … Continue reading

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Shapps calls for house price stability

Housing minister, Grant Shapps, at yesterdays Housing Market Intelligence conference in London called for house price stability to prevent generations being priced out of home ownership. Minister Shapps asserted that buying a property should not be seen as an investment … Continue reading

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