Monthly Archives: February 2011

Garrington Monthly Market Review – January 2011

During the early weeks of 2011 the market has given out mixed signals. Accordingly we are focusing attention this month on those factors driving demand for, and prices of, UK property that are likely to shape market characteristics for the … Continue reading

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Are the new crime maps going to help sell your home?

By Archant property correspondent Caroline Culot So, what do people think about the new crime maps? Will they have any impact on buying or selling properties, I wonder? Agents (see the blog by Alastair Brown from Strutt & Parker) are … Continue reading

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Six new member agents join N&DAEA

By Nick Eley, chairman of the N&DAEA and a partner at Watsons in Norwich It is almost a year since I took over as Chairman of the Norwich & District Association of Estate Agents with one of the objectives being … Continue reading

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How to protect your assets – especially from care costs

By Christopher Hall of the Mortgage Advice Bureau in Norwich Since its early days for the lenders to come forward with plans for the year ahead I thought I would start with another subject strongly related to what I usually … Continue reading

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Tips on selling at auction

Chartered Surveyor Peter Hornor of Brown & Co in Norwich continues his column on property auctions and focuses this week on vendors and what they need to consider if they are to have a chance of success at auction, or … Continue reading

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The Local Development Framework explained

 By Tony Abel, managing director of Abel Homes in Norfolk Something you come across a great deal as a house builder is the LDF, and this is something which impacts on all our lives.  Those three important letters stand for … Continue reading

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Got a legal dilemma? Your questions answered

By Philippa Rudd, a principal at Cozens-Hardy solicitors in Norwich I am buying a large property and if we do not manage to complete the purchase until after 6th April this year, I will have to pay stamp duty land … Continue reading

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