Monthly Archives: March 2011

Use your estate agent for sound advice

By Donna Barrett-Smith of Gilson Bailey estate agents in Norwich When buying or selling there is no substitute for taking sound advice from experienced and qualified professionals. If you’re looking to purchase there are endless websites offering mortgage and This … Continue reading

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What will Easter bring for the property market?

By Ken Shipman, of Shipmans estate agents in Norwich Easter is around the corner and traditionally the housing market swings into action as thoughts change to a different house after the gloom and dark nights of winter. Well the last … Continue reading

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Under the Hammer – auction advice

By Peter Hornor, chartered surveyor and auctioneer with Brown & Co As I said in the past, we always worry about what level of response we will get from our auction advertising and with commentators denigrating the sales market at … Continue reading

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Archant’s Relaunched Today

Archant, the UK’s largest independently owned regional media businesses, today announced that they have re-launched their property channel, now powered by the leading property search and information business, Zoopla. The new-look property channel now includes many unique search … Continue reading

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What impact does the lack of supply have on house prices?

By Nick Taylor of Hadley Taylor in Norwich I have commented recently about the lack of good quality housing stock coming onto the market of late and the impact this has on buyers wishing to move into the area. But … Continue reading

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Persimmon profits up bucking national trend

By Caroline Culot, property correspondent It made the national news today that Persimmon Homes, which has a regional office based in Lowestoft, seems to be bucking the trend, announcing pre tax profits up from £78m to £154 m. It also built more … Continue reading

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The not so busy death watch beetle….

By Frank Davey If you live in a house without oak or elm timbers, or one which is modern, it is unlikely that you are host to death watch beetle. If your property is older and has hardwood timbers it … Continue reading

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