Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rent if you can’t sell, says Mustafa Madar of Haart Residential Lettings

Homeowners struggling to sell their properties in tough market conditions and anxious to move should not feel despondent. Many property sellers are now deciding that rather than waiting to find a buyer and secure a realistic price for their property, … Continue reading

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Nik Dennis of Marsh & Parsons on why it is boom time for landlords

As we move into the spring and summer months, the lettings market is certainly increasing in activity and pace, heralding good news for landlords. After a steady start to 2011, tenants searching for rental property had a reasonable level of … Continue reading

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Why you should move to a Victorian or Edwardian property?

Beautiful stained glass windows with intricate and colourful designs, grand, ornate features and styling that took inspiration from the Arts and Crafts movement can all be found in Victorian or Edwardian properties. These homes with high ceilings and staircases that … Continue reading

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Don’t be nervous about discussing mortgages, says The Cambridge

In my role as a personal mortgage adviser, I frequently come across people who are nervous about discussing mortgages, says David Radcliffe of The Cambridge building society. Often people let this get in the way of them obtaining the best … Continue reading

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Thinking about selling your home? As our independent property expert Simon English reveals here, the devil is all in the detail…

details that could mean the difference between a speedy and stress-free sale and a property that languishes forlornly on the market for a long period of time – sending signals to your prospective purchasers that there might be something wrong … Continue reading

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Auction Report

Graham Penny Auctions had a busy April property auction sale where 73 lots had been entered, a majority of which sold and in certain cases strong bidding competition was in evidence. Amongst the principal lots, The Old School, Lower Road, … Continue reading

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Joy Hales, Derbyshire Life and Countryside

Amanda Sowter and Chris Brown are delighted to have joined forces in a new residential property lettings agency in Derby. Their new offices are just off Chester Green at Wheeldon House on Prime Park Way, which is easily accessible and … Continue reading

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