Monthly Archives: October 2011

Just don’t mention the rugby…says our Aussie agent!

Written by Cameron Black. This week, director for Fine & Country Norfolk and north Suffolk, Cameron Black, discusses south Norfolk and in particular the new stand alone Fine & Country Diss office. Let’s get it out the way early on. … Continue reading

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Is the autumn market slowing?

Written by Nigel Steele. As we go into the autumn the market in Norfolk is following a more predictable course in the light of the current economic situation. It is not, however, all doom and gloom and we have experienced … Continue reading

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Colchester is coming to its senses

By Lesley Miller  New Business Manager Spicerhaart COMMENTATORS would have you believe that there is little in the way of activity outside of London. However, nothing could be further from the truth, especially in Colchester. At haart we have just … Continue reading

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Rollo Miles, of John D Wood Holland Park, on what to expect as 2011 ends

Traditionally as agents we always speak about the different selling seasons and how the property market works in annual cycles. Previously I would always say that September is a great month to sell, as people are back from their summer holidays … Continue reading

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Get double your money in the North?

  GET DOUBLE FOR YOUR MONEY IN THE NORTH A recent study has revealed that the typical house price in the south of England is now double that of a property in the north. The average asking price in the … Continue reading

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No room at the inn for Devon pet owners who rent

How far would you go to find somewhere to rent with your pet? Would you move to a different town away from friends and family or live in a caravan for up to a year? Research conducted by Dogs Trust … Continue reading

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Don’t hibernate – now is a great time to go house hunting

With the onset of autumn and the darker nights just around the corner, don’t be tempted to go into hibernation when it comes to house hunting – or indeed selling your home – says Dan Smethurst, manager of the March … Continue reading

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