Monthly Archives: March 2012

Co-owning property – consider the future to protect your share

By HELEN JAMES of  Barr Ellison Solicitors No one can predict the future, but when it comes to jointly purchasing a property it is best to consider what you would want to happen to your property should your co-ownership come to … Continue reading

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Priming the pump with Perrier class property

By Paul Norton partner and head of residential sales, Carter Jonas Peterborough While not quite at the standpipe in the street stage, there are uncanny parallels to be drawn in the eastern region between the lack of rain so far … Continue reading

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Taylor Wimpey boasts a five-star service

  Taylor Wimpey, which builds new homes across theEast Midlands, has been awarded the maximum five star-rating for customer satisfaction in an independent survey by the Home Builders’ Federation (HBF).   The UK-wide survey from the HBF is sent to … Continue reading

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I Am The Agent’s Rebecca Peach on Becoming an Accidental Landlord

The term ‘accidental landlord’ has become extremely common throughout theUnited Kingdomin recent years. Accidental landlords are defined as those who have attempted to sell their property for some time without having much success. In these circumstances, some will choose to … Continue reading

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Time to say goodbye

By Tom Orford, from Savills in Ipswich  Asked to name their least favourite month of the year, there are probably few people who would not plump for the one to which we have just bade a less than fond farewell: … Continue reading

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What’s in store for spring? Alastair Brown discusses

Written by Alastair Brown. Spring is one of the busiest times for the residential property market, and with the season almost upon us, we at Strutt & Parker take stock of what is in store in the coming weeks. House … Continue reading

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The market is not as bad as some may think says Jan Hytch

Written by Jan Hytch. Well, it seems the start to 2012 hasn’t been as shabby as some would have predicted.  According to Nationwide, house prices were up 0.6pc in February on the previous month, with a rise in activity partially … Continue reading

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