Monthly Archives: April 2012

Help For Landlords As Government Sends Flooding Insurance Soaring

  The Association of British Insurers has recently claimed that as many as 200,000 homes may not be covered against the risk of flooding in their insurance as of July 2013, leading to potentially costly problems when storms hit. The … Continue reading

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Commercial versus Residential Use

The most exciting prospect for Mayfair and the West End over the next decade is the continued reversion of commercial buildings back into residential use. Although a new threat for residential property is Westminster City Council’s consultation document; “City Management … Continue reading

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Annie Benton gets a new request at her homes and gardens shop – a wedding list.

 Written by Annie Benton. How the year has raced by, already more than a quarter through the year, quite scary really, but given the reverse of the clocks, the day seems a lot longer giving us more time for work … Continue reading

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Sheron Harley discusses how crucial the valuation of your home is.

 Written by Sheron Harley. Once you have decided it is the right time to sell your property, the next important step is the value of your home.  The correct valuation of a property is paramount to achieving a successful sale. … Continue reading

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The market is buoyant despite the weather says Nigel Steele.

Written by Nigel Steele. The early spring sunshine that we saw before easter really helped to kick off the market with one of the earliest starts that I can remember. Unfortunately over easter we experienced typical bank holiday weather which … Continue reading

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Puddles are fun aren’t they? Frank Davey discusses

Written by  Frank Davey. It’s not only our youngest who enjoys splashing in puddles, if the truth be known I can sometimes be persuaded to join in and with the recent April showers there have been plenty of opportunities. My … Continue reading

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Could be time to think about fixing your rate

By Adam Aiken, editor of MyMoney24 THE news on the mortgage front has become a little gloomier in recent weeks, with the first signs that mortgage rates are on their way up, even though the Bank of England base rate … Continue reading

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