Monthly Archives: May 2012

A market snapshot from Miles Meacock of Strutt & Parker

A focus on Notting Hill Notting Hill is defined by an eclectic mix of people, a broad range of property and a density of wonderful private communal garden squares found nowhere else in the Royal Borough. Its popularity is down … Continue reading

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Getting ready for auction.

Written by Caroline Culot. With the next Auction House sale coming up next Thursday, May 31, chartered surveyor and auction manager Robert Hurst, pictured right, comments on the market and what to expect. “In April there were 139 auctions across … Continue reading

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Why we want to buy in Norfolk and stay here, by Ivor Newman

Written by Ivor Newman. I believe we live in the best city which is in the best county and in the best country in the world. I am basing this on the fact that millions of people would like to … Continue reading

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‘We don’t just sell houses’, says Brown & Co partner Andrew Fundell.

Written by Andrew Fundell. The EDP Property supplement would not be the regular place that an Agricultural Business Consultant would be expected to write a blog.  However, the fact is that the majority of our clients do have a residential interest … Continue reading

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Collette Hanlon looks at multi-tasking spaces.

Written by Collette Hanlon. Over the last few years, we at Home Stagers have noticed a definite increase in “family rooms” in new developments and renovated properties. Typically, these rooms are kitchen, breakfast, dining, living rooms and,by default, have a … Continue reading

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If you want to move, now is the time, says Steve Pymm after his trip to London for a special meeting….

Written by Steve Pymm. One of the best ways of really getting to know what is going on in the property market is to talk to a good and well-respected estate agent who is working in the market day after … Continue reading

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The real cost of lining an empty nest.

Written by Caroline Culot. The market is such that it is now common place for parents or sometimes even grandparents or other relatives to help youngsters in the family (in fact often not so young now) to get onto the … Continue reading

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