Monthly Archives: June 2010

Commercial Property Market Overview

The commercial property market follows the wider economy closely so there has been a slow but marked improvement since the second half of 2008. The recovery has remained quite fragile and the decisions of the new government will have an … Continue reading

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How will the housing market be affected by the arrival of a new govenment?

Here at the top end of the market, we have been weighing up how the policies likely to be announced on the 22nd of June will affect our clients. Whilst the ditching of the Lib Dem plans for an annual … Continue reading

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Summer Time!

With half term over and the start of the school exams, a lot of people thinking of selling may feel that the housing market is getting to ready to close down for the summer and nothing will happen until September. … Continue reading

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Positive turn in the property market

Geoffrey Matthew Estates are delighted to see a positive turn in the property market this year, writing some of the companies best figures into this second quarter. I hope I speak on behalf of all local estate agents that there … Continue reading

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HIP suspension welcome news for housing market

The government’s recent decision to suspend Home Information Packs is good news for the housing market, according to local estate agency William H Brown in Welwyn Garden City. The move, which is effective from Friday 21 May and means that … Continue reading

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Fantastic news for home sellers with the suspension of HIPS!

I am sure most home sellers are relieved with the suspension of HIPs, which in turn will lead to a frenzy of properties coming to the market; meaning more choice for buyers and more competition for sellers. Countrywide have released … Continue reading

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The election has passed, HIPS are history and the sun is shinning, day to day life is returning to normal.

Investors are dipping their toes back into the water – and with good reason! If your fortunate enough to have a few quid in the bank it will not have gone unnoticed that there is no interest to be earned … Continue reading

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