Monthly Archives: January 2013

Mind your language

Estate agents must be mindful about what they say as Zoe Noyes, senior associate of Carter Jonas, who leads the national property consultancy’s new homes sales in Peterborough and Cambridge, explains When it comes to describing property or land for … Continue reading

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Developers can sometimes attract criticism, but they contribute much to the community we live in says Edward Parker

 Written by Edward Parker. Most developments are subject to what are called Section 106 contributions, sums individually calculated by the local council and used to pay for facilities in the local area. These can include libraries, education and play equipment … Continue reading

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Don’t stray over your boundaries, advises mediation expert David Hooper.

Written by David Hooper. Good fences make good neighbours. Or you could say clear boundaries make for good neighbour relationships; and badly-defined boundaries make for nothing but trouble. When property is sold it is usually identified by a plan, frequently … Continue reading

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Don’t disregard a house just because it’s a bit quirky, says Mark Talbot

Written by Mark Talbot I read an article recently about vegetarians that talked about the trials they face when searching for a suitable spouse. Apparently, vegetarians tie the knot on average 7.3 years later than their meat-eating cousins. I dated … Continue reading

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M’s the word for Savills’ head of residential Louis de Soissons

Written by Louis de Soissons. Join Louis de Soissons, director and head of residential at Savills Norwich, on a tour of the A-Z of property, stopping on the way to examine just a few of the many features from the … Continue reading

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Cozens-Hardy solicitors sponsors EDP property supplement

By Philippa Rudd, a principal at Cozens-Hardy solicitors in Norwich I’ve had the pleasure of writing a regular Homes24column for the past seven years, covering a wide range of legal issues and topics that surround the buying and selling of … Continue reading

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Mortgage lending – it’s on the up!

It appears that the Bank of England’s Funding for Lending scheme, which launched in July, is finally starting to make an impact on the mortgage market. Recent figures from The Council of Mortgage Lenders reveal a 14 per cent jump … Continue reading

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