What are your big plans this year? Fitness, wealth, travel, something else? Change is always in the air when January arrives.
We’re entering 2023 on the back of quite a ride. Lockdowns, Brexit, empty shelves, four prime ministers, working from home, strikes, inflation, and geopolitical turmoil – it’s all been very real.… → continue reading
After the clocks go back and the nights start earlier, viewings at your home happen in a whole new light.
Most buyers will come for their first look in the evening on their way home from work, so instead of letting the sunshine in to make your rooms feel bright, autumn and winter are all about turning up the cosy.… → continue reading
Even though many lenders lowered their mortgage rates last week, we all face a bumpy road ahead.
The media is battling it out to write the scariest headlines of an imminent price crash and soaring interest rates, but there isn’t a newspaper, market analyst or financial expert who knows the future of the property market.… → continue reading
It doesn’t always work out with your first choice of estate agent.
Perhaps things went well at first, but viewings are now thin on the ground. Maybe you sense your agent’s initial enthusiasm has begun to cool. Or you could be wondering if your home was overvalued at the start, particularly if you’re being pressed for a hefty price reduction now.… → continue reading
One minute estate agents are running out of homes; the next, you’re told the market is running out of steam. What are you supposed to believe?
According to Rightmove, prices are up year-on-year by 8.2% but down month-on-month by 1.3% (prices usually fall in August, and this year’s drop mirrors the average of 1.3% over the last decade.)… → continue reading