Welcome to October’s Newsletter

Welcome to October’s Newsletter

Seven Secrets for Selling Your Home So you’ve instructed your agent and your home is up for sale. Now, you’re waiting impatiently for a flood of viewers who will fall for its charms and be keen to put in an offer as soon as possible. That may or may not happen,...
Welcome to August’s Newsletter

Welcome to August’s Newsletter

NEWS: Moving out One month on and everyone in politics, on TV and in the media has stopped talking endlessly about the European referendum. Thank goodness for that! Unfortunately, they’re now talking endlessly about Brexit — and chances are they won’t stop...
Welcome to July’s Newsletter

Welcome to July’s Newsletter

NEWS: Heading for the door marked ‘Brexit’ Seismic. A political earthquake. Unprecedented. In the early hours of 24 June, the superlatives started to fly as it became clear that the British public had voted to leave the European Union. The political...
Welcome to June’s Newsletter

Welcome to June’s Newsletter

NEWS: Referendum time Brexit, we have been told, could cause a variety of problems, the biggest of which (by some margin) is World War Three. On the other hand, it has also been suggested that staying in the EU would be tantamount to appeasing Hitler. Yes: we’ve...
Welcome to May’s Newsletter

Welcome to May’s Newsletter

NEWS: Rules and regulations It’s been a turbulent time for the rental industry of late, with new rules coming into force that could make a significant impact on the market. The recent additional 3% stamp duty on second homes, for instance, has been followed by a...
Welcome to April’s Newsletter

Welcome to April’s Newsletter

NEWS: Did George blow his budget? It’s probably fair to say that George Osborne’s budget wasn’t a resounding success. In fact, there was so much fall-out from it — namely the Iain Duncan-Smith resignation — that it was easy to forget that some of...
Welcome to March’s Newsletter

Welcome to March’s Newsletter

Crowd controlled: Budget 2016 Oh joy: it’s that time of the year again when the Chancellor of the Exchequer stands up at the dispatch box in the House of Commons to announce his Budget. Which means that this month — on 16 March, to be precise — we’ll know...