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A Month to Remember

14 July 2021

Market Update | July 2021

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Wards Cheer England to the Euro 2021 Finals!

12 July 2021

After a very long and anxious wait, the Euros 2020 tournament finally reached its exciting climax last night and, whether you’re a football fan or not, you cannot help but feel the true English.

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The Pandemic Hasn't Dampened Gen Z's Plans to Buy

09 July 2021

Those of us from Generation Z are no strangers to the question, “Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?”. Some just don’t know but, according to retalor.com, 50% of Gen Z’s want to be.

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Is Now the Right Time to Sell? See How Many Active Buyers are in your Area!

08 July 2021

Wouldn’t it be amazing to know how many people are actively searching for their new home in your area?

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Why Waiting for the Market to Cool Might be the Wrong Decision

08 July 2021

With house prices on the rise, lots of buyers are holding off on their property searches in the hope that the market begins to cool but here’s why that might be a bad decision.

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How a Simple House Viewing Could End in Bank Fraud

06 July 2021

A couple up in the Highlands had the scare of their life recently when they fell victim to bank fraud, but they were left confused at how the culprit pulled it off.

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The Latest Delay to Normal

24 June 2021

Lettings Market Update | June 2021

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Big Changes to Right to Rent for EU, EEA and Swiss Citizens

23 June 2021

The process of checking the right to rent for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens will change after June 30th, but what does this mean?

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Generation Rent Look Set to Stay Put as Renting Now Cheaper than Buying a Home

22 June 2021

Despite the massive savings from the Stamp Duty Holiday and the introduction of the government’s 95% Mortgage Scheme, it seems Generation Rent might just be staying put a little longer as recent.

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Lack of Proper Management Set to Cause Eviction Problems as Ban Lifts

15 June 2021

At the end of May, the temporary six-month eviction notice was reduced to four months (a step towards its pre-Covid length of two months) and the government lifted their eviction ban, meaning.

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