Is there a time when you shouldn’t make an offer on a house you want to buy?
Despite the chaos of Brexit things seem quite positive.
Emotional time after tenants hands back keys to property after 29 happy years.
Whether it is work doing refurbishment and modernisation work on an empty property.
A few simple things to consider when trying to sell or rent a property in adverse weather conditions.
Chance to purchase the last house in this sought after development.
Tips for you to consider before marketing your home for sale.
Looking forward to a busy 2019. If the politicians don’t get too involved.
An oversight on what has happened this year and a prediction for what we can expect in the housing market for 2019.
A brief insight in to out fabulous lettings department.
Looking at the benefits and pitfalls of either living in the town or country.
An extremely rare chance to buy some land in Leigh on Sea
The latest Rightmove survey is out to see how happy you are in your home and local area. https://survey.vovici.com/se/450055DC2FC8910C
Make sure all your paperwork is up to date and readily available if you are thinking of selling.
With the children returning to school it’s time to refocus on selling houses and getting back to normality.
Nationally 5.9% of the land is built on (8.8% for England). In Southend, that figure is a whopping 65%.
In many industries, there is an adage which applies to this Venn diagram: If something is to be Cheap and Fast, it won’t be Good.
Something very rare is happening in Leigh on Sea that we haven’t seen for a good few years. There are actually quite a lot of properties for sale currently on the market.
A property goes on the market with an agent. It doesn’t sell so the vendors put it on with a different agent, drop the price by 5% or 10% and it sells.