Common Sense Attracts Buyers

Several predictable aspects of a property typically impress a buyer. Well-presented, quiet area, good repair, neat and tidy, pleasant sounds and smells, good neighbours, light and airy, spacious rooms, well-balanced accommodation, good flow, well-planted garden, convenient location, privacy, etc.. These preferences are not unique as most people tend to like the same things.   However,…

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New Year, New Lawn

When selling your property the positive impact of a good first impression cannot be overstated, and a good lawn is the obvious place to start. The fast and easy option to improve a very poor lawn is simply to returf it, using rolls of turf. Whilst more expensive than seeding, this does give instant results…

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Help us to help you!

Buyers often waste an inordinate amount of time viewing property that is either too expensive or blatantly wrong in other critical ways.    Additionally, more than 30% of property sales fall through due to buyer or seller suddenly changing their minds. Both these annoyances could be attributed to the agent not having gained a good…

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What landlords can expect in 2020

It seems hard to believe, but 2020 is nearly upon us. It’s been an interesting, if largely uneventful, year in property, with uncertainty caused by the Brexit delay keeping property transactions in check and largely stalling growth across the country. For Chelmsford landlords, there are some more key changes and amendments to letting legislation you…

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