Month: December 2014

Great Way To End The Year!

Well December’s not quite over but we are delighted to bring you a round up of some massive achievements that we have enjoyed over recent weeks. I don’t want to ramble on about everything we have achieved this year, but as a relatively new, family owned and run estate agent in Rugby, these milestones show that we are growing, evolving, and more importantly giving our clients a great level of service and getting results for them.

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Right Price Right Time? Tips For Valuing

The hardest part of putting a home up for sale may just be determining the right price for it. A lot of people want to sell their properties for a price similar to what they paid for it, or maybe they want something that balances out their mortgage. However, the reality of the situation is much different. The price for your home is not determined by you, but by the market. Before even putting up a listing for your home and thinking about viewings and buyers, it’s important to do your research and see what the market has to say.

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The Stamp Duty Reform 2014 Explained

Last week, George Osbourne surprised us all by creating a huge shake-up to the way Stamp Duty works in the UK. As an estate agent I have been lobbying for a change in the stamp duty rules for some time so we’re thrilled about the changes.

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Chancellor George Osborne yesterday in his Autumn statement was either entering into the seasonal spirit by providing hard pressed home buyers with an early Christmas present, with a long overdue overhaul of Stamp Duty or it was a smart political manoeuvre with one eye on the forthcoming general election in May 2015! As it is almost Christmas- the season of goodwill to all men and I am not a cynical political commentator, I think I best give him the benefit of any doubt!

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