There is a market, I’ve agreed eight deals in the past three months and if buyers and sellers are pragmatic then people can move. I’ve exchanged on 16 properties this year and have three in solicitors hands at this moment. Not everything is plain sailing though. One client has pulledContinue Reading

With Brexit and a General Election looming both buyers and sellers are concerned about what to do. We’re in something of a buyers market at present with those prepared and bold enough to snag a deal able to pick and choose. Of course not all sellers recognise the new marketContinue Reading

Their son James is self-employed and unable to get a mortgage so mum and dad Pam & Keith are taking out a 40 year mortgage to help him to buy a home. I have some problems with this as I explained to Peter White via LuciLive whilst on holiday inContinue Reading

Persimmon, the UK’s second biggest volume housebuilder announced half year results. Turnover of £1.75bn and profits of £500m were both down slightly as was the number of homes built in the first 6 months as the Company said that it was concentrating on improving the quality of their homes afterContinue Reading

In what might be just a mis-speak the Chancellor Sajid Javid is said to have suggested in the Times that “he was looking at various options when asked about stamp duty reforms including reversing liability from those buying property to those selling.” Personally, I doubt that he is – it’sContinue Reading