Opinions are often divided between those who look for an older property and those who want a modern or brand new home. There are usually two types of buyers, those who will only consider a period home with character and those who prefer the low...

We are delighted to welcome Wesley to our Cromer office, having previously worked for Abbotts in the town. Wesley lives in Cromer and although he didn't follow his dad into the towns fishing industry he is a keen member of the RNLI lifeboat crew. Wesley's great experience...

Ian Harris, Associate and branch manager in our Norwich office has put together this useful article for those looking to purchase their first home...

If you are thinking about letting a property, it is worth spending some time before searching for a tenant getting the property ready for the rental market. It is important that tenants should feel happy about their home and perceive the property as value for...

New research by Direct Line for Business has revealed property service charges are rising rapidly with a third of management companies increasing fees in the last two years. The average service charge paid by leaseholders is now £1863, with new build properties commanding a higher charge of £2777....

If you have purchased a newly built home you are probably expecting it to be finished perfectly and covered by a 10 year guarantee. Unfortunately, many new homes do have issues which buyers become aware of after moving in. By hiring a Chartered Surveyor to carry...

There is no one size fits all approach to setting and managing service charges, which is why we build bespoke packages to suit the property blocks we manage. We understand no one likes to pay more than they have to, so we work hard to...

If you look at recent history, in 1981 private renting bottomed out just 9% of households renting from a private landlord.  Since then this figure has doubled to a current figure of 18%.  Whilst this is concerning to some, it is much lower than has...

As of 1st April people buying second homes, including buy-to-let investors will pay three percentage points above previous rates across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The changes will mean a bill on a £250,000 home increases from £2,500 to £10,000. The aim is to provide a...

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