Autumn Leaves us Guessing

Nathan Jackman-Smith, Director of Hereford Office, assesses the property market as we ease towards autumn. Before we know where we are it will be autumn – ‘Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’, as John Keats put it. But for many this coming autumn, the mists of Brexit may eventually be lifted and we may...

Lets DEAL!

Nathan Jackman-Smith, Director of Jackson Property looks at the two basic questions really worth asking when it comes to selling your home. Estate agents or online-only wannabes offer cut-price commission rates to tempt sellers, and the press bombards the public with alarming commentary on falling prices, the Brexit effect and the state of the...

Legals of buying your first home

We all aspire to buying our own homes and putting down roots at some stage of our lives and often that will coincide with making a longer term commitment to a partner. But just how does the legal process of buying our first home work? Budgeting for the purchase and all the associated costs...

Who’d be an Estate Agent?!

Nathan Jackman-Smith, Director explains what being an estate agent really means. Some people think our job is easy. They think that property just sells itself. That a buyer or tenant appears from nowhere, loves a house or flat and agrees to buy it – just like that. Some think the sale then speeds effortlessly...

Mayfair Office Marketing

It’s good to have friends in the right places! 🤝 Tomorrow, Thursday 18th of April, we have our Mayfair Office Day, which allows us to showcase your property to thousands of London and Home County buyers looking to move!.🏡 With 300 UK offices plus over 150 more around the world, you can rest easy...

Reading the Market – Brexit Comment

Nathan Jackman-Smith, Director of Hereford reflects on a property market affected by Brexit and uncertainty, but showing some clear signs of resilience. It has been a trying two years since the Brexit referendum. No market likes uncertainty, and the property market is no exception. It is hard to think of an event in recent memory...

Airbnb mortgage rules: your questions answered

Hosts have been welcoming guests into their homes via Airbnb since 2008 and the impact on the UK economy is growing. Last year, for example, Airbnb listings reached 168,000 in the UK and generated an estimated £3.46 billion boost to the economy from a combination of extra income for host households and increased visitor...

 
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