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31/03/2021
 
Flyer magazine has recently had the opportunity to talk with Bradley Potter who started one of Woodbridge’s most successful new businesses in 2020 Potter’s Estate Agents. I caught up with Bradley as he is moving into larger... read more »
 
01/03/2021
 
The Dig is a historical novel by John Preston, (A former television critic for The Sunday Telegraph) first published in May 2007. The author John Preston was the nephew of one of the excavators at Sutton Hoo  (Peggy Piggott) who became aware of ... read more »
 
01/02/2021
 
Covid 19 and technology have been a catalyst for change in the property market.   According to the Office for National Statistics 46.4% of employees did some work from home last year.   Home working varies according&... read more »
 
01/01/2021
 
When it comes to marketing your property have you ever thought why some estate agents seem to be growing faster than others?   Selling your property used to be straight forward, however with the stamp duty holiday the press... read more »
 
01/12/2020
 
TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO CAPTURE THE CURRENT MARKET CONDITIONS       If you want to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday, pause, and work the clock backwards.   With the average time to accept an offer taking 34 days f... read more »
 
01/11/2020
 
The end of the Perfect Storm   According to Rightmove Properties with an IP12 postcode achieved an overall average price of £360,750 last year. (Oct19/Oct 20)   Most sales in the area during that time were of detached properties,... read more »
 
30/09/2020
 
Why we must thank our schools for House Prices New figures from the Department for Education (DfE) show that house prices are 8% higher near the best-performing primary schools and 6.8% higher near the best performing secondary... read more »
 
01/09/2020
 
The local pound and property prices.   Have you ever wondered what happens to your cash when you spend it in Woodbridge? Well most of it (80-90%) leaves the town within hours, a lot will leave county the same day, and much will leave the UK &n... read more »
 
02/06/2020
 
Housing Market Re-Opens   The Government announced recently that the housing market was to resume. The lockdown resulted in 373,000 transactions worth £82 billion being put on hold with a substantial loss in Stamp Duty   Although i... read more »
 
11/05/2020
 
Working remotely from home over the last month has given me a lot of time to think about the future of the property, the impact of Covid 19 and my livelihood as an Estate Agent.   It is estimated that around 373,000 property transactions, with... read more »
 
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