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David James is your source for all the latest news on the UK property industry including the latest trends, house prices and valuations, ideas to help you sell your home, and tips for landlords. Whether you're buying, selling, renting, or looking to let out your home, you'll find useful information on this page.

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Latest news at David James Estate Agents in Bromley

Latest News: What’s Happening in the UK Property Market And so, we are at the end of February already, and what a busy month we have had at David James.
When you’re renting out your property in Bromley, you want to get things right. After all, it’s your property, and you want to ensure it is going to be looked after and that the rent is going to be paid. It’s a business, and you don’t want any interruptions to occupancy. So, to help you, our experienced team at David James have come up with eight questions that you...
There are so many different tasks to take care of when selling your home in Bromley, from getting all the paperwork done to packing your old home up, to finding the right estate agent to help you sell it. Just when you think you’ve got everything covered, you find something else that needs taking care of.  Selling a property requires some effort on your part! After all your hard...
When you put your property on the market, you put your trust in us – the experts you have chosen. We have the details, we know your expectations, and our aim is to get you moving as soon as possible. Sometimes, different agents will come to other prices and of course, there are reasons for this, such as an estate agent simply trying to win your business or perhaps a different level of...
First-time buyer purchases fell by -13% in 2020, the result of a closed housing market in spring and stricter mortgage lending. First-time buyer transactions recovered in the second half of the year, down just -2% on the same period in 2019. The average price paid by a UK first-time buyer in 2020 was £256,057, a 10% annual increase. Deposits also increased, the average first-time...

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