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Latest news at David James Estate Agents in Bromley
Just like many other estate agents up and down the land David James are reporting excellent sales figures. It might come as a surprise to many, given what’s happening in the world, but it’s true – buyers are buying.
Undoubtedly, this in part is due to with the Stamp Duty holiday that the Chancellor introduced. Still, in our opinion, it’s also the fact that so many...
For every residential property resale, an average of £9,559 is added to the UK economy. That is an estimated £6bn added to the UK economy so far this year.
In Bromley there were 1161 sales in the last twelve months contributing £11,097,999 to this figure
On average £5,400 is spent on renovations and new household goods, £3,100 on estate agency and legal...
Choosing the right estate agent in Bromley is key to you being happy when you come to selling your home.
Moving home is a stressful time, and we won’t lie – it can be hectic. There are so many things to do, so many plans to make, and then there’s the number crunching to do.
It can be a tough time, even though you know that at the end of it you’ll be starting a new...
Demand levels and sales activity remain buoyant in the UK housing market. Rightmove report agreed sales were up 50% in October, with properties selling (sold SSTC), in just 49 days, 15 days faster than a year ago.
In Bromley the Median time a property is taking to go under offer is 58 days (source home.co.uk)
Buyer demand across England was 49% higher year-on-year during the first six...
There are a number of reasons people become residential landlords. Often, it’s because someone wants to do more with their savings and sees property as a sound investment with a regular income. It might also be that a person becomes an accidental landlord after inheriting a property or moving into a house with a partner.
Here are seven things to think about when becoming a landlord.