In line with latest Government’s guidelines on home moving, the housing market remains open, and all our offices continue to operate. Health and safety remains our main priority, and we continue to follow a number of strict measures to protect our customers and staff. More information

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08/07/2020

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces temporary increase to stamp duty threshold

Chancellor Rishi Sunak today confirmed an immediate rise in the stamp duty threshold to £500,000, in a fresh bid to stimulate the housing market following the coronavirus lockdown.

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07/07/2020

What does Coronavirus mean for first time buyers?

Were you planning on buying your first home this year but now don’t know where you stand? Read our guide on what coronavirus means for first-time buyers.

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21/05/2020

Covid-19 Guidance

On 13th May 2020, the government updated their guidance on home moving in England during the Covid-19 outbreak, allowing those who wish to move home to now able to do so.

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16/03/2020

Renting in 2020 – things landlords need to know

Landlords who stay on top of everything are the ones who generally get ahead. So, now we’re well into 2020, what are the major things landlords need to know?

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11/03/2020

World Earth Day: How to make your property more sustainable

Sustainability is more important than ever. Check out our tips on how to be eco-friendly at home.

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09/03/2020

Five property turn-offs to avoid when selling your home

If you’re thinking of selling your home, make sure your property isn't turning offs buyers with these five common mistakes...

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03/03/2020

Burghfield Common: Your ultimate area guide

Our area guide of everything you need to know about living in Burghfield Common, from shops and restaurants to nearby schools.

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02/03/2020

Five do's and don'ts for first time buyers

There are plenty of things you definitely should do as a first-time buyer, but also a lot of things you definitely shouldn’t. Here are five do’s and five don’ts when you’re buying a home for the first time…

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24/02/2020

How much do you really need to save for a house deposit?

Saving enough money to buy your first home isn't simple, but if you’re determined to save a healthy deposit, take a look at this guide explaining how much you will need and how to go about it.

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21/02/2020

Chinnor: Your ultimate area guide

Our area guide of everything you need to know about living in Chinnor, from shops and restaurants to nearby schools.

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17/02/2020

The first time renter's checklist - 5 things you need to do

Renting for the first time can be a daunting prospect. It pays to get organised before embarking on your search for your first rental property. Here’s everything you need to do before you start…

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16/01/2020

OK ‘Reading’ Boomer Reading House Prices Have Risen by 152% as a Proportion of Household Income Since 1980

Have the Baby Boomers (people between the ages of 55yo to 75yo) messed things up for the Millennials in terms of getting on the Reading property ladder? They bought their own council houses in the 80’s and 90’s, meaning there are no affordable homes for today’s youngsters, thus d...

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