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    Woodley Craig Pearson

    6 days ago

    'Taxing' Time for the 10,809 Reading Buy To Let Landlords

    Over the last twenty years, there has been a shift in the way the Reading (and the UK's) property market works. In the 1960's, 70's, 80's and 90's, a large majority of twenty somethings saved up their 5% deposit, went without life's luxuries of going out and holidays etc., for a couple of years and then bought their first home with their hard earned savings.

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    Woodley Craig Pearson

    2 weeks ago

    What will happen to Reading property values if interest rates rise?

    The current average value of a propertyin Reading currently stands at £429,200 and the base rate is at 0.5%. In many ofmy articles, I talk about what is happening to property values over the shortterm (i.e. the last 12 months or the last 5 years), but to answer this questionwe need to go back over 40 years, to 1975.

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    TPFG

    2 weeks ago

    How to get your property ready for professional photos

    The way your home is presented in its marketing photographs is the most important element when aiming to drive buyer interest and create that ‘wow’ factor to get viewers through the door. We've put together some tips on how to take pictures to sell yo

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    TPFG

    1 month ago

    Top tips for first-time buyers

    Two of Parkers most experienced estate agents have put their heads together to come up with these top tips for first-time buyers to try and help you avoid any nasty surprises.

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    TPFG

    2 months ago

    How to choose the right estate agent

    Selling your home is all about decisions - and making the right ones at the right time. Choosing an estate agent is one of the most critical but with so many options available, where do you even start?

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    London & Country

    3 months ago

    What happens to my mortgage when I move home?

    If you're planning to move to a new property, it's important to understand your mortgage options and any possible extra charges you might face so you can factor these in to your moving costs. Here's what you need to know...

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    TPFG

    5 months ago

    Top 5 tips for getting your home ready for summer

    With the Beast from the East having moved on to it's next target, Britons are rightfully turning their attentions to the light evenings of spring. And with the chill subsiding, March can be a great time to spruce up the areas of your home...

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    Guest Blogger

    5 months ago

    Top ways to damp proof your property this year

    Sorting out damp issues in a property might not be top of your list of priorities to sort out this year, however, there are several reasons why it should be - especially if you are buying or selling a property.

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    TPFG

    7 months ago

    Preparing for GDPR: 7 steps to consider

    The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on May 25th 2018 and will almost certainly impact on how estate agencies collect key data from clients, whether it's in branch, on the phone or via portals.

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