With restrictions being extended for at least another month, at Watsons we continue to do everything possible to keep you and our team safe. We have been following the Government’s sector-specific guidance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and our staff continue to take the safety of our customers and the Watsons team very […]
There is plenty of property news this week, so here’s a quick-read summary of the key points for you, plus our hot tip for maximising the sale potential of your own property.
It’s a common fact that spring is generally seen as one of the best times to sell a property. This is due to the bright daylight and increased sunlight hours, which make your home more visually appealing, in addition to people having more time on their hands and clearer schedules to be flexible for house viewings. Here are our top three tips for preparing your property for sale this spring.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on house building, the government has said.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to deliver his Budget on Wednesday 3 March but already a number of measures in his statement to MPs have been trailed in advance.
On 25 February the Guild of Property Professionals published its latest market report including an in-depth look at the market in our region.
The stamp duty holiday has helped bring housing transactions to the highest level since the financial crisis in 2007, the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) has found.
Average house prices across the UK rose 8.5% in the year to December 2020, the latest data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has found.
For many of us winter brings thoughts of warm fires, a thick layer of snow and lazy days in wrapped in a duvet. But if your home is on the market this winter how do you cope with the reality of pouring rain and chilly winds.
Asking prices for first-time buyer homes are rising the most across the country, new research by property portal Rightmove has found.