Author: nicholas cheshire

A Personal, bespoke estate agency based in Essex

Complete guide – How to get your home sold 2019-2020. PART I.

So, in this series of blog posts I am going to talk you through how to get your property sold in the current market. Now, something I need to make clear. If you are wanting to move, take the next step in your property journey there is no good or bad time. Providing the numbers … Read more

Where do the Parties Stand on Housing

Housing could be the one of the most important issues in the election, so where do the main parties stand? In an election which threatens to be dominated by Brexit other issues are struggling for oxygen, but housing could turn out to be the most important of them all. It affects each of us, whether … Read more

Shared ownership

It is no secret that there currently seems to be a development creeping in every corner of our back garden – from Southend Seafront, to Maylons Farm in Hullbridge; Hall Road in Rochford, to Rawreth Lane in Rayleigh. There are literally thousands of homes going up as I write this. There is a ton of … Read more

Billericay October Property Market Update

By Leanne Tarrant Its that time again! marketing update! i cannot believe we are in October already! We are all interested to know what is happening with the current market, and how it could be effecting us. So here it is! According to Zoopla, in the past 12 months, there have been 167 transactions completed … Read more

Basildon October Property Market Update

By Leanne Tarrant I just thought I would write market update. Basildon is becoming more and more desirable. The transport links are great, the town centre is going through a makeover, and it is becoming a better place to live. What’s been happening with the market, though?  According to Zoopla, in the past 12 months, … Read more

Hullbridge – October Property market update

October market update. So I thought I would start by giving a general market update on Hullbridge, naturally because of the size and location of the village it has it own little ‘micro-market’ and unfortunately cannot be compared to Rayleigh or Hockley, which both tend to have slightly higher asking prices. But when we look … Read more

Tips for First Time Buyers.

1) How to start. How and where to start can often be a daunting task. There is advice everywhere and often contradicts each other. Mum and dad, or other relative often “want” to help, however can often (so I witness) take over the process and end up often telling you what to do, rather then … Read more

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