• Posted: May 13, 2020
    Categories: Blog

    Breaking News- Government Re-Opens The Housing Market

    From Sam and Laura at Newton & Co The housing market has now re-opened, and we are now able to resume viewings, and help people to carry out their moving plans. With so many buyers and sellers waiting for lockdown to end, we expect an initial surge of requests. This will really help to kickstart […]

  • Posted: May 10, 2020
    Categories: Blog

    Sunday Update on the Current Situation for Buyers and Sellers

    From Sam and Laura at Newton & Co Although we are waiting for specific guidelines from the Housing Minister, Chris Pincher, we wanted to give you an update on what we know right now, and how it might affect your moving plans. This way, you can make an informed decision going forward. At the time […]

  • Posted: May 1, 2020
    Categories: Blog

    Preparing to sell your home- GETTING READY TO MOVE

    With the property market showing some signs of re-opening, now is the time to get ready to make sure you’re prepared for selling your home, and moving on. Over the past few weeks, house viewings have not been possible. But don’t worry – your estate agent will have been taking registrations of interest from people […]

  • Posted: April 12, 2020
    Categories: Blog

    Selling your home in an uncertain time-WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW RIGHT NOW

    Are you buying or selling a home right now? Or planning to? Feeling concerned and anxious about what’s going to happen with the housing market over the coming months? Maybe you’re feeling uncertain about what you should be doing and wondering what you can do to mitigate any risk to your financial security. We are […]

  • Posted: October 9, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    Is Over Valuing A Problem When Selling Your Home?

    Is over valuing a problem when selling your home? The answer is simple … YES! Since the birth of Rightmove and the growth of the internet, information about property in general has become very easy to obtain. For a buyer this information can be powerful when entering into negotiations, however, as a vendor it can […]

  • Posted: June 26, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

    Should I Stay or Should I Go? Someone once said that no reason to stay is a good reason to go. But when it comes to the home where your eldest took their first steps, where you arrived as Miss and became a Mrs, the home where your most precious memories were made – reason […]

  • Posted: June 17, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    Do I Need A For Sale Board?

    Believe it or not, we are often asked by our clients ‘is there really a need to have a for sale board’. As agents, it is our job to get the word out to the world that YOUR home is for sale and get the right buyer through your door. If you want to sell […]

  • Posted: June 14, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    Things To Do Before Your Photography Appointment

    Prior to your photography appointment or even before your initial valuation it is crucial that you look at your property with an objective eye. Imagine you are a viewer walking into your own home for the first time. Stand at the door of every room in your house, take a walk around the garden and […]

  • Posted: June 13, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    What is Home Staging?

    To make that real impact on the market, having a professional property photographer isn’t always enough, you need to take it one step further. Have you ever heard of home staging? Glance through the latest interior design magazines and you will find a plethora of amazing images oozing with style in the latest trends of […]

  • Posted: June 12, 2019
    Categories: Blog

    What To Expect On Your Valuation

    Your property valuation or as we label it ‘property consultation’ is as much about getting to know an estate agent and what they offer as much as it is about finding out what price your property is worth. All agents are different, and you need to find that ideal match for you. You are trying […]