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How to Inject Colour into Your Home This Spring 05 April 2022

Spring has official sprung! This means it"s time to get rid of the heavy fabrics, dark colours and fluffy blankets and embrace natural materials, lighter fabrics and brighter shades in your home. Here are our top tips to inject colour into your home this spring:

Consider a new shade for your front door.... Read More

How to Add Value to Your Home 29 March 2022

Your property could be one of the biggest and best investments you make in your lifetime, so why not make the most of it by adding as much value as you can. The rule of thumb when it comes to adding value is to utilise what you already have. Any additions that are too costly might not bring you much of a return when the time comes to sell up, so work with the space you have and think about how it could be transformed to make it more useful.... Read More

Prepare Your Home for Spring: Home Décor Tips 22 March 2022

Spring is here! With the new season comes longer, brighter days after a cold and gloomy winter, prompting many people to start thinking about selling their homes.

Statistics suggest the best time to sell your house is from mid-February until the end of June.... Read More

5 Tips For Improving The Entrance To Your Home 01 March 2022

Creating a welcoming atmosphere within the first few steps of your home is important, whether you are looking to sell your property or not. The sense of ‘coming home" is an ambience many strive to achieve in their entrance ways, lobbies and porches, and entering this area of your home after a long day at work or school should take any stresses of the day away.... Read More

Tips For Decorating When Faced With a Blank Canvas 22 February 2022

You"ve found your ideal home, got the keys and moved in your belongings. Now the fun begins - decorating. But facing a blank canvas can be daunting. How do you know what colours to choose, which furniture to buy or how to lay everything out in a way that looks stylish yet functional?

Unless you"re lucky enough to be moving into a home that"s decorated exactly to your taste, chances are you"ll have some work to do before you settle in.... Read More

The Electric Revolution: Why New Homes are Being Future-Proofed 15 February 2022

As the UK is committed to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050, the Government is looking to property developers and new homeowners to take responsibility for the planet in small, but significant ways.

This is why, new legislation states that every new home built from 2022, with an associated parking space, will be required to have an electric car charging station installed in a bid to boost demand for the vehicles.... Read More

The Lowdown on the Local Rental Market 08 February 2022

The Lowdown on the Local Renting Market

The rental market has been very strong over the whole of the pandemic as many people have taken the opportunity to review the way they live and work and reassess their housing priorities. In addition, essential workers have had to be housed and demand for rental properties has probably been at an all-time high.... Read More

Life Magazine, Issue 6 2020 11 December 2020

In this issue, we had a history lesson at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. We sourced some home-cooking hacks and Fenella Dunsford found a selection of city properties on the market.

Megan Baker, Head of Design at My Fitted Bedroom, walked us through the latest bedroom trends and Designer Benji Lewis from Zoom That Room gave us four tops on how to breathe new life into old items in our homes.... Read More

Housing Report, September 2020 10 November 2020

Propertymark"s latest Housing Report shows demand rose by a third in September, to its highest level for 16 years.

The number of properties available in September rose marginally from August, however there was a huge leap in demand, up 33%, with over 500 buyers registering per branch.... Read More

Life Magazine 04 November 2020

In this issue, we head to West Sussex, looking for an uncrowded getaway. We also sourced the perfect picnic and Fenella Dunsford sought out properties on the market that have appeal for outdoor enthusiast. We also take a look at the Modern Method of Auction, weighing up its pros and cons.... Read More

Virtual Valuations 03 November 2020

Virtual Valuations

We welcome the news that the housing market is to remain open throughout this second lockdown period. We recognise there is huge demand from both buyers and sellers at the moment, particularly from those looking to take maximum advantage of the stamp duty holiday.... Read More

Quarterly Market Report - Autumn 2020 29 October 2020


The UK housing market starts autumn with momentum following a post-lockdown mini-boom making summer 2020 busier than usual.

The housing market has basked in summer sunshine since it reopened with buyer up 34% on a year ago according Zoopla, while supply to the marketplace is at its highest level since March 2008 according to Rightmove.... Read More