March Newsletter

March Newsletter

In this month’s Coldwell Banker newsletter, we have put together a variety of articles for you that explore both sales and lettings news. Following the recent budget announcement, we're pleased to say the Stamp Duty extension has been confirmed. Already 750,000 buyers have managed to make savings, you could be next, find out what it means for both buyers and investors over the next few months. 

Further into our newsletter, since the property market reopened last year, we've seen a surge in demand for detached properties, as buyers priorities are changing, wanting more space and bigger rooms. We're pleased to say rental growth has picked up for the sixth month in a row as the demand for rental properties continues. 

Finally, if you're a landlord we urge you to make sure you have complied with the new electrical safety regulations before the deadline on April 1st or you could risk fines.

St Patrick’s Parade 

Sell Your House, Step By Step

The Right Survey Could Save Money

How To Keep Your BBQ Clean All Summer Long

How Landlords Avoid Void Periods

Top Tips For First Time Renters

What Is The Green Energy Grant And How To Claim It

What Does The Stamp Duty Cut Mean For Landlords?

Five Ways To Refresh Your Outdoor Space

Are you asking these questions when you buy or sell?

Property market surges post-lockdown

The eviction ban extension for tenants and landlords

Managing the rental bounce and electrical checks

What do tenants really want during the pandemic?

750,000 buyers have seen stamp duty savings so far

Landlords urged to comply with electrical safety regulation or risk fines

Rental growth picks up for the sixth month in a row

10% price surge for detached homes due to house hunters demanding more space


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