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Moore & Partners Overview Of Stamp Duty Relief & What It Means For You

You pay stamp duty in the UK (apart from in Scotland) when you buy a residential property or piece of land costing over £125,000 or £40,000 for a second home. Read More

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Autumn Sale as price cuts by existing sellers hit five-year high

New and existing sellers react to quieter time of year by launching their own Autumn Sale to tempt buyers: Read More

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Stamp Duty reform, More new homes, possible longer tenancies

From today, all first time buyer purchases up to £300,000 have NO stamp duty, and if the FTBs are inside London there will be no stamp duty on the first £300,000 of their purchase. Read More

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Find out from Moore & Partners Estate Agents how the interest rate rise is affecting the housing market in Crawley

As was widely expected, in early November the Bank of England raised interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%, the first such increase since the summer of 2007. And governor of the bank, Mark Carney, warned there are likely to be two more rises over the next few years. Read More

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Speak to Moore & Partners Estate Agents, Crawley based, mortgage advisor, about how an interest rate rise could affect you!

New research by a major banking group suggests that the cost of moving house has gone up by 6% over the past 12 months, overtaking both inflation and wage growth. Read More

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The average cost of moving home rises to nearly £12,000 accross the UK

New research by a major banking group suggests that the cost of moving house has gone up by 6% over the past 12 months, overtaking both inflation and wage growth. Read More

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Anchor Mortgages Crawley - National Mortgage Index September 2017 - Mortgage Advice Bureau

In a month underpinned by highly motivated buyers, we saw little evidence of August being quiet due to the summer break. Last month's data suggests that many homeowners decided to take the opportunity to review their finances and remortgage, or were motivated to move home. Read More

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Moore & Partners top tips to minimise the hassle of moving day

We all know that moving house can be one of life's most trying events, right up there with bereavement, redundancy and divorce! So when the whole process from the selling valuation onwards has been completed, the estate agent has done their job and moving day finally dawns, what can you do to make a potentially stressful day a little bit easier? Read More

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Moore & Partners Crawley Use A Professional Photographer - Heres Why

An experiment conducted by insurance company AXA has revealed how sloppy photographs can alter the perception of a property in the eyes of the public - and can therefore make a home harder to sell, and possibly fetch a lower sale price. Read More

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Moore & Partners Estate Agents Crawley can you make your home more saleable?

You only get one chance to make a first impression, not least when showing prospective buyers round your home, or an estate agent during the initial selling valuation. Read More

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How to work with your selling agent

So you've taken the decision to sell your home, and, understandably, you want to get the highest possible price for it - in the shortest possible time. Read More

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Record High for Average UK Property Prices, Reports Rightmove

Britain's biggest property website says that average property prices for homes coming on to the UK market climbed to a record high this spring. Read More

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Choosing an estate agent? Here's what you need to consider

For most of us, a property sale is the biggest transaction we'll ever be involved with - and the selling agent you appoint plays a pivotal role in ensuring that all goes smoothly. Read More

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Rental market shows signs of strength with rent up 2.4% in July

According to The Office Of National Statistics, Great Britain has seen a rise in private rental prices by 2.4% in the 12 months to July 2016. Read More

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Letting Agent Fraudster

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Vandalism never pays

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Will there be a slowdown?

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Could a brick shortage keep prices high?

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Rental market shows signs of strength with rent up 2.4% in July

According to The Office Of National Statistics, Great Britain has seen a rise in private rental prices by 2.4% in the 12 months to July 2016. Read More

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Landlord crams 31 tenants into what was four-bedroom home

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Mortgage rates continue to drop in wake of uncertainty

UK mortgage rates have fallen to further record lows with 'no signs of stopping' says Charlotte Nelson at financial information service, Moneyfacts. Read More

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Rental market foundations rock, but not by much

According to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA), the post Brexit rental market seems to be stable – with 77% of agents reporting no significant change. Read More

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Living near a supermarket adds value to your property, but by how much?

Living near a well-known supermarket can add £22,000 on average to property value, according to new research commissioned by Lloyds Bank. Read More

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Housing spending plans to remain unaffected says Minister

At the recent Housing conference 2016 in Manchester, Housing Minister Brandon Lewis tried to reassure the property industry by telling it to 'keep calm and carry on' despite political uncertainty Read More

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Market uncertainty in wake of Brexit

Prior to the Brexit announcement last week, Nationwide's house price index rose 0.2% in June compared to last month, with UK annual growth increasing to 5.1% Read More

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So where does the result of the Referendum leave the local property market?

To some of us the result may have been a surprise, but now we have to move on and deal with everyday life, including buying and selling property. Read More

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House prices to fall?

According to numerous news outlets, house prices may fall for the first time since 2009. Read More

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House prices rose considerably last financial year

According to the UK House price index, house prices rose by 8.2% from April 2015 to April 2016. Read More

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Is Purplebricks set to underperform?

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Getting on the ladder

Buying a property has become harder and more important than ever for 1st time buyers. Read More

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Brexit to help first time buyers?

House of Commons leader, Chris Grayling says Brexit could help 1st time buyers Read More

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Summer Stock Needed... Now's The Time To Sell!

In this current housing market, with the demand from buyers at a very high level, the number of properties hitting the market is not as strong as it needs to be. Read More

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Foreign firms to declare their property in the UK

Foreign firms that purchase UK property will be forced under new measures to declare the property ownership on a new register. Read More

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Spring Market in Full Flow! – Are You Thinking Of Selling?

April 2016 has seen a huge up-lift in selling prices and has been another fantastic month here at Moore & Partners, selling lots Read More

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Property Price Formula Found?!

The magic formula for what a property is really worth? Read More

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Thinking of selling?

Recently browsing through a page on a well known social media site I came across a member's question. The question was a fair enough question but it got to me a little. The question was on the lines of "how do I sell my house cheaply, without having to pay for an estate agent". When I read this I had a little grin on my face... Read More

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On average first time buyers will have spent £52,900 on rent in England

According to research from the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) this will increase, and if you are entering the rental market this year, on average you will spend £64,400 on rent before buying your first home. Read More

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Most Expensive Street Names

This interesting list from Zoopla shows the UK's most expensive street names... Read More

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Are the Help to Buy ISA price limits too low?

If house prices continue to rise at their current rate, will I even be able to afford a house by the time I've finished accruing my bonus? Read More

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Government focus on first time buyers in new budget

According to the Spending Review and Autumn Statement for 2015 published earlier this week, one of the government's top priorities will be housing Read More

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Help to Buy ISA

From the 1st of December 2015, a new <em>Help to Buy</em> ISA will be available to all first time buyers. Read More

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High demand and low supply keep house prices on upward trend

The latest Residential Market Survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reveals that house prices are expected to increase by 4.5% over the next 5 years Read More

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Mortgage lending approvals rise despite housing low

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has stated that mortgage lending is enjoying its best spell since 2008 with mortgage lending at £20 billion in September - up 12% on last year. Read More

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Early autumnal easing in house price growth

The Halifax House Price Index (HPI) states house prices have dropped by 0.9% between August and September whilst the annual change this quarter (July-September) lessened from 9% to 8.6% Read More

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Softening the blow: House prices decline after summer rise

The latest House Price Index (HPI) conveys that annual house price growth has declined to 3.2% in August, down from 3.5% in July. During this quarter, prices rose 0.4% between June and July before falling to 0.3% between July and August. Read More

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Trying their luck: ‘Event Landlords’ prove a big hit in the scrum for rental property during Rugby World Cup

As the masses descend from around the world for the Rugby World Cup between 18th September and 31st October, one of the first things on their minds is where to stay. Read More

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Raising the bar: House prices rise again after summer dip

The latest House Price Index (HPI) conveys house prices this quarter are up 9% compared to last year and 16% in 2013. Prices fluctuated down to 0.4% between June and July before rising again to 2.7% in July and August. Read More

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11 year high for housing demand in the UK

The monthly report by The National Association of Estate Agents has led to claims of an 11 year high in August for housing demand in the UK. Read More

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First time buyers are back!

First-time buyers have come storming back into the market in the highest numbers since before the crash. Read More

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Not just for the road...

After announcing a partnership deal with Bank of Ireland, it looks likely that you’ll soon be able to take out a mortgage with them. Read More

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MPs sign support for proposed anti-money laundering measure

An Early Day Motion has been tabled in Parliament expressing concern about money laundering. Read More

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Misleading Landlords Beware!

In what appears to be one of the first cases of its kind, the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations have been successfully used in a prosecution. Read More

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Budget 2015 and landlords

Now that the dust has settled on George Osbourne’s Summer 2015 budgets, an interesting argument has emerged - is it fair for private landlords Read More

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House prices continue to rise

In May house prices rose more sharply than in April. This has been attributed to a record low in housing stock. Read More

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Moore & Partners are now on Agent Tracker

Agent tracker allows home owners to view our independently verified customer testimonials and our AgentTracker rating Read More

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Watchdog launches probe into way online agents advertise their fees

The advertising watchdog is to investigate online agents that are advertising their fees exclusive of VAT... Read More

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Professional photography makes a difference.

A photograph is nearly always the first thing a prospective buyer will see of your home. Read More

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Landlord hit with £300,000 bill after illegal extensions

A landlord has been landed with a bill of over £300,000 after he added illegal extensions to seven of his properties and ignored enforcement notices in his quest for greater rental income. Read More

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Talk to Moore and Partners for Independent Mortgage Advice

House prices tiptoe up, but lenders make things so much harder Read More

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House prices start the year almost 8% up - Halifax

House prices ended the year 7.8% higher than when 2014 began, the Halifax has said. Read More

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Stamp Duty Land Tax reforms from midnight tonight

Stamp Duty Land Tax is to be changed at midnight after today's Autumn Statement by Chancellor George Osborne. Read More

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If you are thinking of selling in 2015, don't miss out!

Now is the best time to get your property on to the market. Following the most active year for transaction volumes since 2007, average stock levels per estate agency branch are at historically low levels, with an average of 60 properties for sale. Read More

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Falling market could 'weaken' online agents who launched in good times

Industry consultant Michael Day says that there has been a 'key' change in the property market - and that poorer conditions may weaken online agents. Read More

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Attention to detail is going to become vital in a harder market?

In a market that is certainly starting toughen up, mainly due to a lack of people looking, it is so important to make sure that you chose an agent who will have the ability to make your property stand out. Read More

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High Street Vs Selling Privately

Recently browsing through a page on a well known social media site I came across a member's question. The question was a fair enough question but it got to me a little. The question was on the lines of "how do I sell my house cheaply, without having to pay for an estate agent". When I read this I had a little grin on my face... Read More

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More first-time buyers - but they're getting older

The number of first-time buyers rose in August, the NAEA has claimed. But the NAEA insists that most first-timers are in their thirties... Read More

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Housing market swings into autumn at a slower pace

The autumn housing market is on the move again - but more slowly than normal. Read More

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Stock Needed

At Moore & Partners, in this current housing market, the residential market has taken a noticeable upturn in recent months, with the demand from buyers rising, but bizarrely the number of properties hitting the market has fallen. Read More

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Moore and Partners Estate Agents in Crawley

If you're a Landlord, talk to Moore & Partners

If you're a Landlord, talk to Moore & Partners for helpful advise, services and more importantly to avoid unpleasant stings. Read More

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Time to sell?

At Moore & Partners we often come across people who want to find their next property, secure an offer on it, and then put their property on the market in the hope they achieve a quick offer before someone else, in a better position snaps it up... Read More

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Moore & Partners Summer Charity Event

It will be held outside our High Street office and is all in aid of our friends at the MS Society. All funds raised will go directly to the MS Society which we all think is a great cause. Read More

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Sponsoring Crawley United’s U10s

We were originally approached by Carl Winter, the team manager, and we felt that this was a great opportunity for us to be able to give something back to the community that we serve. Read More

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