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The Royston property market has improved by 43.4% over pre-pandemic levels, so we have to ask if there has there ever been a better time for Royston property owners?
In this two-minute read, we look at new rules on electrical safety reports that come into force next month. It’s no joke: landlords who fail to get an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) for their rental property by 1 April could face a fine of up to £30,000.
Royston homebuyers were celebrating last week’s extension of the Stamp Duty holiday by the Chancellor until the end of September together with the introduction of 5% deposit mortgages from April. What effect will this have on Royston house prices and demand for private rented property in Royston?
To say it has been a challenging twelve months would be an understatement, and there have been highs and lows when it comes to the property market in Royston. Regardless of the market conditions, it is essential that when selling your home you always get the price right. Here’s some tips.
The average British homeowner moves every 16 years 5 months according to official statistics. I took a look at the actual home moving numbers for Royston and found a fascinating insight that nobody has noticed .. until now. If you are a Royston homeowner, then you need to read this article.
It’s understandable that making huge life decisions such as moving home could be far from the front of your mind. Yet as more and more of us are vaccinated, noises from the government lead us to believe schools could be set to return soon & our crappy winter weather starts to ease, is now the time?