Peter Austin

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Lately, we have been getting a lot of interest in properties in Nettleham and the surrounding areas.

And it’s no surprise, Nettleham is a beautiful village and a great place to live for all ages. So, we thought it might be a good idea to write a small blog post about what the village has to offer!

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How to Improve Your EPC Rating

With energy bills rising rapidly a good EPC rating is more important than ever before. In this post we will look at a few things you can do to make your house more energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

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Interest Rates Rise for the Fifth Consecutive Time

For the fifth consecutive time the Bank of England has chosen to increase interest rates – a rise from 1% to 1.25% – reaching a 13-year high.

It also looks like there will be more interest rate hikes coming in the near future, with some committee members voting for more a more aggressive hike of 0.5%.

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Fee-Free Deals for Mortgages Increase with Fees Being Reduced Across the Board

With intense competition between lenders, mortgage product fees have been lowered across the board, this has coincided with a 34% rise in fee-free mortgage deals.  Now, every four out of ten mortgage products don’t charge any arrangement fees. The research from financial information group Moneyfacts showed that the average product fee has fallen from a …

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Selling with The Agent

Going through our sales process, we highlight what makes us different. And ultimately, why you should choose us as The Agent to sell your home.

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UK Homes are Still Selling Faster than Ever

Data in April suggests that we are still in a strong sellers’ market for homes. On average properties are spending only 33 days on the compared to the pre-pandemic market in 2019 where they stood for an average of 67 days.