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The 7 Things Shoreham-by-Sea Home Sellers Should (and Shouldn’t) Do in 2022

6th January 2022

Did you know 3,242 Shoreham-by-Sea homeowners are considering selling their Shoreham-by-Sea home between now and the summer of 2023? Reports in the press suggest 1 in 5 homeowners are considering moving home in the next 18 months. This will change the dynamics of selling your home in Shoreham-by-Sea, meaning there are certain matters that you, as a homeowner, should do before placing your property on… Read More

What Will Happen to Shoreham-by-Sea House Prices in 2022?

21st December 2021

Traditionally, if you had not sold your Shoreham-by-Sea home by the first week in November, you would normally have to wait for the house sellers to return in the famous Boxing Day rush on the portals (Rightmove, Zoopla etc) to get potential buyers interested. Yet matters have been different this year as the various lockdowns have caused a surge in… Read More

Shoreham-by-Sea Homeowners and Landlords Addiction to Their Spare Bedrooms

20th December 2021

The Housing Minister, Chris Pincher, has suggested older homeowners are “rattling around” in their homes as they are too big for them. He implied they are selfish and should sell up and move to a retirement home when he spoke to a committee in the House of Lords. He stated that many British homes are “under-occupied”… Read More

Shoreham-by-Sea House Prices - The Effect of Rising Inflation

30th November 2021

House prices tend to rise with inflation, so with the UK annual inflation hitting 4.2% last week, that’s good news, isn’t it? Yes and no – let us explain what it means for Shoreham-by-Sea homeowners. The year-on-year cost of living rose by 4.2% in October, its highest rate in almost a decade. The jump in prices (inflation), pushed… Read More

August sees house prices rise to 11%, up from 10.5% in July

29th September 2021

Nationwide’s house price index shows annual house price growth increasing 2.1% month-on-month, rising from 10.5% in July to 11% in August – the second largest gain in 15 years with the average house price nearing £250,000.  Nationwide's Chief Economist, Robert Gardner, commented: "House prices are now around 13% higher than when the pandemic began.  The bounce back in August is surprising… Read More

The sun might be in, but the property market is hot.

17th June 2021

According to the Bank of England (BoE), UK homeowners borrowed more on their mortgages than they repaid in March – a record £11.8bn - with gross mortgage borrowing reaching £35.6bn. New mortgage approvals reached 83,000, which is 10,000 more than in February 2020, just before the Covid restrictions were put in place. After so many months of people syphoning spare cash… Read More

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