Sussex Property Market Blog

The Future of the Shoreham-by-Sea Buy-To-Let Market in 2022

21st January 2022

The Headlines... Shoreham-by-Sea rents up by 3.7% in the last 12 months Shoreham-by-Sea house Prices up 16.4% in the last 12 months Shoreham-by-Sea landlords helped by ultra-low mortgage rates and a stamp duty holiday  Yet, some landlords in Shoreham-by-Sea anxious about a possible end to no fault evictions New EPC rules could cost Shoreham-by-Sea landlords £10,000+ per property In this article, we will… Read More

Oakley Win Major Hew Homes Contract

19th January 2022

We are delighted to announce that we have landed a major new homes contract with London based house builders Martin Homes, who have jointly appointed us along with international property agents Savills, to advise them exclusively as joint selling agents across their entire new homes portfolio. The move by Martin Homes will see us jointly marketing the wide range of… Read More

Our 11 Rules to Buying a Shoreham-by-Sea Property

17th January 2022

Finding your next property, be that for yourself to live in or as a buy-to-let landlord, can sometimes be a scary task. You are possibly making one of the biggest purchases of your life, and you want to ensure you make the right choice. Buying your next property is all about finding somewhere with the features that match your requirements.… Read More

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

The Sussex Landlord Compliance Health Check: Are you compliant?

20th December 2021

Reports that one of the most prominent Estate Agents in the UK had allowed its landlords to open to fines of between £9million and £30million in the last few days. This is because they allegedly failed to send some paperwork to their tenants when their tenancy started. This has had many Sussex landlords picking up the phone to… Read More

With Shoreham-by-Sea Tenants Deposits Totalling £4,278,644, How Will ‘Lifetime Deposits’ Change the Shoreham-by-Sea Rental Market?

18th November 2021

The Government’s scheduled publication of their White Paper for the Renter's Reform Bill, which incorporates proposals to forbid Section 21 evictions and introduce ‘Lifetime Deposits’, has been suspended until 2022. The additional time is required to give a chance to create a level playing field to reforms for both landlords and tenants in the private rented sector in… 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

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