Category: Sales

Sell or Rent Your Property

Sell or Rent Your Property

"Are you thinking of selling or renting your property?" Sell or rent your property There is a high demand for rental properties in Brighton & Hove due to a cultural shift which has occurred over the past few years.

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Estate Agent Roles Negotiation

Estate Agent Roles Negotiation

"Estate Agent Roles" Negotiation Good negotiation is a skill that adds real value to the service you receive from your Estate Agent.  After all, it can be the make or break of a sale.Many Agents focus on “getting the maximum price” for their Client, the property Vendor.

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Property Prices Brighton & Hove

Property Prices Brighton & Hove

"Property Prices Brighton & Hove" HMLR statistics for Brighton & Hove property prices are based on completed sales and may give a distorted opinion of your property's current valuation.Brighton & Hove property prices are a hot topic! Indeed, every homeowner has the issue of house prices close to his/her heart.

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Kerb Appeal

Kerb Appeal

"Selling your Property? Get Kerb Appeal" You've probably heard the term 'kerb appeal' when it comes to selling and buying property.K.E.R.B. = Keep Everything Really Bright!When selling your property the positive impact of a good first impression cannot be overstated, and a good front, and back lawn is the obvious place to start.

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Property Statistics

Property Statistics

"Property Statistics" We pride ourselves on our extensive experience and local knowledge.  After all, Callaways has occupied the same location as it does now in Church Road, Hove since 1935!  We're also guardians of what we like to call VIPs - Very Important Property Statistics.

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Life’s a beach

Life’s a beach

"Life's a beach..." In Brighton & Hove life's a beach.  Then almost without warning - Covid-19 and lockdown?  Normally busy and bustling, residents enjoy the fresh sea air.  Moreover, it wasn’t so long ago that the UK media were reporting the so-called ‘Boris Bounce’ in the UK property market.

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Property Leap of Faith

Property Leap of Faith

'Ready to take a Property Leap of Faith?' Just a couple of months ago, my team and I were discussing this year's leap year, 29 February.  A leap year occurs every four years  – this is about as frequently as many people used to move house during the heady days of property speculation that sparked the boom market!  Now it seems that sellers have to take a leap of faith before committing their property to the hands of an estate agent.

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Ready to move?

Ready to move?

"Ready to move?" Have your moving plans been put 'on hold' until the Coronavirus lockdown ends? If your home isn’t yet on the market, the UK Government has advised people buying and selling homes to put their transactions on hold.

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Buy My Freehold

Buy My Freehold

"Can I Buy My Freehold?" 'When selling a client's leasehold property, we obtain a copy of the lease to ascertain how many years remain.  Occasionally, we advise a leaseholder to extend the lease.  This will sometimes lead to the question 'Can I buy my Freehold?' Statutory Right Most lessees (NB not tenants) have the statutory right to purchase the Freehold of their building.

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