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His move back to the town where he began his flourishing career coincides with the imminent arrival of his first child.
Read Full Article June 2016 THE new issue of West Country View – the glossy, property magazine from Greenslade Taylor Hunt is available from branch offices now.
Simply put, the economy in general seems more immediately important to voters than housing in isolation – and with good reason.
When the economy is up people feel better and can afford more things – like properties. It is people who create demand once the means to buy is in their favour and no right-to-buy or mansion tax policies will change that.
Read Full Article August 2016 Richard Webber of Greenslade Taylor Hunt takes a look at the post-Brexit property market and offers some sound advice to those selling their homes over the summer months.
Read Full Article July 2016 ENTERPRISING estate agent Howard Wills is making a welcome return to Yeovil after a successful spell in West Sussex.
Read Full Article September 2016 Now the Government has given the go ahead for the new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point the race is on to find suitable accommodation for the highly qualified staff who will be working on the infrastructure and beyond.
It is packed with properties and interesting articles, by experts on buying at auction, whether commercial or residential provides the best investment and a host of other informative articles.
Pick up your free copy from your local branch or the many agricultural shows that GTH will be attending over the summer including the Royal Cornwall Show, Wadebridge, June 9-11.
The political parties had been trying hard to woo the electorate with a plethora of housing-related inducements. The Conservatives promised huge numbers of new homes would be built and also dangled a right-to-buy opportunity for those with shared ownership arrangements through housing associations.
Labour had been pinning their hopes on the popularity - with those who would never have to pay it - of a mansion tax. Had either party the right answer to excite the electorate? In the heat of electioneering it appeared that the only thing which significantly made buyers more active during the campaign was sunshine. Almost immediately viewings were up, offers were up and sales were up. It seems that the weather was more influential on buyers than the political climate.