South Avenue new to market

South Avenue – £455,000     Carey says; “South Avenue has always been a top tier road in central Oldfield and its easy to see why. The shops are just around the corner and the views from the back of the houses are amazing! Its a quieter road than many with much less through traffic,… Read More



Englishcombe Lane property showcase

Englishcombe Lane – £475,000 Guide Property of the Week Carey says; “This house is a real winner and I love it – the rooms are so even throughout and the accommodation flows in a very logical order. The two reception spaces knocked through makes a huge entertaining space. All the bedrooms are great sizes and… Read More



Five reasons buyers want a video tour of your property

Video viewings – sellers, do you need one?   One thing I’ve noticed over recent months chatting with viewers is the amazing amount of positive feedback we’ve been getting from our video viewings. Whether its on complicated unorthodox homes or your average three bed semi, the number of views we have been tracking on our… Read More



The perfect New Year moving date

The perfect New Year launch point for your home Is 2020 the year you’re moving? If you’re thinking about selling in the New Year, you’ll probably hear quite a few opinions on exactly when you should start your property advertising. Some agents might tell you Christmas Day or Boxing Day is the perfect time to… Read More



Ten no chain homes to speed up your move

No chain homes – make your move simpler by picking a property to buy with no onward chain! “A chain-free property is a property that is being sold by a vendor (home seller) who does not need to purchase a new property after they sell.” With a late flurry of sales agreed over the last… Read More



In for Christmas? Six top tips to move in time

Six top tips for moving by Christmas – Just like Easter and the beginning of the summer hols, December is a very busy month in any year for movers. With about three months to go now, we’re right in the middle of the time many homemovers decide they want to be in the new pad… Read More



“Sold” – what does it really mean?

When is a property sold? City investment firm Jefferies hit the headlines last week when publishing a report focussing on criticising claims made by online agent Purplebricks; Jefferies’ analysis of Purplebricks data found that it had sold 51.6pc of the homes listed in November 2016 within 10 months, versus the company’s claims that 78pc of… Read More



Brochures – how properly checking yours can really pay off

You’ve chosen your estate agent. The measuring and photos are done so I’d hope the next step is for your agent to send you the brochures to approve. Given the information below, they certainly should; Code of Practice for Residential Estate Agents Section 7 clause J – “Prior to commencement of marketing, the written details… Read More



November Bath property market data

November is a month packed with festivals and traditions, from All Saints Day and Armistice Day to Bonfire Night, Thanksgiving and St Andrews Day.  Tutankhamen’s tomb was discovered in November (1922) and two first flights took place in November (the first helicopter in 1907 and the first hot air balloon in 1783). November is also the… Read More



How to make your viewers feel welcome

Making your viewers feel welcome to your home is a team effort between you and your agent but the results are crucial to a successful sale or let. First impressions start with the photos your agent takes but there’s also the inevitable drive by inspections before viewings and then the viewings themselves. Whether you’re looking… Read More