As Christmas fast approaches, you just might be beginning to get into the festive spirit. Besides Christmas shopping, for anyone selling their home there are a few other things to think about and organise. Christmas, perhaps surprisingly, is a great time to launch your home to the market. The Times reports that sellers who come on to the market in December are 6% more likely to sell their property above the asking price. Many people are together with family and have time to chat about t...Read more >>
We are approaching the most wonderful time of the year and with the unexpected changes to last year's festive celebrations, we are looking forward to the magic of spending time with our loved ones all the more, this Christmas. The December month is filling up with our dinners and drinks plans, wintery window displays are already adorning popular shopfronts and festive lights are being draped across our favourite market towns and cities. In the spirit of Christmas, we want to make a special someo...Read more >>
Prime Time After a scorching summer for sales volumes, there are signs activity in the housing market is starting to calm down as the nights draw in. Buyer demand however remains considerably higher than a year ago, with price growth expected until at least 2026. Here is our round-up of regional winter market updates across the UK: Greater London South West South East East Midlands West Midlands...Read more >>
Prime Time Key Statistics In Greater London, the average price of property is £2,392,569, which represents a -4.99 percent annual change in price. The premium price threshold in Greater London is £1,460,000, which means that the top five percent of sales in the region were above this figure. Over the last 12 months, the average price per square foot has been around £1,127. The total value of sales over the past year has been 11.8billion, with 9,038 sales at or over £1 m...Read more >>
Prime Time Key Statistics In the South West region of the UK, the average price of property is £963,697, which represents a 14.26 percent annual change in price. The premium price threshold in the South West region is £709,000, which means that the top five percent of sales in the region were above this figure. Over the last 12 months, the average price per square foot has been around £437. The total value of sales over the past year has been £4.19billion, with 1,244 sa...Read more >>
The world is full of beautiful places with gorgeous landscapes and stunning architecture. But what places combine landscape with liveability? To live successfully in an area, you need more than just a pretty space. Tourist attractions, local culture, and history must all combine in a lovely location to create a truly beautiful place to live. Read on to see the top 20 most beautiful places to live in the world. 1. Seoul, Korea Starting our list is Seoul, one of the biggest cities in Korea. Seoul has a vibrant culture and is known for its spicy food and equally spicy nightlife. In the looks department, Seoul is certainly no slouch. The mountains around the city seem to go on forever. 2. Cape Town, South Africa Another city nestled between the mountains and the ocean, Cape Town is one of the most liveable cities in Africa. It offers plenty of fantastic food and nightlife for tourists and residents alike. The natural beauty of Cape Town is difficult to beat. Whether you&rsquo...Read more >>
Prime Time After a scorching summer for sales volumes, there are signs activity in the housing market is starting to calm down as the nights draw in. Buyer demand however remains considerably higher than a year ago, with price growth expected until at least 2026. Here is our round-up of regional winter market updates across the UK: Greater London South West South East East Midlands West Midlands Wales North West North East Yorkshire and The Humber East of England Contact us Looking for a change this New Year? Sell your home with experts in premium property. Get in touch with your local Fine & Country agent today.Read more >>
These picture postcard villages are stunning in the summer, but when a dusting of snow falls over in winter they take on a magical quality. If you’ve always dreamed of living in such a beautiful location, then consider moving to these villages across the UK. Llanberis, Gwynedd, Wales Llanberis sits on the shore of Llyn Padarn and in the shadow of Snowdon and can certainly stake claim to having the most beautiful surroundings of any village in Wales, particularly in the colder months when snow graces the peaks of the mountains and ice forms in the valleys. Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England Chipping Campden was one of the most important of the medieval wool towns and famous throughout Europe. This legacy of fame and prosperity is everything that give the town its character. In 1970 the High Street and much of the rest of the town was officially designated a conservation area to preserve the ancient town for centuries to come. Castle Coombe, Wil...Read more >>
The service during the initial listing was superb, far exceeding any other agent we had come across. Ann-Marie was always on hand for viewings and was excellent at keeping them rel... Read full reviewReview Added: Nov 29th, 2021
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Thank you to all at Fine & Country for their hard work in selling our properties at Woodland Brook. Julie Jackson deserves special praise for her dogged determination. Well do... Read full reviewReview Added: Nov 23rd, 2021
John Ray provided a great service in selling our house. He is very personable and made a good impression from the outset. - The marketing was impressive - He regularly kept us in... Read full reviewReview Added: Nov 12th, 2021
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