With all the doom and gloom currently gracing the property pages of the newspapers, you would be forgiven for thinking the best thing to do is lock your doors, shut the curtains and wait until it all blows over. However, as the numbers are increasingly showing, the green shoots of recovery are emerging across the UK.On first reading, the April edition of the RICS residential market survey says what we already know: market activity has been muted so far this year. However, and far more importantly, it reveals how things are starting to improve. While there are still many surveyors reporting a fall in the number of buyer inquiries, the number reporting a rise has significantly increased, with expectations for further growth in the coming months. In London, this is the first time in 12 months a rising number of buyer inquiries has been reported.Read the full housing market report. Anecdotally, we are hearing more and more stories from across our network that suggest the thawing of th...Read more >>
Matthew Cracker of Fine & Country sold my mother's house in Brookmans Park. He was efficient and professional and gave us wise advice when we needed it. I would not hesi... Read full reviewReview Added: Aug 17th, 2018
Nigel was professional but persistent when we had other agents trying to sell our house. We liked his calm attitude and approach and decided to change to Fine & Country, which... Read full reviewReview Added: Aug 17th, 2018
I rate the service received as of a very good standard. Managed to move the process forward even when difficulties arose. Recommended. Dr Smith Read full reviewReview Added: Aug 16th, 2018
Always contactable and responsive. Well organised. Very polite with prospective buyers. Could quickly recognise the level of interest shown and took initiative to address problems... Read full reviewReview Added: Aug 15th, 2018
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