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STUNNING STATE OF THE ART HOME FOR SALE

CHECK OUT THIS PROPERTY TOUR OF THIS STUNNING STATE OF THE ART 5600 SQ FT HOME WE HAVE BEEN PRIBALEDGED WITH MARKETING

 

http://www.propertytours.tv/47918831

IT HAS EVERY MODERN FEATURE AVAILABLE FOR TODAYS LIVING

 

WE ARE INSTRUCTED TO QUOTE £3,895,000 AND VIEWINGS ARE AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT

 

PLEASE CALL US NOW

 

YET ANOTHER AWARD

We are delighted to anounce that, for the 2nd year running we have won the "Estate Agent in NW11" gold award from AllAgents.co.uk

Our senior consultant Josh Sagal also received the Gold award for best Letting Staff Member in NW11 and the company won Silver in the branch awards

Yet again we are pleased that the service we provide is to the highest standard 

Please see all or reviews at www.allagents.co.uk

 

 

 

MOVING CHECK LIST

Moving home can be stressful time with lots to do and arrange.

 

Its easy to forget the important things that need to be done before and after you move and letting everybody know your new address.

 

Website www.needaproperty.com have come up with a very useful webpage "check list" helping clients to get that "stress free" experience.

 

Please click on the link below where you will find good suggestions and links to help you on the move

 

https://planner.moveme.com/?partner=7nnsm65f

 

Just another helpful hint from Dreamview Estates

YET ANOTHER AMAZING REVIEW

 

Once again we have received another glowing review on www.allagents.co.uk

 

Please take the time to read it and understand why we are now "Top of the NW11 League table" and why you should come to us with all your property requirments.

 

"This was my first property purchase and my boyfriend and I felt completely out of our depth looking for a flat. We were introduced to Murray who, after 10 long months of searching alone, helped us find the flat of our dreams!

We were recommended by our mortgage lender to use a specific solicitor who left us completely in the dark and asked our opinion on complex matters we didn't understand rather than explaining the situation and giving us advice. Murray was the only person in our whole property exchange who was actually able to explain the property purchase process and help us move things along when our solicitor did nothing but hold us back.

Throughout the whole exchange he had our best interests at heart and if I had any concerns along the way he always made himself available to talk them through. Considering he was actually acting on behalf of the vendor rather than us it was refreshing to see how much he was willing to help and we trusted his opinion and advice 100%.

I have no intention to leave our new flat anytime soon but when the time comes we will definitely be entrusting the sale of our property to Murray."

MORTGAGE APPROVALS LEAP IN 2013

Leap in mortgage approvals in 2013, says Bank of England

First-time buyers have been driving the rise in mortgage applications   

The number of mortgages approved for house purchases rose by 20% in 2013 compared with the market doldrums of the previous year.

There were 734,969 home loans approved in during the year, with the numbers accelerating towards the end of the year, the Bank of England data shows.

This was up from 612,654 the previous year, when many first-time buyers were locked out of the mortgage market.

Lending remains well below the peak of the housing boom.

'More to come'Mark Harris, chief executive of mortgage broker SPF Private Clients, said he expected demand to keep rising in 2014, but that mortgages would not get any cheaper. 

"We expect this to continue this year as Help to Buy [government-backed mortgage scheme] gets into its stride and lending appetite remains strong, with most lenders aiming to do more lending than they did last year," he said.

"While we don't expect mortgage rates to shoot up in the short term, fixed rates have bottomed out and are starting to climb again so borrowers need to think ahead.

"However, there is no need to panic just yet. It is still possible to fix for five years at around 3%, which is incredibly good value."

The Bank of England figures show that total lending to individuals has been pushed to record highs in recent months by the revival in the housing market.

By the end of December it stood at a new peak, with outstanding loans, including mortgages and consumer debt - such as credit cards and overdrafts, reaching £1.435 trillion.

Richard Koch, head of policy at the UK Cards Association, an industry trade body, said that there had been a steady decline in new credit card borrowing in recent years, despite a recent pick-up.

This was the result of consumers taking a safety-first approach to borrowing during the financial crisis.

"Consumers are now using the interest free periods that credit cards offer and then paying off their balances faster," he said.

"Responsible lending is at the heart of the industry, and the vast majority of consumers use their credit card prudently. However for those individual consumers that are facing difficulty, for example after a change in personal circumstances such as redundancy, illness or separation, there is a clearly established system of support including sources of free, independent debt advice."

He added that people should look at their annual statement from their credit card supplier in order to help them budget.

Source: BBC