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What does Lockdown TWO mean for the residential property market?

After a storming market following the end of Lockdown ONE, what can we expect from this latest version? ...

Don’t let the criminals cause you to lose out on your next home (Or, your Stamp Duty saving!)

Searching for, finding, negotiating the price and sorting the finances to buy your next home can be hard enough! Especially in a competitive market in the middle of a pandemic!  But when you do find your “dream home” (or a  perfect  buy-to-let) don’t let the criminals cause you to lose-out, or cause any delay in the process of you securing it. ...

25 Years IN OUR COMMUNITY WILKINSON GRANTED

Strange times, indeed, and not the ideal time to be celebrating our TWENTY FIVE YEAR anniversary. Since we first opened for business in 1995 we have been committed to helping local charities and community groups. Over the years, we have been proud to support and promote many fundraising events for a vast number of them – helping raise much need monies for the valuable work they do in our local community. ...

It's a recession but what does that mean for the Exeter property market?

The country has been in lockdown for four months – Of course the economy is “in recession”! But not only is a “V” shaped recovery a very real possibility, even if it doesn’t bounce back quite so quickly, it doesn’t mean that we should expect a house price crash here in Exeter. ...

House buyers are going for the ‘EXE factor’ in ever increasing numbers as all roads lead to the South West’s most dynamic city

Image Credit James Bennett of HoldThatBox.com With a rejuvenated , vibrant  and eclectic retail centre, charming historic quayside, the fastest growing city economy in the UK and just a short drive to beaches and moors, the beautiful cathedral city of Exeter looks set to build on its burgeoning reputation as a popular property hotspot. As the property market picks up again following the coronavirus lockdown, leading Exeter estate agency Wilkinson Grant & Co report a massive increase in ...

A Holiday - Yes Please!

The winners are clear – If you are buying a property for £350,000 you are going to save £7,500 of your hard-earned cash (which could mean a new kitchen or even an increased deposit to enable you to secure that new home that might have been just out of reach). ...

Lessons from Leicester

It’s now more important than ever to choose the right agent. Here’s some questions you should be asking... ...

So what is the latest advice?

The market is strong – demand is high and the supply of fresh properties to the market is stunted. These are the perfect conditions to not only sell but also to achieve the best price. ...

Is This a Good Time to Buy Your First Home in Exeter?

Exeter house prices rose by 10.9% in the 2 years following the Brexit vote ...

WE’RE BACK and the market has opened with a bang!

Last week the government unexpectedly announced the re-opening of the residential property market, allowing sales and letting agents back to work. However, they quite rightly insisted that only subject to very exacting and rigorous health and distancing measures to help prevent the spread of the virus. ...