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What were the fall-through rates for 2015?

Thursday 07 January 2016  / Ruth Montia

Sales company, Quick Move Now have claimed a high sale fall-through rate of 27.94% for Q4 of 2015, which is much more than the 19.62% reported in Q3. For the whole of 2015 they reported that 29.26% of sales fell-through. Quick Move Now’s business manager...

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Traditional vs. Online Agents, which one would you choose?

Wednesday 06 January 2016  / Ruth Montia

In a survey conducted by Face For Business, it was found that out of 1,000 members of the public 60% of people would prefer to buy or sell a home through a traditional estate agent. This was due to characteristics associated to the traditional agents...

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13,000 new homes to be built this year, announced by David Cameron

Tuesday 05 January 2016  / Ruth Montia

An unexpected announcement from Prime Minister David Cameron indicates the government’s responsibility for new home development and says it will "directly commission" small firms and companies to build up to 13,000 new affordable homes on public land...

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Halifax Data shows biggest house price increase area for 2015 is…

Monday 04 January 2016  / Ruth Montia

According to research by Halifax, 2015 data is showing that Newham in London has recorded the largest percentage of house price increases out of all the major UK cities and towns, increasing values from £261,399 to £319,522.The data suggests the average...

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from AV Rillo!

Friday 18 December 2015  / Ruth Montia

We would just like to take this opportunity to say a BIG thank you to all of our existing clients, new clients and all the agents we work so closely with.For every click we get to our Christmas video we will be donating £1 to charity so...Check...

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Top agents and analysts predictions for market in 2016

Wednesday 16 December 2015  / Ruth Montia

The high-end agencies and property analysts' have announced to EAT their predictions for the UK's mainstream housing market 2016.These are predictions and may not prove correct, but their predictions for 2015 have also been looked at to see if they...