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Why Bristol, Cambridge And Oxford Are The Best Cities To Invest In 2022

Are you looking forward to investing in 2022? Well, the best cities to invest your money in as a landlord in 2022 are Bristol, Oxford, and Cambridge. These three cities are showing great potential judging by the increasing demand for homes and housing in the cities. Related: Property Conveyancing Solicitors in Oxford According to a...
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UK Real Estate Market Trends For 2022

The UK real estate is one of the most dynamic in the world. As we welcome 2022, we are reflecting on what has been the strength and the resilience of the UK property market. In some areas of the country, there has been double-digit growth in property prices.  Related: AVRillo Conveyancing Solicitors in Oxford The...
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L&G Mortgage Club Warns 10 Days Left to Beat Stamp Duty Deadline

Legal and General Mortgage Club have warned that home buyers have 1o days left if they want to beat the Stamp Duty Holiday deadline of 31st March 2021. As reported in Estate Agent Today, L&G have also urged Government policy makers to introduce a tapered end to the scheme to avoid a cliff edge which could...
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AVRillo Sponsors EA Masters 2020

AVRillo Conveyancing are proud to sponsor the Estate Agency Masters 2020. The EA Masters is an event that celebrates the best in estate agency and culminates in an awards ceremony that honours the very best agents and suppliers. AVRillo was founded in 1998 by Angelo and Tony Piccirillo, who began their property careers as successful...
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Coping With COVID-19: Tony Piccirillo

In a recent interview with Today’s Conveyancer, AVRillo owner Tony Piccirillo explained how he positioned AVRillo to protect the firm during the COVID-19 Lockdown. Working from Home and Continuing to Provide a First Class Service to Clients “We are aware of firms who began to adopt a working from home policy just before lockdown hit....
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Which? claim most mortgage holders don’t know their interest rate

The mortgage advice division of the consumer group Which? have released new research revealing that 32% of mortgage holders are unaware of the rate of interest on their mortgage with 29% knowing their exact rate. Related: House Conveyancing Solicitors Redditch In a separate analysis by Which?, it found that there has been a 55% increase...
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Mortgage lending data released

According to new data, Mortgage lending for home buyers plunged by 9% in November, but has risen by 18% over a full 12 month period. The Council of Mortgage Lenders also say there were 27,900 loans to first time buyers in November, which is a decreased figure of 8% month-on-month, but increasing 10% on the...
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Mortgage lending is up!

Chartered surveying company e.surv says overall house purchase approvals, on a seasonally adjusted basis, decreased to 68,218 in December. Though, the second half of the year saw a strong monthly average of 69,572 approvals, compared to the 64,047 in the first six months of 2015. Related: House Conveyancing Solicitors Portsmouth The whole of 2015 has...
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Mortgage Lenders Return with New Deals

A recent article in the Guardian suggests that Banks and Building Societies are slowly returning to the UK Property market with new Mortgage deals. Access to mortgages is another vital step towards a confident booming property in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. At AVRillo Conveyancing we know there are many reasons why transactions fail, but your...
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Fixed Rates and Mortgage Fees on the Rise

According to Financial Reporter, Fixed Rate Mortgages and Mortgage Fees in general have begun to rise. Research by Moneyfacts shows that average rates for fixed mortgage deals, both with and without a fee, have increased by 0.25% and 0.33% respectively since July.  However, these remain 0.35% and 0.19% lower than in March of this year....
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