The West Sussex Property Blog
A blog about West Sussex property matters created to keep our customers and the public up to date with the every day changes and ups and downs of the property market.
As a market leader in the area with years of experience we believe we are well placed to advise customers on the best possible route to sell, buy or rent their property. This blog will hopefully be interesting and at times amusing but most importantly informative. Enjoy...
Posted on 17 December 2010 by Neil MooreWe are likely to get more snow this winter, and it will definitely be very cold – snow or no snow! What can you do to keep your properties ship shape for the season:
Posted on 13 December 2010 by Neil MooreNeil Moore Managing Director of Guy Leonard & Co reviews the property year and looks forward to a steadier 2011. Overall, 2010 has been an annus mediocris for estate agents. Or to use a more contemporary cliché it has been a year of two halves........
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Posted on 12 November 2010 by Neil MooreAs the clocks go back and the nights draw in Neil Moore of Guy Leonard & Co offers some frank advice for sellers this autumn. From time to time, as autumn falls, mists envelop us and it is hard to see ahead. In the property market mist has come early this year and it is difficult to predict a pattern.
Posted on 1 July 2010 by Neil MooreA Game of Two Halves! Neil Moore comments on the property market after a very busy Spring.
Posted on 25 March 2010 by Neil MooreThe Chancellor Giveth and the Chancellor Taketh Away The 2010 Budget was, overall, rather neutral for the property market. But there are some winners and losers. The increase in the Stamp Duty threshold - doubled to £250,000
Posted on 10 February 2010 by Cathy MooreWe all know our own profession inside out but do we ever think about the day to day workings of the jobs other people do? I’m not sure we do so perhaps it would entertain the reader to think about the daily routine of a letting agent.