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 10 June 2013 byHouses are in short supply, but that doesn't mean it will be easy to sell yours. So what can you do to sell your property? Firstly asking someone with an unbiased opinion about your property will help you decide what you can do to maximise its potential.
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 26 November 2010 byThe Loyalty Scheme is completely FREE to our vendors, purchasers and landlords and offers something for everyone – great discounts on everything from nights out to holidays and from fridges to flying lessons!
Posted on 3 March 2009 by Neil MooreDon't put your house on with them they are only a small family company!! This is the comment that was made by another corporate agent to a potential client who put their house on the market with us this weekend. We are a small family firm with 800 offices!
Welcome to GL & Co new blog. We are continually exploring new ways to improve our services to our customers and to the public at large.
Surely the web is the way forward to further improve our communication skills and we have a number of other ideas that will also be at the forefront of information technology.
We shall write on the blog on a regular basis to keep every reader abreast of what is going on in the property market in West Sussex.
So for now I shall just briefly comment on my view of the current property market in Storrington,Horsham and Pulborough where our offices are located.
We have seen a dramatic change in the way houses are valued and are selling and it is still going to take sometime for sellers to realise that values have reduced, However they will, sure as day is day, if they are serious about selling they will have to realise that times have changed and that to sell, you have to be on the market at the correct price.
If sellers put their head in the sand they will not do anything quickly. Sure as eggs is eggs values will go up but not for a least 12 months and some pundits say longer. We all know that whatever price to sell at if you buy in the same market you will get the same discount.