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Category: Property Market News

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Budget Changes Explained!

How the 2021 UK budget helps you

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Laurels Gold British Property Award 2020-2021.

Laurels have won its fourth Gold British Property Award and we are elated! This year’s award for “Lettings Agent in Surbiton” 2020-2021.

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UK Sales Backlog

The UK sales backlog & the threat it poses! Laurels Managing Director, Robert Muat, has been quoted in a widely distributed article

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Post Lockdown Market Review

It has been almost six weeks since the sales and letting markets were re-opened in England after the effective closure due to

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Covid-19 Update – Appointments Restarting

From Wednesday 13th May 2020, Laurels will be conducting viewings and valuations at properties (due to the government advice now allowing it).

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Budget 2020

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has just released the 2020 budget to the house of commons. The budget has been

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2020 – A completely different market!

The London property market is finally showing signs of life “New year, new home?!” For the past few years this hasn’t been

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When it’s too tough for them, it’s just right for us!

Tis the season to be jolly, but is it the season to move? For years, the period leading up to Christmas has

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Best Lettings Agent – Surbiton

We are absolutely over the moon to announce that we have been awarded the Best Lettings Agent for Surbiton by the British

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Investment Landlords – Are You Maximising the Return on Your Investments?

If you are continuing to use a traditional high street agent because its ‘convenient’ and ‘easy’ then the answer to that question

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Stamp Duty Explained

If you’re buying a property costing more than £125,000, you’ll need to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on your purchase. Here,

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The Perfect Time To Buy A Property

House Prices In London Fall (Slightly) Last week Nationwide said that London house prices fell for the first time year-on-year since the