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According to e-surv, the average price of a home in England and Wales stood at £343,658 last month - up 0.5% on the previous month and 13.4% on the year, the highest year-on-year growth since 2004. We know the market has been flying – but could this be ambitious reporting designed to capture a headline? How can such incredible growth be achieved during a pandemic?


Auctions have become recognised as the most effective way of selling a property decisively in the shortest possible period of time. Gone are the days of property auctions only being regarded as a sale of last resort; sellers are increasingly seeing some excellent results – for the following reasons:


In this, our last of five articles in the series looking at the serious consequences of seeking to sell privately or through an internet-agency we look at the importance of the fact that buyers buy by comparison.

Establishing an accurate asking price that will optimise your chances of selling at the highest likely price within a reasonable timescale is both an art and a science, particularly during a time when buyers are especially price sensitive.

At Fraser Reeves, we know it is tough being a landlord, and we are keen to offer as much support as we can. Issues that we know vexes local landlords is staying in touch with changing legislation and making sure you comply with regulations.

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