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Nice and Steady in the Frodsham Property Market

Posted on 30th May, 2019

One of the key factors of the health of the Frodsham property market is the number of properties for sale at any one time. The issue with housing is that when demand goes up, unlike with a chocolate bar factory, who can add a couple of hours overtime to increase...

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Unemployment – the Secret Driver of the Frodsham Property Market?

Posted on 23rd May, 2019

If you have been reading my articles on the Frodsham property market recently, you will see that in the three years since the referendum of the ‘B’ word (that word is banned in our household), we have proved beyond doubt that it has had no effect on the Frodsham property...

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New Home Building in Frodsham, Cheshire West and Chester 2018 rises to 54.8% above the post Millennium average

Posted on 16th May, 2019

Nationally, the number of new homes created in 2018 was 222,194, the highest since 1989. Since 2002, the average number of properties built in the UK has only been 146,700 per year. You would think, seeing all the new homes sites around, you could ask are we building too many...

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Frodsham Buy To Let Annual Returns Hit 8.89% in Last 10 Years

Posted on 9th May, 2019

Many Frodsham people ponder the best places to invest their hard-earned savings, and the best piece of advice I can give you is to do your homework and speak to lots of people. It depends on your attitude to risk versus reward. Normally, the lower the risk, the lower the...

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Which Frodsham Properties are Selling the Best?

Posted on 2nd May, 2019

Moving home is said to be the third most stressful life event, following a member of your family dying or getting divorced. So it is always best to keep your stress levels down by investigating and doing your homework on both the particular area of Frodsham (or nearby conurbations) where...

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What Has Happened to the Frodsham Property Market Since the Last Property Market Crash?

Posted on 25th April, 2019

A handful of Frodsham landlords and homeowners have been asking me what would happen if we had another property crash as we did in 2008/9? The UK property crash in 2008/9 caused property prices in the UK to drop by an average of 18.37% in a period of 16 months....

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