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The Billericay Property market 28 June 2018

Property sales in Billericay have seen a 6% drop in the past 12 months. Growth over the same period has been positive with a 3% increase and over the past five years, we have seen a growth of 55%. The Average property sale price was £440,810. 39% of sales were for semi detached homes and 38% opting for a detached property.... Read More

Property consultant required 19 March 2018

Self-employed Property Consultant required Are you Dynamic, energetic, personable and looking for a new challenge? Tyler Estates are looking for an experienced Property Consultant/ Negotiator to help expand into new areas. This role would be challenging yet rewarding with scope to manage your own workload If you are friendly, reliable and passionate about property and helping people you need to be talking to us.... Read More

Important court ruling for landlords 05 March 2018

I wanted to update you on an important court case decision relating to landlords issuing notice to their tenants. A county court ruling on Section 21 notices could have drastic implications for landlords and lettings agents who haven"t obtained gas safety certificates ahead of a tenancy starting, lawyers have warned.... Read More

Ten Questions every seller wants answered 14 December 2017

Home buying comes with a number of different questions that you want answering yet there is no reason why home sellers won"t also have unanswered thoughts running around their head. Whilst the selling and buying of homes are completely unique processes, with a little preparation both can be stress and hassle-free.... Read More

The true cost of moving 27 September 2017

We all do it at some stage in our lives, whether it is to smaller or larger accommodation or relocation due to work commitments, we all move home from time to time. This article looks at the financial costs involved with moving from one property to another.... Read More

Being a good and legally compliant landlord 20 September 2017

As a landlord, you are in a position of trust and responsibility. You have certain legal duties to meet and certain things you must not do. You must not harass your tenants, you must make sure the heating works and the property meets all the statutory requirements.... Read More

The key to holding a property sale together 13 September 2017

We have all heard too many stories or unnecessary delays, money and time wasted and buyers pulling out of property purchases, in this article we give you the low down on ways to speed up the process and explain some pitfalls to avoid. Under English law, a buyer is only committed to carry on with a purchase once their offer has been accepted, after contracts have been exchanged.... Read More

Why you should talk to your broadband provider before moving home 07 July 2017

One of the main jobs that people forget to do when moving home is to call their broadband provider, most people make an assumption that they will just call the provider once you have moved into your new home and it will be a smooth process; but this can mean that you could be left without broadband for a number of days.... Read More

Japanese Knotweed, what is it? 26 June 2017

Japanese Knotweed, as you may guess, originated in eastern Asia. It"s natural habitat is on the side of volcanoes but it has spread into populated areas and has flourished on waste ground. It was introduced to Britain by the Victorians as an ornamental plant and cattle feed.... Read More

De-Clutter your home and help Cancer Research 22 May 2017

We are pleased to announce that we are working in Partnership with Cancer Research UK to help them raise funds for research and to raise awareness of cancer. We all know someone who is touched by cancer and in the office we wanted to do our bit to help this great cause.... Read More

Renting with pets 03 January 2017

With around 50% of the population owning a pet of some sort and the number of renters increasing on a weekly basis, are landlords losing out by excluding pets? The Dogs Trust advocate the benefits of considering pets which increases the number of potential tenants who will view the property and in turn should reduce any void period.... Read More

What makes the best investment? A House or flat? 18 November 2016

A question we get asked a lot by our investor clients, certainly from those new to investing, is whether to buy a house or a flat as an investment to rent out and which would offer the best return. There are two strands to this question. Are you looking for the maximum rental income each month or growth when you come to sell; or perhaps both.... Read More