As property experts, we like to keep up to date with the latest property news, but why keep this to ourselves? So each quarter, we will share some of the most interesting stories and ideas that we come across to inspire you and your property dreams as well as the latest news and blogs from Barnes and Barnes.
A View from Grant Barnes
Where did 2020 go? Such a strange and unprecedented year. Here at Barnes and Barnes, we experienced the dips in the market with the first lockdown in 2020, but with the stamp duty holidays and pent up movement in the market, we saw a very busy second half of the year. Turning to this year, we’re predicting the market will continue to be buoyant in Q1, but we wait to see what happens when the stamp duty holiday finishes at the end of March.
We’ve included a recent article on How to Buy a ‘Home Before The Stamp Duty Holiday Ends’ which you might find of interest if you are moving. If you are thinking of selling, we have also teamed up with Joanne Harte, Founder of Systematic Homes to provide the best advice for maximising your home’s appeal to potential buyers.
If you are looking to move and need a property surveyed or perhaps you’re staying where you are but need a valuation, please do get in touch.
How to Get Your House Sold: 8 Top Tips
Are you looking to sell your home? Is your house on the market, but you’ve had no offers? How can you make sure you get your house sold?
How to Buy a Home Before The Stamp Duty Holiday Ends in March 2021
Buyers who want to take advantage of the Government’s stamp duty holiday need to get their skates on or they will miss out on the £15,000 tax break.
Former Islington Cab Office Transformed Into a 140sq ft Micro-Space
Every design trick in the book was used to maximise the tight space inside this tiny North London house, including a standing desk that pulls out of shelves.
The Crown TV Locations: How To Recreate The Royal Look At Home
With a notorious penchant for cereal in Tupperware and a pretty substantial collection of family hand-me-downs, in some ways, the Queen is an unlikely sustainability icon for our times, when it comes to homes, at least.