Hi and thank you for visiting this blog. On this blog, I will talk about what is happening in the Doncaster property market, even looking at specific streets or housing estates. At other times, I will post what I consider decent buy to let deals. Some will be on the market with me (as I also sell property), but others will be on the market with other agents in Doncaster. I like to look at the whole of market and give you, what I consider the best investment opportunities.
If you see a potential deal, and want a second opinion, without hesitation, email the Rightmove link to firstname.lastname@example.org 07896 988344. I will always give you my honest opinion on the property and its investment potential.
The need for more homes has always been one of the biggest issues with regard to the Country’s housing crisis. One of the main reasons for families wanting to move home is the need for more accommodation as their families grow and so in 2013 and 2015, the planning...Read more →
Lots of people say moving home is one of the top ten most stressful events in your life. Fortunately, there is a way to mitigate your stress. In a nutshell, start as early as you can, plan ahead and do everything you can to make it easy on yourself,...Read more →
Looking back at the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landing a few months ago, it reminded me of the huge changes that have happened to Doncaster and more specifically the Doncaster property market since WW2. Back in 1946, the average wage in Doncaster was just over £5 a week...Read more →
Board games seem a thing of the past for youngsters nowadays with their consoles and mobile phones yet a family favourite in our household that will bring young and old together is Monopoly. Mayfair is the square everyone wants to buy and whilst it is the most expensive to...Read more →
Improving the energy efficiency of Britain’s 27.2 million homes, which are responsible for more than a quarter of the country’s CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions, is seen as key to tackling the issues of climate change, fuel poverty and our country’s energy security. This is particularly important as...Read more →
Of the 12,800 houses and apartments sold in Doncaster (DN3) since 1995, 2,230 of those have been new homes, representing 10.2% of property sold. So, I wondered how that compared to both the regional and the national picture …and from that, the pertinent questions are: are we building too...Read more →
The average homeowner in the UK moves every 20.2 years… That average in the 1970’s and 80’s was around every 10 to 11 years; in the 1990’s it increased to the mid-teens (in terms of years) and in the early part of the Millennium, it dropped again to the...Read more →
In 1979, more than 4 in 10 British people lived in a council house, yet today that figure is only 1 in 12, whilst according to Shelter 65% of families on the Council House waiting lists had been on those lists for more than a year and 27% had...Read more →