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Rob Stoyle

Why do Half of Crediton Homeowners Move Again Within 5 Years and 43 Weeks?

In Britain, there are 27,071,500 households, of which 17,044,450 are owned, and are worth a total of £3,925,865,212,950 (£3.92 trillion). Over the last 5 years, an average of 86,096 properties sell each month, meaning just over a million UK households move home per year. Therefore, the average British homeowner moves every 16 years 5 months.

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Rob Stoyle

Fewer Crediton Homes ‘For Sale’ in Last 4 Months

With most Crediton families home schooling their children in lockdown and the forthcoming Stamp Duty Holiday deadline on the 31st March 2021, less Crediton properties have been coming onto the property market since the new year. This has prompted about a 10% drop in the supply of Crediton homes for sale compared to October 2020.

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Rob Stoyle

Lockdown Update for Sellers and Buyers in Devon

In this two-minute read, we look at what the announcement on Saturday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson means to home sellers and buyers in Crediton and surrounding areas. On Saturday we received confirmation England will go into lockdown from Thursday, November 5 until at least December 2. So, how will this affect people in the

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Rob Stoyle

Crediton Millennials Moving Back in with Mum & Dad?

Roll the clock back 20 years and any self-respecting late 20/early 30 something would never say on their first date that they lived with their mum and dad. It was seen as a sign of immaturity being tied to your mother’s apron strings with as a failure to leave the family home. Yet over these last two decades, the age of leaving home has been increasing steadily from 20 years and 11 months in the late 1990’s to 22 years and 7 months today.

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Rob Stoyle

7 Ideas to Soothe Back to School Worries in Crediton

The lockdown and ongoing fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic have been tough for everyone. But it’s been especially hard for school-aged children.

They’ve gone months without seeing a lot of their friends, have had their routine turned upside down and now face new worries as the schools head back in September.

It’s going to be a challenging time for parents and kids, but these seven ideas from the University of Calgary in Canada can help ease any Covid-19 concerns that going back to school may bring.

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