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Rob Stoyle

Where Landlords Currently Stand on Evictions

It takes flexibility, compassion, and stamina to navigate the eviction process at the best of times. But, due to Covid-19, it takes more careful and considered steps than ever to repossess a property.

Last week, Housing Minister Christopher Pincher gave more detail about how the process will work once the current ban on evictions, introduced back in March, is lifted on August 23.

Rob Stoyle

What’s Next for the Crediton Property Market?

There is no doubt that Coronavirus will affect the Crediton Property Market, but just how?

The ensuing economic challenges are going to impact the Crediton (and UK) property market, yet no one knows the real answer. The newspapers eulogise different opinions, but that’s all they are – opinions and everybody’s got a different opinion. The truth of the matter is we don’t know and won’t know for another few months at least, if not more?

Rob Stoyle

The clock is ticking for buyers and sellers in Crediton who want to get moving

“Life is a Game” is a quote attributed to Mother Teresa, but it could be easily applied to property. As with all games, there are winners and losers when it comes to selling a home. Timing always plays a part in how successful you are, as does having a talented estate agency working on your behalf to get you a winning result.

Rob Stoyle

Crediton Home Buyers & Landlords Set to Save £580,970 in Stamp Duty Over Next Nine Months

The British are infatuated with owning their own property and politicians know that. Margaret Thatcher used it as a vote winner in 1979 when she allowed council house tenants to buy their own home. Coming to the present day, Boris Johnson’s Conservative government have anxieties that the Brits have not been buying nearly enough homes lately and, as with all countries in the world, the British property market was put ‘on ice’ for several months to help contain the Coronavirus, exacerbating the problem.

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Rob Stoyle

An architect’s guide to getting the most out of your Devon property

Since the easing of lockdown restrictions, the property market has roared back into action.

This has been turbo-charged in England and Northern Ireland by the stamp duty holiday announced last week on the first £500,000 of property sales.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a property or simply looking to add value before you sell, Nigel, a partner with JTP, suggests you do your research.

That way, you will be able to identify properties where there is potential to add value.

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2 Industry Award Wins for Helmores!

I am absolutely delighted to announce that we secured Best Estate Agent in the UK and Best Estate Agent in the South West at the prestigious