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What are the most popular properties and areas to live in?

Friday, April 21, 2017

Are you selling an in-demand property-type? Are you looking for a home in a sought-after area? According to a recent survey by Relocation Agent Network, the type of property and area that buyers are looking to move to has remained largely unchanged when compared to seven years ago.

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Dreaming of summer?

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Dreaming of summer? As the evenings get longer and the days get warmer it’s time to head outside and get your garden ready for lazy days ahead. Whatever the size of your garden, even if it’s a small patio or roof terrace, a transformation is almost instantly possible even if you’re getting your property ready to sell or are renting a property and don’t want anything too permanent. There’s something to suit every budget so give some serious thought to what you can do to make your garden a real haven for relaxing or entertaining?

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Spotlight on Chesham – our estate agent’s view

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Spotlight on Chesham – our estate agent’s view. Chesham is a popular market town on the edge of the Chilterns, surrounded by picturesque open countryside. Earliest records date back to the 10th century although archaeological evidence goes back to 8000 BC. Historically Chesham is known for its four Bs – Baptists, bootmaking, beer and brushmaking - but today the town’s employment lies in small businesses, technology and professional services. Proximity to the M25 and M1 and an easy commute to London via Amersham’s mainline train service into Marylebone or Chesham’s own Metropolitan Line station into Baker Street, make Chesham a prime commuter town.

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Fun and games for Frost-sponsored Slough Minis

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Teams from as far afield as Jersey flocked to Slough Rugby Club for the annual Minis Rugby Festival on Sunday 9th April. Slough U7s made a promising start recording wins against Drifters and Abbots & Phoenix, a loss against Staines and a draw with Old Albanian Tigers. Slough U8s had mixed results but a lot of fun in their games against Chesham, Staines and Farnborough Pirates before finishing their day with a strong win over Abbots & Phoenix. U11s Player of the Day Jake Evans scored in every game with wins over Bracknell, Chesham, Old Albanians and Farnborough. The team were only beaten with a narrow loss to a strong Jersey side.

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Thinking of buying commercial property?

Friday, April 7, 2017

If you’re thinking of investing in property and residential “buy to let” does not appeal, a commercial property could be a good alternative especially if you run a small to medium-sized business, wish to own your place of work or simply wish to invest. Commercial property can deliver a higher yield than residential but it’s not entirely without risk. So here are some tips to maximise the potential if you’re thinking about buying a commercial property.

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Further redevelopment for Slough.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Slough Borough Council has announced plans for a massive redevelopment scheme on the former Thames Valley University site in Slough to include 1400 new homes, 45,000 sq ft of retail/leisure space and 250,000 sq ft of office space.

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