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buyer tips
  • Date : 17-07-2018

Are you an empty nester who feels they are rattling round in a too big, empty house now the kids have flown the coup? Perhaps cleaning your spacious house is becoming too much of a chore and you want to spend less time vacuuming and more enjoying your free time doing things you love? (Let’s […]

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  • Date : 10-07-2018

Buying a home is a minefield of legalities, terms and conditions, even for seasoned homeowners. So, I imagine it’s pretty mind blowing for first time buyers! For all those out there about to dip their toes in the property market for the first time, I thought I’d offer you the lowdown on some of the […]

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regeneration in newport
  • Date : 05-06-2018

The property market can be pretty volatile, taking into account the demand for homes, the economy and more. So, it’s pretty difficult to predict house price trends, even at the best of times. Of course, Brexit is still all up in the air and we don’t really have a clue where the negotiations are heading. […]

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newport property market
  • Date : 03-04-2018

As a bit of a champion for Newport, I’ve been telling people for ages what a fantastic city it is. And we now have a new feather in our cap to further support my claims… Newport has recently been pegged as the fastest-moving property market in Britain. It now takes just 52 days for the […]

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newport house prices increase, selling your property in newport top tips
  • Date : 06-03-2018

When it comes to buying a home, a lot of it comes down to personal taste. I don’t know if it’s because of my experience as an agent here at Bluestone Sales & Lettings and constantly viewing houses for sale in Newport or not, but I am pretty good at looking past the clutter in […]

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  • Date : 19-12-2017

Housing Minister supports Government report which calls for new measures to protect rental money Bluestone takes on new CMP cover to safeguard the money they handle for landlord and tenants in Newport Letting agents across the country will soon be required to protect rental monies through an approved Client Money Protection (CMP) scheme, following the […]

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landlord
  • Date : 04-12-2017

Becoming a landlord and renting out property is not a decision that should be taken lightly. If you are unprepared, you may encounter many problems. So, before you take the plunge, it is extremely important to ensure that you have a sound understanding of your responsibilities as a landlord. To help you decide if it’s […]

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  • Date : 01-08-2017

If you’re looking to sell your property, I can imagine you want to make it as attractive to buyers as possible. Unless you are willing to simply sit and wait for someone to decide that your home is the one for them, going the extra mile and ensuring your property is sale ready really is […]

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newport crime
  • Date : 25-07-2017

The property industry is one of the most heavily legislated industries there is, particularly when it comes to the rental sector, therefore property law has come into question again. And to be honest, I am not surprised. People have standards however unfortunately there are landlords out there that don’t. So, to stop UK residents who […]

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  • Date : 18-07-2017

At the last count – in August 2016 – there were 65,192 dwellings in Newport. (Forgive me if I don’t give you an updated figure any time soon…. It took me ages to get around the city and count them all). 42,730 (65.5%) of these homes are owner occupied (either owned outright or with a […]

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