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  • Date : 10-10-2018

Autumn is upon us and winter will be hot (no sarcasm intended) on its heels. And, because we know how quickly time seems to pass, it’s worth thinking about how you will prepare your home for the seasons ahead. Keep on top of your roof We’ve already had some Autumnal showers but if you’ve had […]

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why to use an agent
  • Date : 24-09-2018

It doesn’t matter whether you are a new or seasoned landlord. Either way, an Estate Agent like Bluestone Sales and Lettings are a handy contact to have. Seriously, letting through an agent is extremely beneficial. Why, you ask? Raising rents and targeting tenants Quality agents are experts when it comes to understanding market conditions and […]

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energy saving tips
  • Date : 28-08-2018

We have been really lucky to experience such a lovely, warm and sunny summer this year. Unfortunately, though, Autumn is almost upon us and winter will be close on its heels. So, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it is probably time to start thinking about conserving energy, to help us all […]

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newport estate agency
  • Date : 16-01-2018

Rental periods come to an end at all times of the year and, quite often, people decide that a New Year is a good time for a fresh start. But if you’ve got a property to let that no one is biting on and it’s been sitting empty for months, it’s time to take a […]

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buyer tips
  • Date : 27-12-2017

I don’t want to come across as all bah humbug, what with the holidays being just around the corner but, let’s face it, there has been a lot of uncertainty around this year thanks to Brexit. Surprisingly, despite predictions to the contrary, when the leave vote was cast in June 2016 (can you believe it’s […]

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buyer tips
  • Date : 28-11-2017

It is now five months since the re-election of the Conservative Party, and much of the political discussion on social media has gone back to pictures of food and funny animals. This is despite the manifesto promises on housing in the political manifestos, which all parties seldom deliver on. Unfortunately, housing has always lagged behind […]

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buying a property
  • Date : 14-11-2017

I am still struggling to get my head around the fact that the year is rapidly coming to a close. And, of course, that means that winter is on its way. I don’t know about you, but I know my wallet is already cringing with anticipation at the prospect of winter and all the expense […]

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  • Date : 21-08-2017

If you are looking to increase the value of your home ready for sale or are looking for extra space for your family, you might be considering a home extension. Since home improvements can be a smorgasbord (I’ve loved that word ever since I visited Sweden!) of rules and regulations, I thought I would delve […]

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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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  • Date : 10-07-2017

Let’s face it, running a home – whether you own or rent – can be a costly business. The average UK household spends almost £3,500 each year on bills alone. The topic came up the other day when one of my Bluestone Sales & Lettings colleagues was lamenting an increase in their broadband bill, which […]

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