On the 8th July 2020 it was announced by the U.K government that the purchase of a residential property between the following dates: 8th July 2020 to 31st March 2021, was subjective to pay a reduced rate of stamp duty if the property was above £500,000. These rates apply to both buying your first home or if you have previously owned a property.


When looking to sell your house, one of the last things that may cross your mind is how to prepare your home for a viewing.

You may be wondering, what can I do to give its best chance and to sell to potential buyers? Here at Farr and Farr, we are here to help. We have put together a list of our top 3 tips to help you prepare your house for a viewing.


I expect many of you know Phil Spencer the journalist and presenter who hosts the property shows Location, Location, Location and Relocation, Relocation. In a recent interview with The Daily Express, he revealed the type of estate agent to be avoided at all costs.


I would like to say at the very outset that we are happy to use both of these portals to help our clients sell their homes. Nevertheless, there has been some interesting ‘interaction’ between the two!


Traditionally, spring is the ideal time to put your home on the market. Gardens are usually looking good and the evenings lengthen while 2020 should see the recent gloom of the election and Brexit behind us.


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