Top tips to help sell your property in Cheltenham

Selling your home in Cheltenham? Our experienced team are here to help you find the perfect buyer and the best possible price but there are a few things that you can do to help sell your property. Our team have...

How Hygge & Lagom affected property searches

Hygge is the Danish lifestyle concept that swept the nation last year and had an impact on everything from food, entertaining and design. But how did has it affected property searches? Loosely translated as being cosy, content and happy in...

Charles Lear & Co. win International Property Award

Charles Lear & Co. is celebrating have been named winners of the ‘Real Estate Agency for Gloucestershire’ category at the International Property Awards; announced at an awards ceremony in London in November. The team pipped a host of other Gloucestershire-based...

The Housing Market In Cheltenham Post-Brexit June 2016

We are asked on a daily basis how the market is and whether there have been many changes in activity and indeed values since the EU Referendum on 23rd June. Whilst the result came as a surprise to many, we...

What could Brexit’s impact on average house prices be?

With the EU referendum vote taking place in the UK next month (JUNE 23 2016), the NAEA and ARLA have issued a joint report on the expected impact of a Brexit on average house prices in the UK. The report,...

House prices in UK up 5.2%, says ONS index

According to the annual data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), UK house prices have increased 5.2% in the year to August 2015. This is the same as the previous month, excluding England’s capital London and the South...

Demand for swimming pools increases

According to a study conducted by Direct Line’s Select Premier Insurance, the demand for swimming pools has increased by 17% overall according to high end estate agents. People purchasing prime property in the UK are after high quality sport and...

First time buyers optimism on the rise

For any property market recovery, an increase in first time buyers is always used as a positive indicator for the buoyancy of the market. New figures have shown that in July, the number of first time buyers in the market...