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This blog follows the property market in Peterborough. You’ll find tips, guidance and analysis that relates specifically to this area. It will also include structured opinions and valuable advice on current and forthcoming property related topics.

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“Real estate practice is not about selling or buying a home. It’s about representing your client’s greatest asset to your clients greatest benefit.” – Alex Delgado


Peterborough Property Market Improved by 21.8% Over Pre-Pandemic Levels

Has there ever been a better time for Peterborough home sellers? The Peterborough property market, for people looking to sell, is at its sturdiest for at least the last five years with home buyers jumping onto the Peterborough property ladder with abandon. Peterborough house prices are anticipated to rise throughout 2021 after the Stamp Duty … Continue reading “Peterborough Property Market Improved by 21.8% Over Pre-Pandemic Levels”

Peterborough First-time Buyers Can Now Buy Using 5% Deposit Mortgages

Yet higher mortgage rates could see Peterborough buyers paying a lot more each month for the privilege… Being a Peterborough first-time buyer in the last 12 months has not been an easy thing. Just before lockdown there were 400 ‘5% deposit mortgage’ deals and first-time buyers were able shop around to get the best deal. … Continue reading “Peterborough First-time Buyers Can Now Buy Using 5% Deposit Mortgages”

Peterborough Home Buyers £2,033,577 Windfall as Stamp Duty Holiday Stretched to September…

…and new 5% deposit mortgages for Peterborough first-time buyers The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced two initiatives to keep the Peterborough property market firing on all cylinders into 2021. Firstly, the £500,000 zero-rate Stamp Duty band has been extended to the 30th June 2021. After then it will phase down to £250,000 for an additional three … Continue reading “Peterborough Home Buyers £2,033,577 Windfall as Stamp Duty Holiday Stretched to September…”