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

What’s Next for the Peterborough Property Market?

There is no doubt that Coronavirus will affect the Peterborough property market, but just how? The ensuing economic challenges are going to impact the Peterborough (and UK) property market, yet no one knows the real answer. The newspapers eulogise different opinions, but that’s all they are – opinions and everybody’s got a different opinion. The … Continue reading “What’s Next for the Peterborough Property Market?”

The Green Homes Grant

The Chancellor announced on Wednesday 8th July in his mini Budget some interesting news for Peterborough homeowners and Peterborough landlords. Rishi Sunak is going to give ‘The Green Homes Grant’ of up to £5,000 to cover two-thirds of the costs of environmentally friendly upgrades to your Peterborough property, with the homeowner covering the other third. … Continue reading “The Green Homes Grant”

The Peterborough Property Market – The Last 10 Years

One of my Peterborough landlords contacted me last week from Eye, after he had spoken to a landlord friend of his from Glinton. He told me they were deliberating the Peterborough property market and neither of them could make their mind up if it was time to either sell or buy property following Covid-19. His … Continue reading “The Peterborough Property Market – The Last 10 Years”

Stamp Duty Holiday

Peterborough homeowners and landlords set to save £4,751,890 in stamp duty over the next nine months. The British are infatuated with owning their own property and politicians know that. Margaret Thatcher used it as a vote winner in 1979 when she allowed council house tenants to buy their own home. Coming to the present day, … Continue reading “Stamp Duty Holiday”