Local knowledge is vital in the property market, and we are happy to keep you informed with Bournemouth property prices and values for 2020.
While selling property is a very different process of letting property, there are some similarities. We are pleased to say we have helped many Bournemouth vendors and landlords and decluttering is a vital task in both processes.
People want to live in areas that are on up and where there is a sense of positivity in the air. We all like different things, and there is no place that is perfect for everyone. However, when it comes to creating ideal living conditions, there are certain factors which are more important than others. […]
As any landlord will tell you, the period between tenancies can be concerning. If you don’t have a tenant, you don’t generate rental income. Unless you have cover in place, you could be left to pay your buy-to-let mortgage by yourself, which could place a significant drain on your resources.
Selling your home can be a complicated process, which is why it is best to break the process down into smaller tasks. Not every aspect of the process is as critical as the others. When you focus on smaller tasks in order, it helps you make your way through your tasks, and it also allows […]
Even though spring is deemed the most popular time of year to sell your home in the United Kingdom, there is enough evidence to suggest Bournemouth vendors benefit from being active long before then. At Foxes Sales & Lettings, we are ready all year round to help you sell your home, and there is no […]
If you’re selling or buying a property in Bournemouth, there are a few reasons why it may be taking some time to agree a sale – or to find that perfect place to call your new home. So how long is too long to persist in the Bournemouth property market? If you’re looking to sell […]
Freehold or leasehold – which is best? When buying a property in the UK there are two main types of ownership – freehold and leasehold. Boiled down, they mean the following: Freehold: The person who owns the freehold of a property owns the property and the land it stands on. Leasehold: The person who owns a leasehold property […]
Over the summer, the foundations of the Bournemouth property market have continued to be essentially sound, but the current political climate means that all-important element of consumer confidence has been reduced. That in turn is triggering some potential Bournemouth property buyers and sellers to falter slightly and hang fire on making any firm decisions on […]
The UK Government pledged last month to cut greenhouse gas emissions to ‘net zero’ by 2050 – but what does this mean for the UK’s homeowners and landlords? Britain’s 27.2 million homes are currently responsible for more than a quarter of the country’s CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions, and recent research suggests it would […]