In this month's edition, we take a look at the reasons a Bristol buyer will walk away from a sale.
Further into our newsletter, we discover how you can find your dream Bristol home for the right price.
Finally, we explore how much you know about the mortgage process and the recent changes with tenancy evictions in Bristol.
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When it comes to purchasing a property, eight in ten Brits admit to being 'picky buyers', with research showing that a poor Wi-Fi connection is enough to put a third off a new home.
You might think you’ll never be able to afford your dream home, but there are a number of ways that you can make it happen.
From finding a doer-upper to avoiding expensive trends, here are seven ways you can make your money go further.
According to a recent survey, buyers are hopelessly uninformed on the mortgage process.
Whilst the furlough scheme was active, 64% of those living in Britain believed that lenders would not consider whether they received support when applying for a mortgage in Bristol.*
Over the last 18 months, a number of measures were put in place to protect tenants who were unable to keep up with their rent payments.
This put a strain on landlords and the lettings market as a whole, with the government easing the rules gradually to help all parties involved recover from the effects of the pandemic.
Winstones Road, Barrow Gurney
Stunning five bedroom detached family home located in a prime location with south facing garden, beautiful views and double garage. Outside the property enjoys a large level rear garden and far-reaching views over countryside fields
Guide Price £1,200,000
Lampton Road, Long Ashton
NO CHAIN Three-bedroom semi-detached home located within a short walk from excellent primary school and within close proximity to village amenities, offering a private GARDEN, GARAGE and PRIVATE DRIVEWAY.