The consumer magazine Which? has been asking whether some estate agents are pushing the asking price way higher than a property’s true value purely to gain the instruction.
Welcome to the March edition of our exclusive new publication Property News. Thinking of moving this Spring? If so pick up a copy for special Spring offer on your sale fees but hurry as this offer is only available throughout March. This month – Spring Offer, Property in great demand at the right price, 38 […]
Property in great demand at the right price. Welcome to the latest newsletter from Flick & Son. Although the property market is traditionally quieter during the winter months, we have noticed a brisk trade for the time of year with a good number of properties either Under Offer or Sold Subject to Contract by Flick […]
Welcome to the first edition of our exclusive new publication Property News. In our continued aim to offer the most proactive and effective marketing packages for our clients we are delighted to be able to share the first issue of our new publication with you. Property News will be available each month from our five […]
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Flick & Son. We believe it is worth you putting in a little research to help you find an estate agent to represent you in the sale your home.
Christmas greetings to you from everyone at Flick & Son Estate Agents. Please see our Christmas newsletter for details of our opening hours.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement has received a mixed reaction from estate agents and their clients.
Flick & Son carries out regular surveys to get feedback on our services. This helps us shape what we offer our clients in the future. One lucky participant will win a half case of Adnams champagne. Please take part by clicking the link below.
As part of the Government’s Autumn Statement, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond, confirmed plans to ban letting agents’ charging fees to tenants in England. Flick and Son intends to play a large part in the consultation process, along with our professional and trade bodies.
There has been speculation in the news recently that more homes in England might now be rented than are owner-occupied. If so, might we be witnessing a structural change in the housing market brought about by the low interest economy which has persisted since the 2008 financial crisis and further compounded by the Brexit vote?
Have you been tempted to try and find out the value of your home by using one of the valuation tools now appearing online on numerous property websites?
Flick & Son is once again pleased to be supporting Macmillan by hosting a Coffee Morning at our Saxmundham office on Friday 30 September between 10am and 12 noon. Our team will be busy baking cakes for the big day so it is the perfect chance to pop in and have a chat over a […]
Brexit is certainly shining a spotlight on market sentiment, but has it actually impacted on the residential property market?
Last month’s email was sent on the day of the EU referendum so a lot has changed politically since then, with the vote to leave and a change in Prime Minister.
It was great to see so many existing and former clients, as well as professionals we work with, at our recent drinks party to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Flick & Son directors Peter Watson and Chris Burrell-Saward acquiring the business.
Regular subscribers may have noticed that we asked for participation in our occasional survey in last month’s newsletter.
The East of England is continuing to see higher house price rises than the rest of England and Wales, according to latest figures from Rightmove.
The property market has been more active than usual at this time of year, partly due to the Budget announcement of a rise in Stamp Duty on second homes.
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Flick & Son where we are seeing an early 2016 surge in interest to the property market.
A theme is already beginning to emerge in the 2016 property market with reports that prices are edging up purely because of the lack of properties coming to the market for purchase.
As we near the end of 2015, there is much talk about how the residential property market performed this year and predictions of what might happen next year. Flick & Son is only part way into its financial year but in the seven months to the end of November the volume of properties coming up for sale […]
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has made some significant announcements affecting the housing market in his Spending Review announced in the Commons. One thing to particularly bear in mind right is the introduction of an additional surcharge of 3% from next April on Stamp Duty for the purchase of buy-to-let and second homes, unless […]
At Flick & Son, we are always striving to serve you better. Your feedback on our services helps us shape what we offer our clients in the future so we are carrying out a survey to find out what you think of us. This current survey will remain open until 30 November 2015 and, if […]
Housing stock remains the focus of attention with further evidence that rising prices are due in large part to the falling number of properties entering the market across the country. A new report for Home.co.uk claims prices in the East of England have risen as sharply as London in the past six months.
As we enter the last quarter of 2015, we’ve been reflecting on more data indicating that the East of England is now showing greater price growth than anywhere else. At Flick & Son we’ve been looking at prices in our own area. Our monthly newsletter has more.
This month we are focusing on people over the age of 55 and the results of a survey which suggests that many of those who are moving towards pensionable age are considering one more move into the property market.
The property market is continuing to power ahead with latest figures from the Office for National Statistics claiming prices in the East of England are rising faster than any other part of the UK.
Our Saxmundham team will be supporting Macmillan by hosting a Coffee Morning on Friday 25 September between 10am and 12 noon. Senior Sales Negotiator Grace Young is leading the baking and cakes have been promised from the rest of the team so we are sure to have something to tempt you. It is the perfect […]
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Flick & Son. We have been poring over data released by various sources looking at the state of the housing market and comparing it with our own. Our catchment area on the Suffolk Heritage Coast is showing healthy annual price growth, well above the national average.
Welcome to the latest Flick & Son newsletter. Suffolk’s Heritage Coast is looking at its best right now with a very active housing market. This activity has been backed up by figures from Zoopla suggesting that reductions on asking prices are at their lowest level since 2010.
Now that the election is over it is a good time to take stock of the housing market. At Flick & Son, we’ve been poring over some new data made available by the Land Registry, which makes it much easier to assess how the market is performing now and over the past few years.
The latest newsletter from Flick & Son Estate Agents featuring our new website and properties for sale and to let in Southwold, Aldeburgh, Wangford, Chediston, Badingham, Knodishall and Thorpeness. We are delighted to introduce a new and enhanced website at Flick & Son which we hope you will enjoy browsing.
We’ve been welcoming the first sight of big blue Suffolk skies for a while here at Flick & Son as winter makes way for spring. Our optimism towards the changing season has been matched by a lively performance in the housing market for January with figures confounding the predictions. The latest Rightmove Price Index is […]