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The national housing market paints a picture of the “summer doldrums” with mortgage approvals for house purchases at their lowest this year and 23.3% below their long-term average. The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee has also been advised that, by the end of the year, house prices will have risen by just 2%, which would be well below inflation and its slowest pace for five years.

Hodsons know that a pro-active approach to selling homes is essential!

Estate Agents are generally an up-beat type. Selling property to the right buyer, quickly and at an impressive price requires a “can do, will do” approach that is unlikely to be found in a pessimist.

The British can usually be relied upon to be passionate about two conversational topics, football and property. So let’s combine the two and see what effect the World Cup tournament is likely to have on the property market, and how will we, as estate agents, respond to this?

Hodsons are delighted that the St Nicolas School May Fair was a huge success, it was great fun to be a part of the day and we were so pleased to see our winner collect their iPad for correctly guessing how many balloons were in the Hodsons car!  We are so please to announce that the May Fair raised a whopping.......

We British love a royal wedding! The unifying effect of such an event as this weekend’s, in which millions of people are interested (ok, not everyone of course) usually generates a feelgood factor that spreads throughout the economy. This wedding is no different and it comes at a time when the public is slightly jaded by Brexit confusion and needs a bit of a tonic.

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