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Tim Hollingsworth, managing director of leading surveying and estate agency firm Rumball Sedgwick, explains how your local expert surveyor can save you time and money in 2016.

Tim Hollingsworth, managing director of leading surveying and estate agency firm Rumball Sedgwick, explains how your local expert surveyor can save you time and money in 2016.

Elliott Residential invite you to look at Network E to sell your home

Elliott Residential have announced the launch of Network E, a revolutionary new way of selling property that takes the best aspects of traditional methods of sale and combine these with a process that adds speed, transparency and security.

Development needs to adapt to meet changing taxation landscape

Kane Lennon, Associate Director, Savills Residential Development Sales Northwood In the 2015 Autumn Statement the Chancellor announced a higher rate of stamp duty on the acquisition of “additional properties” such as (but importantly not limited to) buy to let properties and second homes.

It Shouldn’t Happen To A Surveyor!

The Surveyor’s Corner by Tim Hollingsworth Tim Hollingsworth, managing director of leading surveying and estate agency firm Rumball Sedgwick offers his clients some seasonal advice.

The pace of interest rate rises will dicatate the pace of house price growth

The pace at which interest rates rise will be the principal factor influencing house price growth for properties valued up to £1.25 million over the next five years, according to research published by Savills.