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Our next auction is on the 19th October 2017 at Great Yarmouth racecourse.
There are some exciting and interesting lots so don’t miss out!
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Our next auction has been moved to the 19th October 2017 and will take place at Great Yarmouth Racecourse at 12noon.
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If you are thinking about moving to a new area, near or far away, then we’re the estate agent for you. As members of Relocation Agent Network, we’ve been hand picked as being, in Relocation Agent Network’s opinion, East Norfolk and North East Suffolk’s Local Expert. This means that we’ve met the Network’s strict criteria to become a Relocation Agent, such as quality of service, local knowledge and professionalism.
Offering You an Additional Channel of Buyer
Relocation Agent Network is a national network of estate agents selected by Cartus, the world’s premier provider of relocation services. Cartus uses us to help relocating families move, so when you choose us, you could potentially be marketed to these relocating buyers.
A recent survey conducted by Relocation Agent Network amongst its members, found that the most common reason for people to relocate around England, Scotland and Wales was for employment purposes (26%). Followed by people wanting to be closer to family and friends (25%) and financial reasons (19%).
With out of town buyers an important source of potential purchaser for your property, be sure to choose an estate agent like us, who has access to them!
We’re East Norfolk and North East Suffolk’s Only ‘Local Expert’
Only one estate agent in any given area is selected to join Relocation Agent Network as a ‘Local Expert’ and we can provide you with expert local advice, wherever you are moving to. Even if you’re planning to buy a property outside of your area, we can contact that area’s local Relocation Agent, who can provide the same high standard of service as we do. If you’re thinking of moving why not give us a call and experience the relocation difference for yourself.
Visit www.relocation-agent-network.co.uk for more information on what our Network membership really means.
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The Resolution Foundation has called for more draconian taxation to be levied against second home owners and buyers. In doing so they have drawn no distinction from people who own additional properties for investment or leisure purposes. In their opinion increases in stamp duty and the rolling back of mortgage interest tax relief is not enough to address what it calls the ‘preserve of the wealthy’.
It claims that one in ten adults now own additional properties either for leisure or investment reasons. Second home ownership has increased 30% over the last 15 years while the assets held have increased by 20% in real terms since 2000-2002 and 2012-2014.
The foundation has also found a profound generational gap with second home owners more likely to be ‘baby boomers’ with millennials owning only 3% of additional properties.