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At Aldreds we offer a diverse range of holiday properties for sale. Whether you are looking for a riverside bungalow on The Broads or a holiday chalet in Hemsby or Kessingland! Holiday chalets can start for as little as £10,000 so offer a great opportunity to invest in your seaside retreat without breaking the bank. If you want to push the boat out a little further why not buy a cottage in the villages. These can start from as little as just over £100,000 and offer great access to the countryside around East Norfolk & North East Suffolk. Contact your local Aldreds office now for more information.
Don’t forget you can visit the above developments 10am till 1pm every Saturday and Sunday without an appointment. A blend of apartments and townhouses. Prices start at £160,000 Just pop along and Beatrix, Tracie or Alan will be delighted to show you round!
Aldreds are delighted to announce that we will be acting on the sale of Palmer Court, Gorleston. An exciting development of four, three bedroom, three storey semi detached houses. More info and prices to be released shortly. However, call our Gorleston office now on 01493 664600 to register your interest!
The highly popular Kings Drive development is drawing to a close! We only have a handful of properties left! All four and three bedrooms properties are now sold. We have three, two bedroom semi detached houses with garages at £185,000 left. We also have two 80% ownership two bedroom terrace houses at £135,000 & £140,000. Get in quick to avoid disappointment!
Stamp duty receipts dropped by 8.5% in 2018 compared to the previous year. The take was still over £8billion but down £802million on the year before. There was also a large drop seen in receipts from the 3% additional homes surcharge. Some of the drop has been put down to a sluggish London housing market. Clearly with far higher house prices the capital also has far higher stamp duty receipts. However much may be deliberate and by the governments own making. The extra relief for first time buyers coupled with a rise in people buying there first home last year has without doubt had an effect.