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- So is the property market really that bad?
Almost on a daily basis we see headlines such as 'House prices decline for the third month', 'House prices set for prolonged downturn', 'Gloom on the North-east property market'. But is it really that bad?
- A mountain to climb for air medics
Mr Carver who works for Darlington based Carver Residential, managing the Northallerton and Richmond Branches, has been training hard for the six day treck. The mountain is nearly 20,000 ft above sea level and demands a high level of physical exertion. Mr Carver said : ” I’ve done a couple of hikes in the Lake [...]
- Home Linked to Historic Hall Goes on the Market
A PROPERTY that has a past closely entwined with that of the region’s newest luxury hotel is on the market for the first time, having been passed down through three generations. Cote Ghyll, in Hurworth, near Darlington, is built on land that once belonged to the estate of neighbouring Rockliffe Hall, now the region’s first [...]
- Reaction to the emergency Budget
Gordon Carver director of Nick & Gordon Carver Residential (Part of the Carver Group), said everyone involved in the property sector – including homeowners – was likely to be relatively reassured. “After some of the more alarming forecasts of what George Osborne might have announced, we can now breath a sigh of relief,” he said, adding [...]
- HIPs Suspended
As of tomorrow 21st May 2010 the government will be suspending the use of Home Information Packs (HIPs) with immediate effect. Homes sold on or after tomorrow will no longer need a HIP pack.
- Separated Couples Forced to Cohabit.
A quarter of couples who have split up are being forced to continue living together because of the high cost of housing, research has showed.
- Stamp Duty cut more beneficial for the South
Gordon Carver (director of the Carver Group) has recently commented in an article "It would be more beneficial to first-time buyers in the more expensive South, since the average house price for first-time buyers in the North-East is £120,000"*.
- Break the chain with part exchange
Carver Residential are helping buyers and sellers to ‘break the chain’ through a part exchange service that reduces the delays associated with moving home.
- Mystery of home’s historic friezes
The owner North Hall, in Barton has a unique sitting room feature is appealing for more information about its history.
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