Housing and the Election: What the Parties say

They’ve been all over our televisions, newspapers and Internet. The main political parties have been thrashing their manifestos out in order to win the publics’ all-important votes. But what are the parties takes on housing? In brief and as an indication only of some of the ideas floated: The Conservatives would like to extend the… Read more »

Renting & The Election: Will Lettings Gain or Lose?

As Election fever begins to grip the UK, we’ve seen propositions for reform that have varied in shades of feasibility and usefulness. As a local estate agent, it is our duty to inform and protect those that live within the properties that we let on behalf of landlords, as well as the landlords themselves that… Read more »

#HomesnotHouses: Behind Our Ethos

The signature of Myrings Estate Agents Ltd here in Harrogate is #HomesnotHouses. In the run up to May’s General Election, all the main Political parties have been falling over themselves to suggest bold, imaginative and (quite often) costly new ways for taxpayers to address the severe shortage of housing in Britain. It’s only during politically… Read more »

The Harrogate Property Blog

In July 2008, Rightmove estimated the rate of descent UK property prices on an annualised basis at 11%, as desperate home owners slashed prices only to receive a stony silence from potential house buyers. The situation here in Harrogate was nowhere near as bad, but throughout Yorkshire Estate Agents were closing down. It was into… Read more »