Monthly Archives: March 2024

The Average Rent Paid by new Tenants in 2024 by Region

The Average Rent Paid by new Tenants in 2024 by Region

In the lively tapestry of our UK property market, each region stitches its own colourful thread, offering a fascinating snapshot of our nation’s diversity – especially when it comes to the average rent prices. In 2024, it’s London that’s still dancing to its own fast-paced rhythm with an eye-watering average rent of £2,872 per month… Read more »

61 Days to Sell a Property in Harrogate

61 Days to Sell a Property in Harrogate

Whether you are a Harrogate landlord looking to liquidate your buy-to-let investment or a Harrogate homeowner looking to sell your home, finding a buyer and then getting the legal work done can take a frustratingly long time.   It is a step-by-step process that can take many months.   One of the worst parts of… Read more »

The Harrogate Property Market Report for March 2024

As a practised estate and lettings agent based in Harrogate, we like to monitor the Harrogate property market, compare it to the UK property market, and then share it with Harrogate homeowners and landlords. For February 2024, the UK property market has seen a continuation of the solid start in the first month of the… Read more »

The 5 Step Process to Decluttering Your Harrogate Home to Sell

This is our five-step decluttering guide to greatly aid Harrogate homeowners in both enhancing their living space and boosting their property’s appeal to potential buyers. Here’s our structured plan that progresses from simple to more challenging tasks: Step 1: Start with Surface Clutter Begin by tackling the visible clutter on surfaces such as tables, kitchen… Read more »

­How has the Spring Budget affected Harrogate Homeowners and Landlords?

The Spring Budget 2024 this afternoon has introduced some changes that could significantly influence your Harrogate property strategies and investment outcomes. Here’s a comprehensive mini-update: Capital Gains Tax Cut: A major highlight is the reduction in the higher rate of property Capital Gains Tax from 28% to 24%. This tax is applicable when you profit… Read more »