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PROPERTY VIEW By Richard Blake of Winkworth Dartmouth


Light at the end of the tunnel Prices are falling back in London and the number of sales being achieved nationally have reduced substan- tially. So that is the reality and now for the good news. Markets rarely stay static for long and there are signs


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here is no doubt that market conditions have been difficult over the past few months and it is hardly surprising when you start to list the


obstacles that we have had to contend with. The year started with a spring in its step and was extremely encouraging with excellent first quarter 2017 figures. This was despite the previous year’s increase in stamp duty for second and holiday homes and the changes to tax for private landlords. The Prime Minister then announced a General Elec- tion which put the brakes on the market as an election usually does and, the result of which, left a consider- able degree of uncertainty and a Government without a clear majority. Of course, the Brexit negotiations then began in earnest but which frustratingly don’t seem to have moved forward a great deal. Whilst instruction levels are relatively low throughout the country, buyer levels are also lower than you would normally expect.


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that the Autumn could bring a flurry of sales with in- creased activity from potential buyers and plenty more enquiries coming in. It is of course inevitable that interest rates will start


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to rise sooner rather than later but the market has had plenty of warning of this and it will not come as a great surprise when it eventually happens. It is especially important at the moment to make sure that your prop- erty is priced correctly as the market becomes more competitive. So although the Summer was more difficult than we had hoped, the signs are much more encouraging for the final quarter of 2017 and into 2018.


Please find the proof of your advertisment below. Please check it thoroughly and let us have any amendments as soon as possible so we can complete your project.


We provide a comprehensive decorating, building and repair service to both domestic and commercial clients. Taking great care in our work we have gained a reputation for quality work, finishing contracts on time and on budget.


From remedial work to full refurbishments, we focus on delivering a friendly, reliable service. We work closely with other trades so can carry out most building and refurbishment projects. Whether you are looking for a single room to be decorated or your whole property to be renovated, TDS have it covered.


• DECORATING • PAPER HANGING • DECORATIVE FINISHES • EXTERIOR PAINTING • RESTORING EXTERIOR WOODWORK • LISTED BUILDINGS All our work is fully guaranteed and we carry full liability insurance.


Call us today on 01803 522 570 / 07527 226 637 www.tdsdecorators.co.uk


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