It's an exciting time of year in Yorkshire as we welcome one of the most exciting events of the sporting calendar to the towns and streets of Yorkshire including Halifax, where our office is celebrating 20 years of trading this year, an impressive feat in itself with no jerseys or lycra insight!
Did you know that estate agency is a business that has no mandatory regulation in the UK, literally meaning anyone can set up as a property seller regardless of experience and aptitude?
At Bramleys we believe in professional development of our staff to give our customers the best experience and maximise the value we can achieve for your most valuable asset. Read more about what steps we have taken to ensure you are dealing with the right people at Bramleys.
The Association of Regulated Letting Agents’ latest Private Sector Rental Report has just been released and it shows a national slowdown of supply and demand for rental property.
This is the opposite of what we are seeing not just this month but year to date in our lettings department which covers our 5 West Yorkshire offices and their surrounding areas.
Helen Hollingsworth explains in more detail.
There are many options available when selling your home. So should you choose an online agent or a traditional high street agent. We look at the differences.
With our own specialist department, Bramleys has huge expertise in the commercial and industrial property market including all aspects of industrial, retail and office space sales or rental, disposal of land and development and property investment consultancy on an individual or multiple basis. We wanted to introduce some of our commercial team.
New buy to let rules from the Bank of England come into force from the 1st October which will make applying for a mortgage much more complicated.
Bill Keighley our head of Financial Services explains the key changes.
Bramleys are excited to be working with renowned local builder Heywood Homes on a fantastic new scheme in Meltham.
Early bird reservations on available homes before the 21st July will receive a free upgraded specification package on their home.
“Britain 'is on the brink of the worst house price collapse since 1990s': experts predict property costs could plunge by FORTY PER CENT ran the headline in a well know Sunday newspaper this week.”
There is no doubt that there is some uncertainty in the market place predominantly caused by the current political situation and affordability for deposits but here is our take on that big headline.