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Why Hollywood has come to Sonning…

George Clooney Buys in London Commuter Belt The A-List American film star George Clooney and his wife, human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, have recently chosen a £10 million grade II listed manor house in Sonning to augment their international property portfolio (Stamp Duty £1,113,750). Although George and Alma probably won’t be joining the regular commuter […]

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Period Homes – What do we mean and which do we like best?

If you are in any way interested in buildings then the chances are that you will have a favorite architectural style of home.  For many it’s a deeply emotional attachment and all about what most resonates and makes you think of “home”. In the UK “style” has become synonymous with “period” for example Georgian, Victorian, […]

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Start your property search – the right way

We have researched and reviewed hundreds of buyers’ requirements to provide you with a list of the top questions you need to ask yourself when you start your property search:- 1. Where Can I Park My Car? Strange that a big concern for many home buyers isn’t actually in the home, it’s what facilities exists […]

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Letting fees: Are they fair?

There have been growing concerns surrounding estate agency for some time now regarding a perceived lack of integrity and transparency throughout the industry. Many have called for greater industry regulation to protect customers who are in danger of being short-changed. One particularly emotive issue over the last couple of years has focussed on agent letting […]

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Housing: A Political Issue

It is generally accepted that there is a significant housing shortage currently facing the UK but how important is housing as an electoral issue? Recent surveys produce a confusing message because Ipsos MORI research published in January 2015 shows that 75% of the public agree that “there is a housing crisis in Britain” but 48% […]

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