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Our new collection of properties

Properties for all tastes An introduction to some of the great properties available in our new collection to suit all tastes, likes and requirements and ranging from city to country to sea! The following is just a small selection – for full details check out our website at thehomecloud.xenacia.com/buy Country Lovers For fantastic country living in a […]

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Election 2015 - Manifesto Review

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Election 2015 – Manifesto Review

  Election 2015 – Manifesto Review Although the four main election parties agree that housing needs a shake up their strategies differ so here’s our easy to read overview of the key points from their manifestos:-   For a more detailed look at each parties Manifesto, follow the links below: Conservative Manifesto Labour Manifesto LibDem […]

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The benefits of buying at auction

Buying at auction is exciting and potentially rewarding if you can bag the property you want at a bargain price but it is also a frightening and potentially expensive experience for the unwary.  If you follow these tips you will have at least a fighting chance of coming out on the right side. Finding an […]

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Property Dictionary

A comprehensive ‘Property Dictionary’ to help you understand the jargon whether you are selling, buying, renting or letting.   Asking Price The price suggested by the seller and but usually considered to be subject to bargaining.    Buying Agent Buying agents are people or companies that offer to buy property on behalf of another party. There is usually a […]

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Understanding Stamp Duty

What is Stamp Duty? Stamp Duty is a tax imposed by the Government and is calculated on the value of the property being sold.  The duty is payable by the BUYER. How Much Will I Have to Pay? The amount is calculated as a percentage of the purchase price as follow:- Purchase Price Stamp Duty […]

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