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Bath housing market – post election update

Thursday, June 22, 2017

#bathhousingmarket #post-election The Bath market has slowed down in recent weeks with buyers seeming reluctant to commit. However there is still a shortage of property in the city of Bath and all agents keep saying they are holding out for new stock. Mainly mixed reports indicate that the sense of urgency in the market has dissipated partly due to the vendors holding back if they are not securing the prices they perceive their properties represent in addition to buyers making... View Article


Relocating to Bath – Election Fever!

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

#generalelection #electionfever #electionbath The property market in Bath has been powering ahead in the early stages of the election campaign with reports of sealed bids for one country house near Bath. With over 40 viewings and several offers best bids were invited to secure the deal from prospective buyers. In the more recent run up to the election the number of viewings has been maintained but a noticeable lack of commitment has started to creep in from buyers reluctant to... View Article


Festivals in Bath– A Property Search Agent’s Dream – Part 1

Monday, March 20, 2017

As a Bath property search agent I regularly get asked by prospective buyers and friends what are the big attractions for the city. Apart from the obvious ones which include the timeless history and stunning architecture, leading state and private schools and outstanding transport links I would have to say ‘festivals’…and all the fun things that take place in and around the area throughout the year. Residents and visitors alike are spoilt for choice because not only is the festival... View Article


Relocating to the Bath area can be good for your child’s education!

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

There are of course a multitude of reasons why people relocate to Bath and the surrounding areas but generally speaking there are two main drivers behind them doing so: economic – either to find work or because of a job move, or social – because they want a different quality of life. Using a Bath relocation agent Social and personal reasons tend to be a big pull for people using a relocation agent and it is only when you sit... View Article


Relocating to Bath

Monday, July 18, 2016

Bath is a magical place to live and being England’s only world heritage city provides an atmosphere hard to find anywhere else.  Moving to Bath will open up opportunities to enjoy a fabulous lifestyle including some of the best concentration of high end shops. Having lived myself in London I believe Bath can compete easily with some of London’s famous shopping streets. But that of course is just the start, living in a beautiful city allows you to explore the quaint and... View Article


Summer Events in Bath

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Why choose Bath? Using a property search agent to help you find a property in Bath could be a really smart move. Not just because they will help you find the ideal home, but also because Bath has become (outside of London) a magnet for summer events happening in and around the local area. Events in Bath and the Surrounding Area Bath and the surrounding area has a year-round programme that features renowned annual events that attract visitors and famous... View Article


Bath Property Search

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Searching for property in Bath in this market can be a time consuming process. Estate agents currently report a significant increase in the demand for investment properties, typically one or two bedroom flats, before the April deadline for the increase in stamp duty. In addition there is, and this is by no means unusual, a shortage of family houses which means it is even more important to get into the front of the queue.  Bath Property Search Agent In order to save... View Article


Lovely Places to eat and drink in South West UK

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

TheSouth West of Englandhas an outstanding amount of pubs, taverns, inns and restaurants for the day-tripper or local resident to choose from. At the time of writing, in south Wiltshire, there were no fewer than eight high-end gastro pub cum B&Bs within a 10 mile sq. radius. Whatever grabs your fancy is there to be sampled regardless of it being either Wiltshire or the Cotswolds.  Lovely places to eat & drink in Wiltshire The Forester Inn Address: Lower St, Donhead... View Article


Best State and Primary Schools in the South West

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The south west of England has some of the leading state (primary as well as secondary) and private schools in the country. The locations and names roll off the tongue like a who’s who of where to go and include: Marlborough, The Godolphin, St.Mary’s Calne, Sherborne, Westonbirt, Milton Abbey, Chaffyn Grove, Leadenhall, Clifton College, Cheltenham Ladies and Downside.  Where you send your child is of course a very personal part of parenthood, but don’t think just because you aren’t now... View Article


Relocating to the Country?

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

One rule of thumb that most people adhere to are the ‘five Ps’: there must be a pub, public transport, parish church, primary school and post office.  Quality of life does not, of course, depend simply on one’s individual satisfaction. The vibrancy of the local community, or lack of it, affects everyone.   Surveys have found that if money were no object then most of us would pack up our bags and head to the country, but would only want... View Article