HartColeman Estate Agents Blog posts

  • 27/08 2016 News
    The Property Market Post Brexit

    The Property Market Post Brexit

    Has Brexit affected the UK property market? The simple answer is yes but not in the way predicted by the experts....In spite of rumours prior to the Brexit vote, house prices appear to be holding firm and should do for the remainder of this year, according to analysts. There may still be some change however it won’t be as dra...
    By: HartColeman|Date: 27/08 2016
  • 06/05 2016 Other
    New Eastbourne Independent Editorial

    New Eastbourne Independent Editorial

    " Top service from a warm and friendly team" HartColeman Estate Agents Hailsham.
    By: HartColeman|Date: 06/05 2016
  • 01/10 2015 News
    Estate Agents Eastbourne | Eastbourne house prices on the rise.

    Estate Agents Eastbourne | Eastbourne house prices on the...

    If you are looking for estate agents in Eastbourne, then it is more than likely that you are thinking of either selling or buying a property in the Eastbourne area. In terms of selling your home, Eastbourne property prices are on the rise, with the location attracting more buyers than ever at the moment. This in turn means th...
    By: C hart|Date: 01/10 2015
  • 21/09 2015 News
    New High

    New High

    Asking prices for homes coming on to the market in England and Wales rose to a new record high in September, as sellers in the priciest areas tried to cash in on demand from buyers able to access credit cheaply.Property website Rightmove said the average asking price of a home in the UK had increased by 0.9% over th...
    By: Source Guardian|Date: 21/09 2015
  • 14/09 2015 News
    House Prices

    House Prices

    House prices shot up by 2.7% in August, according to the Halifax, the highest monthly rise since May 2014.The surprise leap contributed to a 3% rise in prices over three months and annual house price inflation of 9%. The average house price now stands at £204,674, according to the lender.“The shortage of secondhand prope...
    By: Source : Guardian|Date: 14/09 2015
  • 11/07 2015 News
    Planning shake-up to get more homes built

    Planning shake-up to get more homes built

    Developers could get automatic planning permission to build on disused industrial sites in England.Ministers would also get powers to seize disused land, while major housing projects could be fast-tracked, and rules on extensions in London relaxed.Business Secretary Sajid Javid unveiled the plans as part of a broader pus...
    |Date: 11/07 2015