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Nottingham First-time Buyers Keeping our Local Property Market Afloat

The Nottingham housing market is relativity buoyant, thanks to an unexpected group of people – Nottingham first-time buyers.

Many Nottingham tenants are annoyed with competing for Nottingham rental properties at high rents. Therefore, over the last 12 months, many renters have been stretching their finances to get on the Nottingham housing ladder, despite sky-high mortgage rates.

Using data from the Office of National Statistics, Land Registry and the Bank of England … 

of the 10,258 properties bought in the last 12 months in the Nottingham area, 2,780 were bought by first-time buyers. 

With just under 1 in 3 house purchases made by first-time buyers in the last 12 months, it might surprise many that this has been steadily growing since 2010 when only 1 in 5 house purchases were made by first-time buyers.



First impressions count when trying to sell your property. Staging is a crucial step in ensuring that prospective buyers have the best possible impression of your home. Staging involves making your house appear at its best. By moving furniture around, purging the house of clutter, and adding finishing touches, you can show off your property in its best light. In this blog post, I'll explain the importance of staging your property when it comes to selling it.




The process of selling a property can be time-consuming and frustrating. It frequently entails a number of stages, ranging from decluttering, organising, and staging to dealing with viewings and negotiating with prospective buyers. 


There are, however, ways to expedite the selling process and sell your house quickly without compromising on the price.


For those wishing to sell their property quickly, here is some advice.


After posting about the Renters Reform Bill yesterday, I have received several calls from landlords who are keen to learn more. I have since gathered additional information from the white paper, although specific details are yet to be revealed. It is anticipated that the bill will have a new name, which will reflect the objectives outlined in the government's own White Paper on rental reform, released approximately 11 months ago.

While the precise details of the new bill are yet to be disclosed, it is expected to bring significant changes to the rental market. As such, it is important for landlords to stay informed and to prepare for any forthcoming alterations to regulations.

We will continue to monitor developments closely and provide updates as soon as they become available. In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to offer guidance and support.

That document contained these pledges to shake up the private rental sector - and we’ve used the words from the White Paper: 



Moving home is a big life event for children. While some children are thrilled about moving to a new house, others might feel stressed, anxious, or sad. There are many ways in which parents can help guide their children through the big emotions that moving home creates, we will look at some of them here.


Children can benefit from moving to a new home, especially if the transfer is motivated by a good change, such as better employment, a safer neighbourhood, or an improvement in living conditions. They might be delighted to have a bigger bedroom, a garden to play in, or an exciting new park or playground nearby. Moving home gives them the chance to meet new people and explore new environments, which can broaden their social and cultural horizons.


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