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Restrictive covenants, what on earth are they?

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Most buyers don’t know what restrictive covenants are, often they will buy a house and not realise the implications of restrictions that is on the land which will in all instances also travel with the land to its new successors. A restrictive covenant prevents the covenantor from doing certain actions such as the use or purpose of the land or actions such as building on the land. Continue reading

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Sell with Love Your Postcode this Fall (Part 2)

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Selling your property has a negative stigma for being stressful and time consuming. Why are we so confident your experience with Love Your Postcode will be so positive?

   This is part two in a series of blogs on how Love Your Postcode is working hard to dispell the negative reputation of Estate Agents. This post discusses the flexibility of Love Your Postcode. If you’re interested in the previous entry, it can viewed at this link.

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Sell with Love Your Postcode this Fall (Part 1)

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Selling your property has a negative stigma for being stressful and time consuming. Why are we so confident your experience with us will be so positive?

   When talking to clients about selling their house, they can often be apprehensive and worried about a process often seen as being a tedious pain where the estate agent is trying to drag the sale out to suit their own needs instead of doing what is best for the client.

   Here at LoveYourPostcode we pride outselves in providing a service that breaks the stigma of selling your house and our reviews definitely agree with this approach. So what makes selling property with LoveYourPostcode so easy? This blog I’m going to talk through a couple of the things we do:

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London house prices to fall up to 5pc as sellers abandon the market

New stock is drying up as vendors sit tight until the general election, says RICS
Estate agents expect house prices in London to drop by as much as 5pc this year with the cost of larger family homes falling the most, an industry survey has revealed.
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Emerging real estate markets expected to lead the way in online property searching

In many emerging countries online property searches are overtaking more traditional methods of looking for a home to buy or rent, such as newspaper classifieds and word of mouth, new research has found.
A new report covering 16 countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America says that these markets are likely to be the main engine of global property growth.

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