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Want To Move By Spring 2018?

September, 29th 2017

Spring is often cited as the best time to move home, and if you want to do so you should get in touch with us right now. When it comes to picking a time of year to move, spring is definitely the best option. Spring 2018 seems so far away at the moment though, right? […]

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Five Reasons to Move to Collier Row

September, 6th 2017

Collier Row has a relatively short history, but a thriving and vibrant community. Why not become a part of it? Collier Row is one of those places that many have heard of but fewer really know anything about. Drive into London along the A12 or along the North Circular, and you will see it signed […]

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Will Havering Be The London Borough of Culture?

July, 26th 2017

Havering is up for consideration for the title of London Borough of Culture, and there’s no reason why it can’t win! Residents have been extolling the virtues of Havering for some time – but the borough could soon attract attention from a lot further afield. Havering, along with the other London boroughs, is in the […]

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Adding Kerb Appeal to Your Home

June, 29th 2017

If you are selling your home, you have eight seconds to make the right impression or lose the deal. How can you make every second count? We have all heard the saying that first impressions matter, but if you are planning on putting your house on the market, you might not realise just how important […]

The Best Places To Rent in Romford

May, 31st 2017

Romford has seen significant regeneration over the past 20 years, and with the arrival of Crossrail, is one of the most popular places to live in the south east. The best places to live are often those that successfully combine a rich history with a modern-day programme of regeneration. Add swift, reliable and modern commuter […]

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Louisa Alice Perris War Diaries Found in Collier Row Care Home

April, 28th 2017

The hand-written diaries of a long-term Collier Row resident provide the kind of personal insights that you will never read in the history books. The remarkable memoirs of 104 year-old Louisa Alice Perris throw a unique light on the family life of an everyday girl who became a woman and survived two world wars in […]

Landlords: Using an Agent vs Renting it Yourself

April, 3rd 2017

Using an Agent vs Renting it yourself   I cannot count how many times I have come into contact with landlords who have previously rented a property themselves and become unstuck, preaching to me how they have had a bad experience. Whether it is a tenant not paying rent or whether your tenant is contempt […]

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The £200m Romford Town Centre Development

March, 27th 2017

With the announcement of a proposed multimillion pound housing development, all eyes are on the popular market town of Romford. Romford has long been a property hotspot. After all, it’s got so much going for it – it has fantastic local amenities, great transport links to the city of London and close proximity to the […]

Keystones Property: 2016 was an interesting year……Market Review

March, 20th 2017

2016 was an interesting year… Keystones Property – 2016 Market Review 2016 was an interesting year, the UK has literally had the highs and lows of the property market rolled into one. There has been a Brexit vote, new tenancy laws, estate agency laws and landlord laws chucked into the mix. Let’s just say that […]

Romford Landlords Enjoy Huge Rent Increases

March, 2nd 2017

Buy-to-let landlords are investing in the Essex commuter town of Romford and have helped to push up property prices by 23% in the last twelve months. As the arrival of Crossrail draws closer, landlords in Romford are already experiencing the effects of the demand to live in this convenient area. The Essex commuter town is […]

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