Paul Fosh Auctions has retained its position as the premier auction house after once again coming top of the property sales charts in Wales. The Newport-based property auction house is at number one in the national auction league after selling 462 properties out of 612 offered at a total value of £30,245,278 at 11 auctions in 2017. This is the
In a competitive property market, property dressing expert Shelly Robinson of Robinson Stone explains how to achieve the quickest and most desirable sale of your property.
From April 2018, Land Transaction Tax (LTT) will replace UK Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in Wales.
The starting threshold for Land Transaction Tax (LTT) for all residential purchases in Wales will increase from £150,000 to £180,000 when the tax is devolved in April 2018.
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This autumn Taylor Wimpey is urging families in Monmouth to leave the car keys at home and make the journey to school on foot instead.
An incredible young go-kart racer from Pontypool, Torfaen, is set to make his debut in the Super One Series with another season of sponsorship from Taylor Wimpey South Wales.
Work to improve sewer network for new homes and businesses Welsh Water is assisting the development of new homes and businesses in Monmouth with work to extend the sewerage system beginning this month. The not-for-profit company are due to begin work next week to install a new sewer between Blestium Street and the King’s Wood Gate Housing Development off
Property website Rightmove found the average asking price in Wales passed £186k during April, 7.6% higher than this time last month (the largest month on month increase in the UK) and 4% up year on year. This has been driven by strong buyer demand, with the highest number of sales agreed across the UK at this time of year since
Staff from housebuilder David Wilson Homes worked alongside many other local companies, and were quick to answer the DIY SOS call in Monmouth to help a family in need. The tradesmen, based at the King’s Wood Gate development in Monmouth, turned their attention to helping TV host Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team transform a family home. Their efforts were
“we are aiming to pay for one days care which costs £10,958. We have several events lined up over the year – the next event is the South Wales Three Peaks on 25 March” More info about the event can be found here http://threepeakstrial.co.uk/ Here is the link to our justgiving page if you would like to donate to this
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