2017 has been an excellent year for the property market in Monmouthshire and indeed Moon & Co Estate Agents. Demand for property has remained high all year with purchasers keen to take advantage of a vast array of excellent services the area has to offer. Chepstow and the surrounding area is a perfect location for commuters to Bristol, Cardiff or
Architect Garry Thomas anticipates we’ll see the following for 2018… Definitely smarter homes: exciting devices to transform the way we heat, light, entertain and secure our homes – all from a smart device. • More planning support for affordable self-build housing supporting local need everywhere. • More ‘golden-years’ adapted homes, built to reduce an increasing social-care burden. • New material
Joe Parry, Director at Fine & Country/Archer & Co Chepstow, said: “This year, we continue to see an increase in buyers in the Chepstow area, which has helped properties retain and increase their value. The market has been uncertain at times, but people still need to move, and the news of the Severn Bridge tolls continues to bring buyers from
You have probably heard the quote: “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life” and this is certainly true for the staff at Monmouth property Bureau. This year Monmouth Property Bureau has gone from strength to strength, increasing our market share of both sold and rented properties, cementing our reputation as the “go to”
Brexit has not stopped people buying here Despite the constant bombardment of Brexit in every single radio and TV news bulletin and newspaper, 2017 has been an even better year for us selling properties from £150,000 to £1.5m and we are on course to do the same in 2018. Thankfully values remain stable and we have retained our record for
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
“After the announcement made during ARLA Conference this year, we are very pleased to see that the Government is moving forward with its plans to introduce mandatory CMP for letting agents. After years of lobbying and a successful campaign alongside Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, we have finally convinced the Government of the need for this measure. While Propertymark members
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