Mar 19

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Mar 19

Another completion and keys handed over to a very happy client on the purchase of their new home! ✔️🔑

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Mar 19

Positioned in a quiet CUL-DE-SAC in the popular KNIGHTS PARK is this stunning 4 BEDROOM DETACHED family home. The property is in IMMACULATE order throughout, CHAIN FREE and we strongly urge you to call or email us today!

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Feb 19

This superb 3 bedroom family home is in an elevated position and has undergone an extensive refurbishment program with re-wiring, new heating system, brand new kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom, double glazing, floorings and decor. It really is like being in a brand new home!

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Feb 19
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Feb 19


According to the report from UK Finance, there were 370,000 new first-time buyer mortgages completed in 2018, a 1.9% rise when compared to 2017. This is the highest number of first-time buyer mortgages since 2006, when this figure stood at 402,800. The £62bn of new lending in the year was 4.9% more than in 2017.

During December, there were 30,900 new first-time buyer mortgages completed. This was a 1.6% rise against the same month a year earlier. The £5.2bn of new lending in the month was 4% more year-on-year. UK Finance revealed that there were 30,000 new homemover mortgages completed in December last year - a drop of 1.3% against the same month a year earlier.

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Feb 19

According to a new poll, 63% of homeowners are planning on completing a home improvement project this year, but will they be doing it themselves or getting in the professionals?

Anglian Home Improvements looked at the DIY jobs homeowners feel confident enough to attempt themselves and which they would leave to the professionals.

Homeowners are confident enough to carry out jobs such as painting (61%), hanging pictures (53%) and building flat pack furniture themselves (49%) but are most likely to hire a professional for home improvements such as plastering (90%) and tiling (78%).

It’s not even the larger scale DIY jobs that Brits feel less inclined to try their hands at, as over half (54%) would pay a professional to put up curtain poles and blinds, and almost two thirds (61%) would get someone in to change a light fixture.

Many homeowners are also of the opinion that some DIY jobs would take more time and cost more to do themselves rather than using a professional.
Brits estimate it would cost £209.37, in time and materials, to unblock a shower or bath themselves compared to £85, the average cost for a plumber to unblock a shower or bath.

Similarly, people think it will cost them on average £80 more to install new power sockets themselves rather than get in a professional (£241 vs £150).

The study also revealed that Brits are less bothered about keeping up with the Joneses when it comes to home improvements and that our friends and family have the biggest influence on our design choices (12% vs 38%).

The top five biggest influencers on DIY decisions:

1. Friends/families homes 38%
2. TV programmes 36%
3. Home magazines 26%
4. Facebook 25%
5. Instagram 19%

Costas Kariolis, Head of Digital Marketing at Anglian Home Improvements, said: “It’s really positive to discover so many people are planning on carrying out home improvements this year, whether they’ll be doing it themselves or getting in the professionals. Cost, time and confidence seem to be the main reasons people are more likely to pay someone to help around the house rather than make home improvements themselves. In light of this, we partnered with various home experts and influencers to provide homeowners with useful and tips on how to save money on DIY projects. "

Taken from https://www.propertyreporter.co.uk/household/which-diy-jobs-will-brits-leave-to-the-professionals-this-year.html

Feb 19

Received the following by email today, makes it all worth while!!!

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for an extremely good experience renting from you. As a bit of a serial renter I have had my fair share of poor (thats being fair!!) landlords, but you guys have been a revelation!! Breakdowns were always done within 24 hours no questions asked even at weekends!!!! Communication was always fast, constructive and courteous and the professionalism of all the staff I had the pleasure of meeting was exemplary. Again thank you!

Keep up the good work"

Well done Team Evo!!!


Feb 19

We all want to wish you a Happy Valentines day, wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Its a day of joy, love and also have a bit of fun with a cheeky card! Have a great day everyone!

The English Origin of Valentine's

The modern origins of Valentine's Day come from England. The first real association of Valentine's Day with romantic love, or “love birds,” comes from Geoffrey Chaucer’s poem Parlement of Foules. Dating from 1382, it states: “For this was on St. Valentine's Day, when every bird cometh there to choose his mate.” William Shakespeare's Hamlet (1600–1601) refers to both Saint Valentine's Day and the phrase “to be your Valentine,” showing that Valentine's Day was established in British culture by that time.