We are delighted to once again support local charity, Jigsaw4U, through our Easter Egg collection. This local charity has worked for over 15 years to support children, young people, and their families, who have experienced bereavement, loss and trauma.
If you would like to donate an Easter Egg, please drop it into one of our two Wimbledon offices (Monday – Saturday) before Friday 24th March.
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Starting with the sales market, at a national level, transaction volumes and enquiries have both seen relatively little change over the month. At Andrew Scott Robertson, we had a very busy start to the year with a greater number of applicant registrations and valuations than last year.
Even in light of stamp duty costs the prevailing demand and lack of supply of houses below £1.8M is attracting competition between… Read Full Story »Posted in ASR News
It’s been another award-winning year for Andrew Scott Robertson with national recognition in the raterAgent Top 50 estate agencies in the UK for customer service
The 2016 awards recognising the UK’s top estate agencies for customer service have just been announced by raterAgent, the trustworthy, transparent sales and letting agent review site.
Independent Wimbledon estate agent Andrew Scott Robertson are delighted to once again achieve the prestigious… Read Full Story »Tags: Awards, Estate Agents, property, RaterAgent, Wimbledon
“We were very pleased with the service from Andrew Scott Robertson. They were professional and friendly and guided us well at every stage through the selling process. Despite increasingly tight market conditions (higher stamp duty – Brexit) they found us a committed purchaser with whom we were able to agree a good price and complete in time for Christmas. A very good service… Read Full Story »Posted in ASR News
The November RICS Residential Market Survey shows sales activity in the UK residential market is increasing, with buyer demand edging upwards for the third consecutive month. As stock continues to dwindle, the headline RICS price balance has risen to 30% in November, which is the highest reading since April, and most of the UK is seeing an increase in prices.
On the supply side of the market, supply shortages remain… Read Full Story »Tags: property, RICS, SW19, SW20, Wimbledon
Christmas is coming to Wimbledon Village and once again, we will be hosting our popular story-time sessions for children at our Village office in conjunction with Like Minders. Limited places available so don’t miss out! Visit http://www.wimbledon-village.com/ for more details… Read Full Story »Tags: Christmas, SW19, Wimbledon, WVBA
Rightmove’s House Price Index released this week shows that London and the commuter belt are still the fastest selling regions in the UK. Here are some of the key findings from their research:
The price of property coming to market in London falls by a seasonal 0.3% (-£1,995) this month, a much smaller fall than the 1.5% average drop seen over the last six years
In… Read Full Story »
To commemorate the fallen we have replaced our properties with poppies… Read Full Story »Tags: #ArmisticeDay, #LestWeForget, RemembranceSunday, SW19, Wimbledon
Research published by Property Industry Eye reports that mortgage lending for house
buying purposes was up 11% in August on the same month last year – despite a drop of almost 40% in buy-to-let borrowing for house purchase.
First time buyers borrowed £5.1bn, up 13% on July and 24% on August last year. This equated to 31,800 loans, up 12% month on month and 19% year on… Read Full Story »Posted in ASR News
We are proud to support local charity, Molly’s Smile Fund. Join us on Sunday 25th September in South Park Gardens where we will be supporting their Family Fitness Challenge to raise money for a Dyslexic Suite at St Mary’s University where Molly studied.
Click here to book your tickets. For more information about Molly’s Smile Fund visit http://mollyssmilefund.org… Read Full Story »Tags: charity, mollyssmilefund, SW19, Wimbledon
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