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Diary of a clueless gardener – getting started
Diary of a clueless gardener – getting started

by Your Move

The first of a series of blogs from our guest blogger Jacob who, this summer, is trying his hand at gardening for the first time. He shares his experience so you can learn from his mistakes. This week he's getting started with seed trays.

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First-time buyers hit two-year high in April
First-time buyers hit two-year high in April

by Press Office

April saw 32,300 completed first-time buyer transactions, an improvement of 14.9% compared to 28,100 in March and 50.9% stronger than the 21,400 seen in January 2016.

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Rent rises at three-year low
Rent rises at three-year low

by Press Office

Average residential rents in Scotland have climbed 0.6% in the twelve months to April 2016, in the slowest annual rise witnessed since March 2013. This marks a significant downturn in rates of year-on-year growth from 1.1% recorded in March, and 2.1% in February.

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Buying a Grade II listed property
Buying a Grade II listed property

by Your Move

We love listed properties – buildings with special architectural or historic interest, considered to be of national importance and worth protecting. But what do you need to consider when you find a Grade II listed property to buy?

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Record rents recorded in three key regions
Record rents recorded in three key regions

by Press Office

Rents are marching upwards at the fastest pace since last autumn, and have reached the highest levels seen so far this year, according to the latest Buy-to-Let Index from Your Move.

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Congratulations to Juliet, winner of our afternoon tea for two prize
Congratulations to Juliet, winner of our afternoon tea for two prize

by Your Move

We're pleased to announce the winner of our national prize draw for afternoon tea for two at a Macdonald Hotel. Congratulations go to Juliet Kitson.

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Checklist: costs to think about when moving house...
Checklist: costs to think about when moving house...

by Your Move

Moving house is an exciting time but it’s easy to get caught out by additional costs that you may not have factored in to your initial budget, especially if you’re a first time buyer who is unfamiliar with the process.

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Scotland's home sales shoot up 21% since February
Scotland's home sales shoot up 21% since February

by Press Office

Christine Campbell, Your Move managing director in Scotland, comments: “Home sales in Scotland have flourished in March, coming into full bloom with a 21% upswing from February. 

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Our team in Kent & Sussex complete a 90K cycle ride for NSPCC
Our team in Kent & Sussex complete a 90K cycle ride for NSPCC

by Your Move

Staff from our branches in Kent & Sussex recently embarked on a 90K cycle ride in aid of the NSPCC.

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New build, construction or renovation terminology - what does it really mean?
New build, construction or renovation terminology - what does it really mean?

by Your Move

When buying a new build property or renovating an existing property there is sometimes a lot of terminology that developers and builders will use to explain the build process - but what does it all actually mean?

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