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Celebrating National Parks Week 2017
Celebrating National Parks Week 2017

by Your Move

From the 24th to the 30th July, to celebrate the unique character of 'Britain's breathing spaces', national parks across the UK are hosting many events including free family events. With a nationwide coverage of branches, Your Move is lucky enough to have properties in and around these beautiful areas. 

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Help to Buy - not just for first time buyers
Help to Buy - not just for first time buyers

by Your Move

Help to Buy is often associated with first time buyers but did you know that it can also benefit those buyers looking to move up the ladder?

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41% of home-buyers view six or more houses before finding their perfect property
41% of home-buyers view six or more houses before finding their perfect property

by Press Office

In a recent survey conducted by Your Move is has been found that four in ten UK homeowners (41%) viewed six or more properties before buying their last home and that 80% viewed more than three properties. 

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Why buy a new build for your retirement years?
Why buy a new build for your retirement years?

by Your Move

Retirement should be about relaxing and enjoying the time off that you have worked so hard to achieve.  So why take the hard route when selecting your new home. Whether you fancy a rural retreat or a bustling town, at Your Move we are able to offer you lots of locations around the country.

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Small increase in prices in September
Small increase in prices in September

by Press Office

House prices edged up by the narrowest of margins in September, with the average price rising £120 over the month to £292,763. Prices in England and Wales are now 3.5% up on last year, with the average house worth £9,896 more than in September 2015. 

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All wrapped up for Christmas
All wrapped up for Christmas

by Your Move Chris Stonock

The perceived wisdom is that it takes five months to see, agree and buy a house. However this is not necessarily true. In September we sold a number of properties almost as soon as they came onto the market. How can we achieve this?

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House purchase approvals rebound in wake of EU vote
House purchase approvals rebound in wake of EU vote

by Press Office

The UK mortgage market continues to experience a degree of flux following the decision to leave the European Union at the end of June, but there is an improving picture for would-be borrowers.

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Top tips for relocating
Top tips for relocating

by Your Move

There are many reasons for relocating, whether it is for a new job, love or to be nearer to family. Relocating can be stressful, with many logistical details to consider, from leaving your current property to getting everything moved. To help you, we have put together a handy guide for relocating, take a look at our advice below…

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What happens when the developer calls you to say that your new build completion date has been delayed by a month?
What happens when the developer calls you to say that your new build completion date has been delayed by a month?

by Your Move

Well, this happened to me only last week and being a first time buyer, I was unsure of what to do next and where to go for advice.

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Student Life - Southampton
Student Life - Southampton

by Your Move

Record numbers of students have already secured a university place for September, with A Level pass rates rising to 98.1% with 400,000 students starting their degrees in the autumn following their A Levels.

As students are working hard at their studies they are also working hard to secure a suitable place to rent. But what should you be looking for when searching for a rented...

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