Buying off plan

6 quick ways to make your Cheadle home feel more organised

Last week saw the property market slowly re-open after two months that shocked the very fabric of our everyday lives to the core. As such, our High Street branch has slowly seen an increase in calls with people looking to sell their homes. If you too are thinking of selling, now is a great time to get your house in order so that you can maximise your home’s potential value. A well-organised home is extremely attractive to buyers, so here are six easy ways to make your Cheadle home feel more organised. [···]

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Covid-19 update for Cheadle home buyers and sellers

We are cautiously delighted that Maurice Kilbride Residential Sales and Lettings Limited have been given the green light by the Government to recommence the business of estate agency and lettings including market appraisals and viewings, however, we realise that we also have a social responsibility beyond that of being your local trusted estate agent and recognise that as a buyer or seller, you will have concerns given the ongoing situation with COVID-19. [···]

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How kerb appeal can aid a post-lockdown sale in Cheadle

The restrictions are starting to lift and although it will take a long time before things resemble what they were, there are trickling signs of life returning, whatever that might look like in the short to medium term. The last seven weeks have given people a lot of time at home and to think about their future property needs, although not everyone will have the desire to continue with their plans to move, and others’ decision to find a new home Cheadle could be a recent one. But before you race to get your home up there on the big wide web, take some time to consider if it’s ready for sale, and how your home looks from the street should never be neglected. So,how can your home’s kerb appeal aid a post-lockdown sale? [···]

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Get ready, get set – It’s time to start looking for a new home in Cheadle

In this strange and worrying new world we find ourselves in, with the country in lockdown, many of us furloughed, and social distancing becoming the new norm, it may seem a very strange time to start the search for a new home. You might have been thinking about moving before the pandemic but have now put your plans on hold; or maybe having to #stayathome has identified issues with your existing home and sparked a desire to move and you can’t get it out of your head. Just because many things have been put on pause doesn’t mean you can’t look to the future, and this is why now might be a great time to start the search for a new home in Cheadle. [···]

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How can you move your sale forward during lockdown?

Sellers who are already on the market are feeling understandably impotent during the coronavirus lockdown. Despite the current market hiatus, there are a number of things that a seller can do in readiness for the market restarting. [···]

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Virtual ways to keep all your family entertained in Cheadle

Staying at home is a challenge, staying away from family and friends but also keeping up with new ideas to keep the whole family occupied. Many of us are embracing this time as precious as we are getting quality time with the ones we love even if there is a little or big little now and again. If you’re finding the lockdown in Cheadle stressful – especially as we now have at least another three weeks to endure- we hope these ideas will help keep you and your family entertained. [···]

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Should we consider buying a house now?

Spring is upon us, which Estate Agents usually love and traditionally involves a spike in home buyers viewing properties, negotiating, and buying a new home. But this sadly is no ordinary Spring and an unprecedented one for the property market.

The coronavirus outbreak, with its quarantine and lockdown measures and economic uncertainties has many prospective home buyers wondering – Do we buy now or should we hang on and see how the market looks in a few months? [···]

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6 things to enhance the saleability of your home during Lockdown

These are strange and worrying times we are living in because of Covid-19. Cooped up inside for much of the time, either social distancing or self-isolating, means spending much more time around the house than normal and once the novelty wears off, let’s face there are only so many board games you can play or Netflix binges you can handle before starting to go a little stir crazy. [···]

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Will Coronavirus Affect House Prices in Cheadle?

What a tumultuous time it has been in the world in recent weeks! I don’t think any of us could ever have imagined this scenario in our worst nightmare! But here we are people fearing for their health, family and friends, their jobs, businesses, everything has ground to a halt. The property industry has also been hit hard, we are no exception, so unsurprisingly, this is one of the most asked questions we are hearing right now. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, some people, entirely understandably want to know will coronavirus affect house prices. [···]

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How our Cheadle office has adapted to the current crisis

The last seven days in this country have been quite unprecedented in most of our lifetimes. As the Coronavirus pandemic has worsened, there have been a progressive series of announcements from the Government on a daily basis, which has started to change how we run our business, and then, with the announcement of a ‘lockdown’, traditional estate agency changed overnight.  Our branch on High Street has had to close, yet, unlike many that doesn’t mean we are shut altogether.  As with many businesses up and down the country we have had to rethink the way our business operates in these unprecedented times; this is how we are adapting our estate agency in Cheadle to stay open. [···]

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