28th November 2017

Budging the Problem

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company comments on the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s autumn budget and how it affects the property market. In the autumn […]
4th August 2017

What’s Good for the Goose

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company suggests a new way of thinking when it comes to selling property. Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates, thinks that we […]
3rd July 2017

The Sorting Hat

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company gives some timely property buying advice now that the general election is over Many of us know about the […]
22nd February 2017

We’re Hiring! Weekend Sales Assistant Role

We require a Weekend Sales Assistant   To work every Saturday – 9am till 4pm Full driving licence with use of own car needed Excellent customer […]
2nd February 2017

Homance

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company offers some timely estate agent matchmaking advice as we head towards Valentine’s Day. Hard as it might be to […]
4th January 2017

Property Market Preview 2017

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company gazes into the property market crystal ball for 2017. The national press is fond of repeating what some estate […]
11th November 2016

The Art of the Sale

Tim Russ from Tim Russ & Company offers some good advice about selling your home in this or any market. In 1987 a book called The […]
2nd September 2016

Hexit

Tim Russ from Tim Russ & Company takes a look at the post-Brexit property market and offers some sound advice to those selling their homes over […]
27th May 2016

The Housing Market – Long Term View

Headlines in the press and the TV are dominated by Brexit.  I think it has become rather boring.  Perhaps it would be a good idea to […]
3rd May 2016

After the Gold Rush

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company takes a look at the property market now the rush to avoid a higher stamp duty is over. It […]
29th April 2016

Stamp duty surcharge and the property market

So, it is April and the dust has started to settle from a very busy time in the rush to get property transactions completed by the […]
6th April 2016

Not in the National Interest

Tim Russ of Tim Russ & Company goes beyond the hype and looks at what is really important in buying and selling a property this spring. […]
31st March 2016

Reaction to the Budget 2016 – what does it mean for housing?

The Chancellor’s summer Budget and Autumn Statement last year gave those in the property industry plenty to ponder and get enraged about, but his latest Budget […]
8th March 2016

Tim Russ’s Market Update

I look forward to March.  We all look forward to spring, warmer weather, are gardens and the countryside coming to life.  Easter is early this year, […]
14th February 2016

Love thy neighbour (it seems not always!)

According to the latest research, for 18 million Brits, their neighbours have become a nuisance. 51% of those who have encountered a nuisance neighbour feel stressed […]
14th February 2016

CML: Lowest mortgage arrears in a decade

2015 saw the lowest arrears rates in more than a decade, figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders show. In 2015 just 0.92% of mortgages were […]
14th February 2016

Over a third of private tenants are not saving to

A report appears to show that well over a third of British tenants are not saving to buy. A poll of 2,986 tenants shows 62% saving […]
14th February 2016

First time buyers spend £52,900 on rent before buy

First time buyers typically spend £52,900 on rent before getting on the housing ladder, the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) Cost of Renting report claims. […]
5th February 2016

Halifax: Average house prices now at over £212,000

Average house prices in January stood at £212,430 say the Halifax. The ‘seasonally adjusted’ average was 9.7% above that of January 2015 and was a 1.7% […]
5th February 2016

A Help to Buy ISA is opened every 30 seconds

Potential first-time buyers have opened a Help to Buy ISA account every 30 seconds since the scheme was launched on 1 December 2015. Help to Buy […]