green land

7 May 2018 Horsham

Do you have a large garden in Horsham suitable for development?

If you have a large garden attached to your property, you might like to consider selling a portion of it for development, capitalising on your land to release funds. At Brock Taylor, we are actively looking for such opportunities in the Horsham and West Sussex area, and provide site surveys, valuations, and a proven track…

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lightbulb energy

2 April 2018 Guides

What Sussex Landlords Need to Know about Minimum EPC Ratings

From 1st April 2018 new minimum EPC ratings have been in place and landlords can no longer rent properties if they do not have an EPC certificate rating of E or above. When the legislation was passed in 2015, it was estimated that 1/10 rental properties in England and Wales did not comply with these…

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homeowner keys

27 March 2018 Horsham

First-Time Buyer Advice for 2018 in Horsham

In the South East and Horsham, it’s a fantastic time to invest in property with house prices rising 6% in the Horsham District in 2017, ahead of the 5.4% rise nationally, and by 34% in the last five years. First time buyers looking to climb onto the property ladder in 2018 and stop renting or…

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The Causeway, Horsham

18 December 2017 Horsham

Horsham Property Trends of 2017

For Brock Taylor, sales and lettings in 2017 have been our busiest on record, but what about a complete overview of the Horsham market? Using leading property statistics from Data Loft, we’ve created a report of the last 12 months to highlight national and regional trends. Market review 2017 House prices increased 6% in 2017…

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Horsham Train Station

18 October 2016 Property News

£16m paid in Stamp Duty by Horsham Residents

“A pound saved is worth two pounds earned . . . after taxes” is what my Grandfather used to say. He loved his irony, yet was always a wise man, and it is tax I want to talk about today, in particular, property taxation .. Stamp Duty in fact. Apart from some minor exemptions, Stamp…

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Horsham Park

11 October 2016 Horsham, Property News

Horsham Property Values increase by 2.61% … good or bad news?

“How’s the Horsham housing market doing?” asked an upbeat Horsham landlord last week. “Quite strange”, I replied. Our landlord was perplexed! Let me explain… Even the Brexit vote has not hindered Horsham’s steady rise in property value, as Horsham property values went up 2.61% last month alone, leaving Horsham values 11.78% higher than a year…

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1 October 2016 Horsham

Horsham Housing Crisis? Only 1.8% of Horsham Homes Are For Sale

The Horsham Property Market continues to disregard the end of the world prophecies of a post Brexit fallout with a return to business as usual after the summer break. The challenge every Horsham property buyer has faced over the last few years is a lack of choice – there simply hasn’t been much to choose…

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