Henley Property Blog – Election Result Keeps Buyers Indoors

A recent statement from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) confirms what the industry has known for a while, that the run up to the recent General Election and […]

Henley Property Blog – Bank of Mum and Dad

Amidst the electioneering and campaigning for the upcoming election, a recent report from Legal and General revealed that lending from the so called “Bank of Mum and Dad” equals that […]

Featured Property – Niagara Road

Guide Price £625,000 Three double bedroom cottage with large open plan kitchen in excellent order throughout. The glazed front door opens into a hallway with exposed floorboards which continue throughout […]

Buying your First Home: What are the options?

Whether we like it or not here in the UK, there are far too many people and not enough accommodation for everyone, especially accommodation that is affordable. So, the government […]

What Does a Trump Win Mean for the UK Property Market?

Just as we were recovering from the shock Brexit decision to leave the European Union, we are handed another political grenade in the election of Donald Trump as President of […]

Henley Property Blog – First Time Buyers Not Losing Out Over Brexit

A report just out indicates that high street banks are not so concerned by fears of a property downturn that they are withdrawing 95% mortgages for first time buyers, as […]

Henley Property Blog – How Is the Local Market Shaping Up After Brexit Vote?

One month since the historic Brexit vote, Trevor Michel, Branch Residential Sales Manager of Simmons & Sons takes a look at how the local market is shaping up. “The local […]

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Henley Property Blog – May Comes Good in July

With the swift resolution of the Conservative party leadership comes a steadying influence and a confidence building calm after the post Brexit doldrums. The FTSE 250, a better indicator of […]

Henley Property Blog: Post Brexit Reaction – How do we feel?

Having had time to reflect on the turmoil created by the marginal Leave vote last Thursday I am currently waiting to see signs of a reaction in the market one […]

Henley Property Blog – RICS Comment on Current Housing Market

The latest survey from the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors), of which Simmons & Sons have been long standing members, indicates that for the first time since 2012 more […]