We agreed more sales between 29th June - 12th August 2021 in our core area than any other agent.
2020-2021 Gold Winner for Letting agent in Henley On Thames!
On 8th July 2020, the government increased the stamp duty threshold to £500,000 for sales in England and Northern Ireland. Now, a mere month before the deadline of March 31st, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has rumoured further extension of the holiday.
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly how many people have benefited from this glorious country mansion over the centuries since its function has been in a continual state of change. In fact, much of the building’s early documentation was thought a mystery until recent years.
Our Christmas and New Year Opening Hours
We're very excited to announce the expansion of Bonds into Marlow as we OPEN our second office! Last week, we signed a contract on our office space at Marlow Place: a stunning recently renovated building in the heart of Marlow, situated just off the High Street on Station Road.
We are now offering this fantastic addition to our marketing package - introducing Matterport
Capture, share, and collaborate in immersive 3D - Check out the finished product on the links included.
Bonds Estate Agent wins award at The ESTAS, the most prestigious awards in the UK property sector!
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing and award-winning estate agent - Sales Negotiator Wanted
On this more ‘unusual’ bank holiday weekend, many people paid tribute to their gardens by raising a glass to their neighbours and sharing their latest quarantine handiwork for National Garden Day, Sunday 10th May, on social media. Late Saturday afternoon, I took to the streets to explore it myself.
The good news is that very few properties are being removed from the market. Charlie Bryant, CEO of Zoopla, described these stats as a “silver lining in the cloud we are starting to see” with the number of homes only 1% lower than March 7th 2020. (Coronavirus: The Rise of Virtual Viewings).
Lockdown measures are still in place for another two weeks, at least, with the possibility of them being extended beyond that which means the 'new normal' is here to stay for a while yet.