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September Property Investment Industry News

September continues to demonstrate that, despite the expected turbulence of Brexit, the UK is continuing to grow, and property investment is still considered a sensible choice, especially for those nearing retirement age, or those lucky expats in the UAE with a tax free pension pot to put to good use. ...

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Grant Property Announce Sponsorship of Disabled Table Tennis Champion, Martin Perry

Grant Property has signed a deal today with Class 6 disabled table tennis athlete Martin Perry to support him in his build up to the Paralympics. Paisley born Martin, who was born with no hands, one forearm and only one leg, is currently the Scottish and British champion, is ranked number ...

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And the winner is … Bristol

The southwestern city may be small, but it’s big on creativity, culture and community spirit. Add in easy access to glorious coast and countryside, and it’s a deserving champion Congratulations, Bristol. It’s the obvious choice in so many ways: a small city that feels like a big city, handily placed for ...

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New Business Success for Design Threesome

Three interior designers have launched a new service for property developers offering to take over bespoke packages for student flats and for properties at the luxury end of the market. The three, Lynne Muirson, Property Sales Service Manager, along with Samantha Curran and Nadine Robb have been working with Grant Property refurbishing over ...

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Bristol is one of the hottest property markets in Europe

House prices in Bristol are rising faster than in London and the market is one of the fastest growing in Europe, according to property consultancy and estate agency Knight Frank. Average property prices in Bristol, in southwest England, rose by 15.8% in the third quarter of the year compared to the ...

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Grant Property Recognised as Youth Employment Leaders

Scottish Government Employability and Training Minister, Jamie Hepburn MSP, joined senior figures from Grant Property in Edinburgh yesterday (Wednesday 14 December) to celebrate the company’s Investors in Young People (IIYP) Gold accreditation. Grant Property has become the 350th UK employer to be awarded IIYP status, in recognition of their effective approach ...

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Grant Property Achieve Investors in Young People Gold Accreditation

Grant Property has achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People Gold accreditation, the only people management standard that focuses on an employer’s recruitment and retention of young people. This represents a true commitment to the training and development of young people and demonstrates Grant Property as an employer of choice for ...

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Why are tenants not signing inventories?

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks has raised its concern at the apparent lack of tenants signing inventories, drawing attention to an alarming statistic recently published by money.co.uk which suggests that 79% of student tenants do not sign an inventory when they move in. What's more, some 40% of the 1,000 ...

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Property rentals to outstrip sales for first time since 1930s

The property rental market is booming at the expense of the sales market, making it look as if house-buying will be outstripped for the first time in eight decades next year, as home-buyers face a continued struggle to find properties they can afford. Activity in the sales market has cooled ...

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UK faces shortfall of 1.8m rental homes, warns housing body

The UK is facing a shortfall of 1.8m rental properties unless the government acts fast to slow a sharp drop in the number of available homes, according to a leading housing industry body. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) called on the government to drop reverse stamp duty changes on ...