Once again, the Calder Valley has been in the news following flooding. Like other parts of the country affected by the recent storms, many people have suffered, and our hearts go out to them. However, I want to echo the sentiments of the Hebden Bridge Business Forum – We rally in this valley!
We started off 2019 with lots of uncertainty about the Housing Market, the outlook in general for the economy and of course, the impact of Brexit. We end 2019 now knowing Brexit is certain, (although exactly how remains unclear) and major changes to the Housing Market are on the horizon (although exactly when remains unclear). Changes coming will mainly affect the rental market, with the introduction of a Renters Reform Bill, but announcements in the Queens Speech this week do suggest there could be benefits for First Time Buyers in terms of affordability of new homes.
Sewage discharge legislation is changing, with the deadline for changes to be made – 1 January 2020 – fast approaching. The General Binding Rules (GBR) for small sewage discharges (SSDs) have been put in place to protect England’s river and streams from pollution caused by septic tanks and other small-scale sewage treatment plants. If you have have a septic tank or private water treatments then read on to see how this legislation may affect you...
I offer a completely FREE market appraisal service, where I will gladly visit your home and make recommendations as to what jobs really need doing in order to ensure you sell at the best price.
So my first tip for selling . . . . invite me round!
If want more selling tips read on . . . .
Hebden Bridge and Todmorden are great little towns and we are truly fortunate to be living here. No wonder so many people are looking at relocating from the cities! It is easy to take for granted what we have and sometimes you need to be reminded.