Stockport Property News

  • Stockports New Bus Station Interchange Plans

    by Martin Adams | Jul 09, 2018

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    Stockport has recently announced approved plans for the new bus station creating an underground/covered concourse station with park/recreational area above, approximately two acres of much needed new green space in the town centre  leading off the A6 bridge area with additional facilities, easier access via ...

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  • Street Eyesores

    by Martin Adams | Jul 06, 2018
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    I recently revisited a property that we sold in Davenport and decided to write about this particular property for two reasons, the first being the drastic change to the property and street following the renovation by the buyer and the second being the fact that ...
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  • Business Development In Stockport Drives Property Demand

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    It would be fair to say that business development and demand for property goes together. This makes sense. After all, if companies are setting up in an area, there will be jobs on offer. People will be keen to move to the area to find ...

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  • New Plans For Springmount Mills On Agenda

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    Even though there is a prominent level of demand for property in Stockport and surrounding areas, there is still a need to go through proper channels and follow procedures. This may be frustrating for people who are looking to make notable changes to Stockport but ...

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  • Get Ahead In Stockport: Hat Factory Redevelopment Plans Approved

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    When it comes to getting ahead in the Stockport property market, it is sensible to call on the services of a skilled and experienced estate agent. At Peter Anthony, we like to think that our experience and expertise ensures you receive the best standard of ...

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  • Changing Skyline of Stockport Property Market

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    There have been substantial changes in Stockport of late but there may be major developments to come with respect to the Stockport skyline. This is because plans have been submitted for a 22-storey tower which will bring 184 apartments to the tow centre. This will ...

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  • What is the acceptable deposit for tenants in Stockport & Greater Manchester?

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    While there is considerable focus on the initial cost of buying property, there are many up-front costs to consider in the rental market too. Tenants need to find a lot of money to move into a home, including the first month’s rent in advance, the ...

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  • Further Developments In Stockport Mobike Service

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    One problem with staying up to date with local news is that the news or outcome can change quickly or frequently. There has been some confusion in Stockport of late over the Mobike service, but for now, it looks as though things are moving forward, ...

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  • Stockport Life: Town Hosts Coolest Restaurant In Britain

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    There are many numerous factors that impact on demand for property in a certain area and what people think about local life. As an estate agent, we are keen to stay in touch with all the varied factors that impact on the local property market ...

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  • Historic Stockport Pub To Become Flats

    by Rebecca Galgut | Jun 28, 2018

    Life is not always straightforward, and you will often that situations arise that cause people some conflict. In Stockport, most people would agree that there is a need for more property. The face of Stockport is evolving rapidly and there is a significant level of ...

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  • Time to Regulate?

    by Martin Adams | Apr 10, 2018
    I was going to write a post about something completely different this week, however the last two Sundays in a row including Easter Sunday the government have announced new measures to tackle rogue Estate and Letting Agents by way of nationally recognised qualifications.
    First came ...
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  • When an Estate Agent Sells Thier Own Home!

    by Martin Adams | Mar 20, 2018
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    I recently decided to sell my own property and by this I mean the home that I live in, never did I imagine the response I would have, the emotion attached to selling, the stress of buying and of course the de cluttering that comes ...
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  • Stockport Landlords: Short Term Lettings Market Of Interest?

    by Ian Watson | Feb 28, 2018

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    Stockport landlords, like landlords across the United Kingdom, have a number of challenges to face. There have been many regulatory changes in recent times and with taxation issues placing landlords under more pressure, it is easy to see why some landlords are questioning whether this ...

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  • Get Out of London: Levenshulme & Stockport Have Lots To Offer

    by Ian Watson | Feb 08, 2018

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    In recent times, there has been a focus on how property prices in London have slowed down or even fallen and how the bubble may have burst with respect to the capital’s property market. Compared to the prices that have been in place in recent ...

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  • How much does fast broadband affect the value of your property?

    by Ian Watson | Jan 09, 2018



    The way that people live their lives has changed considerably in recent years and this means that potential buyers are looking for features or benefits that they would never have looked for or asked for 10 or 20 years ago. A great example of this ...

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  • Stockport Business Hub: A Reason To Invest In Property

    by Rebecca Galgut | Dec 19, 2017

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    Anyone who has spent any time in Stockport will know that big changes are taking place. There is a great deal of development work taking place and the Stockport business hub is at the heart of these changes. There is a drive to make the ...

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  • New Cinema at Redrock opens!

    by Rebecca Galgut | Nov 23, 2017

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    The Light Cinema, at Redrock, in Stockport Town centre, will be open for business tomorrow!

    After two years of construction, along with the cinema there will also be restaurants such as Zizzi and Pizza Express opening soon.

    This 10-screen cinema will replace the one currently ...

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  • Stockport Property Values, Prices and Rental Yields for this month

    by Ian Watson | Nov 14, 2017

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    If you are looking to buy property or invest in an area, it makes sense to do your research. A large part of this work is knowing the facts and figures associated with the local property. If you have an interest in property values, prices ...

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  • The first interest rate rise in a decade! How will this affect Stockport homeowners & Landlords?

    by Tom Simper | Nov 03, 2017

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    The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has just announced a rise in the Bank of England base rate of 0.25% – the first increase in over a decade.

    The base rate is the figure on which mortgage rates in particular are based and a ...

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  • Stockport Buy-to-Let Yields - 1.90% to 6.89% a year

    by Tom Simper | Nov 02, 2017

    The mind-set and tactics you employ to buy your first Stockport buy to let property needs to be different to the tactics and methodology of buying a home for yourself to live in. The main difference is when purchasing your own property, you may well ...

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