It is reported in the Daily Mail that the average asking price of a home jumped up by nearly £3,500 during March with Estate Agents crediting the ‘bored with Brexit’ effect. It is reported that both sellers and buyers have become fed up with putting their lives...


Avoiding the Feeble Oliver of Oliver Miles Estate Agents finds that there is not only life in the property market this Spring, but also some interesting opportunities. Some of us remember the 1970’s and 80’s when the property market had few cash buyers, not...


Brexit Uncertainty Considered the Overriding Obstacle for the Market   77% of respondents cite Brexit uncertainty as the biggest challenge in the market right now Key activity indicators remain in negative territory during February Twelve month sales expectations...


Reading the Market   Oliver Miles of Oliver Miles Estate Agents reflects on a property market affected by Brexit and uncertainty, but which is showing some clear signs of resilience.   It has been a frustrating two years since the Brexit referendum. It is hard to...


January 2019: UK Residential Market Survey Short-term indicators point to further weakness Activity measures for both buyers and sellers continue to slip Price balance softens again at the national level, led by London and the South East Lettings market faring better, with...


Oliver  of  Oliver Miles Estate Agents  takes a romantic look at the property market this February. February is already here - the month to expect snow and to find romance. Time to don your warm clothes, book your summer holiday, try to find a dozen roses for less...


December  2018: UK Residential Market Survey Near Term Sentiment Continues to Deteriorate   Enquiries, agreed sales, and new instructions all soften again over the month Sales expectations point to a further decline in near term activity Headline price net balance...


To Brexit and Beyond Oliver Miles of Oliver Miles Estate Agents   considers the property market in 2019 and explains some home truths amongst many unknowns. Prior to the boom year of 1973, houses and flats were seen as investments, less likely as commodities, and...