A few months ago we spotted a report (by Royal London) that suggests you shouldn’t be relying on downsizing and the value of your home as a pension.
But from our experience, the money ‘locked in’ to the bricks and mortar of a famil... read more »
Research from British Gas suggests one in ten landlords are not able to confirm their tenants are living in a gas safe home.
As a landlord, you are legally responsible for the safety of your tenants. In your rented property and in your own home, it&... read more »
After just 14 months in business, we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve beaten off over 10 rivals to win ‘Best Newcomer’ at the annual Lettings Agents of the Year awards (LAOTYA), in association with The Times and Sunday Times... read more »
In the second of our guest blog series Ryan Morgan from Cook & Co Solicitors talks first hand about the difficulties of selling a property on behalf of a loved one who has recently passed away.
My Mum was 3 when my grandfather and grandmother p... read more »
At Bradley & Sadler Estate Agents we’ve noticed that the Help to Buy: ISA is proving a popular saving option for first time buyers. Will this change however with the shiny new Lifetime ISA that will be available from April 2017?
Whilst we ... read more »
At Bradley and Sadler, we understand that buying and selling property is an important investment. The fact is your property is a part of your portfolio of wealth and it’s important you take the right measures to look after it. That’s why ... read more »
As you’ve probably heard the Chancellor George Osborne's Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015 introduced the some rather large changes in Stamp Duty due to come into effect this April. As a result, the residential housing market is s... read more »
With the damaging winter weather on its way, it’s important to take measures to look after your home to keep it warm, dry and safe.
At Bradley and Sadler, we have pulled together a list of what we think are some of the most important things to... read more »
Last month we heard the Bristol Post boast how you can now buy TWO houses in Bristol for the price of ONE London house. According to the Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index the average house price in London is £437,000, whilst the average in ... read more »
Many months after its enforcement, the debate surrounding the Clifton Residents Parking Scheme (RPS) still sees no end.
Due to the high cost of controlled parking zones in the city centre of Bristol, commuters endeavoured to park in Clifton ... read more »