Month: September 2017

Save for a Larger Mortgage or Buy Now?

Mortgage rates

  Something many homebuyers often ask is, should I save for a larger deposit or should I purchase now and wait for prices to rise? Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer to this question. There are a number of factors to consider and each person will be in their own unique position. However in general,… Read more »

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Location of the Week – Wacton

Wacton village sign

  The Norfolk village of Wacton is located just 1 mile south-west of Long Stratton and 13 miles south-west of Norwich. The village has a population of 302 people as of the latest census in 2011. Although Wacton is small in size, it has a long and rich history with evidence suggesting the presence of… Read more »

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What is the Northern Distributor Road and how will it affect you?

Map of the Northern Distributor Road

  The Norwich Northern Distributor Road (NDR) is a £178.95 million scheme to build a 20km dual-carriageway connecting the A47 at Postwick to the south east of the city, the proposed Rackheath Eco-town, and Norwich International airport. The scheme was given the go ahead in June 2015 with work starting in 2016. When complete in… Read more »

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The factors that affect property prices

Stone cottage

Property prices are also changing, with a variety of factors responsible for this. In this blog, we will be taking a closer look at some of these factors and how they relate to Norfolk properties.

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Norfolk Property of the Week – Kaurhale, Tacolneston

House for sale in Tacolneston

  Norfolk Property Online presents a three storey detached home in the sought after village of Tacolneston. The property features a sitting room with central fire place, dining room, an open plan modern kitchen breakfast room and a utility room. To the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms with master en suite and four… Read more »

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Location of the Week – Tacolneston

  The Norfolk village of Tacolneston is located in South Norfolk and has a population of approximately 825 as of the 2011 Census. It is believed that its name comes from the Anglo-Saxon ‘Tatwulfes Tun’ meaning ‘Tatwulf’s farmstead’. Within the village is the Tacolneston Church of England Primary School which educated around 80 peoples. Also… Read more »

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