Month: August 2017

A two bedroom apartment situated in the heart of Marple

OFFERED WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN is this two bedroom apartment situated in the ‘Lychwood’ development on Station Road. Ideally located to Marple village and its amenities and only a short walk to either of Marple’s two train stations giving you access to Manchester in under 30 minutes.

Offering spacious accommodation throughout, the apartment compromises of a lounge, separate kitchen area, three piece family bathroom suite and two double bedrooms. There are also two cupboards handy for storage. Externally the property offers a communal garden area and residents parking spaces.

The potential yield for this property is 5.5% based on £625 per calendar month. Perfect for a working professional who needs commuter links into Manchester and the surrounding area.

Currently on the market with Reeds Rains, Marple for £135,000.

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Moovin Festival August Bank Holiday

We have got your plans for the August Bank Holiday sorted – Whitebottom Farm are hosting the Moovin Festival! With various stages and headliners Royayers, Black Grape and Roni Size plus many more fantastic bands. Tickets are limited to maintain its personal and friendly vibe. The whole festival is independent through-out with some fresher acts and performers and a mix of ethically sourced foods and cocktails. Plus many other surprises to help you forget the outside world.

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Marple 10k Trial Run 

Grab your running shoes or walking boots and participate in the Marple 10k to raise money for the Firefighter Charity. Approximate start time is 11am with the course heading down the Middlewood Way, just past High Lane, then a gentle climb up onto the Macclesfield Canal and back to Marple. Entry is £12.50 and you can pick up entry forms at Marple Fire Station, or download through the link below. If entering isn’t for you then head down and cheer on those participating.

Download entry form here.

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Romiley Young Farmers Show 2017

Head down on the 3rd of September to the Romiey Young Farmers show on Compstall Road Romiley. The day is set to be filled with fun and laughter for all the family, from Duck Herding to Majestic Owl shows and the much loved Punch and Judy, plus a Children’s Pet Show. Admission costs just £5 for all classes and under 5s are free. Parking is £2 by Romiley Golf Club.

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An immaculately presented 3 bedroom terrace in the heart of Bredbury

OFFERING A POTENTIAL YIELD OF 5.8%  is this three bedroom mid-terrace property situated on Lower Bents Lane, Bredbury. Offering larger than average living accommodation, a converted loft room and extended kitchen this property has been completed to a high standard by it’s current owners and would be ready to rent out immediately.

The ground floor compromises of two well proportioned reception rooms with feature fireplaces in each, the dining room also has UPVC french doors that lead onto the rear courtyard area. The kitchen which has been extended has ample worktops and cupboards for storage and has been finished to a modern standard.  The first floor reveals two bedrooms and a large modern fitted three piece family bathroom suite. The loft has been converted and is currently being used as a third bedroom. Externally the property offers a front garden and a rear courtyard with outdoor seating.

This great buy to let property is ideally situated close to local shops and major supermarkets, within walking distance to Bredbury train station which will take you directly into Manchester City Center and has fantastic transport links including the M60 nearby.

The potential yield for the property is 5.8%, this is based on £700 per calendar month.

Currently marketed with Edward Mellor, Woodley at £144,950.

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Industry of occupation

The profile of jobs is a important yardstick for the makeup of people in a housing market. In this analysis we’ve used data from the Office for National Statistics on the number of people in the local area who work in each industry. The categories are a bit vague but if you look at the longest bars, you can see a pretty good profile of our area.

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monthly prices by property type

The data for our area over the last five months reveals interesting fluctuations across property types. The last 3 months are coloured with stripes. This is because the data is still coming in so we’ve estimated what we think they will be when all the data is available.

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An ideal portfolio starter offering over 6% yield

An ideal portfolio starter offering over 6% yield! Situated on Leyfield Avenue, Romiley is this one bedroom upper floor flat. Ideally located being just a stone’s throw away from the center of Romiley and all local amenities it has to offer. This superb buy to let property compromises of; an entrance hallway, lounge/dining room, kitchen area, family bathroom and double bedroom. Externally the flat offers off road parking along with well maintained communal gardens.

The potential yield is 6% based on £500 per calendar month and you may be able to increase your rent per calendar month depending on the extent of refurbishment work done.

Currently on the market with Space4living at £100,000.

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A quarterly index of sales levels

This chart shows how sales levels in the local area sit now compared with two years ago. The analysis indexes types of property so they start at the same point (100) so you can easily see how they’ve moved in relation to each other. The chart shows the quarter-on-quarter fluctuations typical of local analysis, it also shows how the market has been affected by seasonal change.

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How often do people move property in the local area?

More than six-million people move home every year according to national census figures. These numbers reveal we are changing homes at a faster rate than ever before with people in the southern half of the country the most frequent movers. Conversely, those living in the North East, North West and Wales move home less frequently than anyone else in the UK.

The average lifespan of a British person is now 81.5 years; during this lifespan people will move home about six times. With 14 years, the South West leads the way for the shortest amount of time people live at one property while the longest amount of time people stay at their properties is in Wales where the average is 23 years.

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