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Monica’s Market View – July

Monica’s Market View – July

Between the blistering heatwave and tropical downpours, together with drama at Westminster, July has been quite a month in more ways than one!  But did the sunshine and political headlines have any impact on the local property market?  Our Founder, Monica Bradley, shares her observations and views on what’s happening in the property market around Cheam, Sutton and Banstead…

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Travelling this summer?  Are your personal possessions covered?

Travelling this summer? Are your personal possessions covered?

Are you jetting off abroad for your holiday soon?  Or perhaps having a staycation this year and instead enjoying a few days out and about with family or friends?  Before you pack your suitcases – or your picnic hamper – it may be just worth checking to make sure that your personal possessions are covered on your insurance policy…

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MB Associates comments on the appointment of the UK’s new Prime Minister

MB Associates comments on the appointment of the UK’s new Prime Minister

The appointment of Boris Johnson as our new Prime Minister today confirmed what many had believed would be the outcome of the Conservative Party leadership race.  With exactly 100 days until the 31st October, which is of course the re-set deadline for the UK to leave the EU, what does the appointment of ‘BoJo’ mean for the property market in the Cheam, Sutton and Banstead areas?  Our Founder, Monica Bradley, shares her thoughts…

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Monica’s Market View – June

Monica’s Market View – June

Although the weather didn’t exactly live up to a typical ‘flaming June’ for most of the month, things did appear to be heating up in the local property market as the MB Associates team have had one of their busiest months so far this year.  Our Founder Monica Bradley gives her views on what’s happening in Cheam, Banstead, Sutton and the surrounding areas…

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