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We’re pleased to announce that PropertyFile technology has been successfully rolled out to our landlord clients. PropertyFile is a fantastic system which gives clients access to their property file at the click of a button, 24 hours a day.
To celebrate the Cheltenham Literature Festival, taking place this week, we are giving you the chance to win books for your local school... The winning Gloucestershire school will receive £150 to spend on a pile of wonderful children's books of their choice.
With just 6 months to go until the end of the Stamp Duty Holiday it is now very important to start the moving process if you want to take advantage of this huge saving.   It may sound like 6 months is more than enough time to move home, however, taking into account the marketing process and legal conveyancing, the process can sometimes take longer than you think.
As well as saving a small fortune, SoGlos has teamed up with Gloucestershire estate agency Naylor Powell to highlight some of the reasons now is a great time to consider buying a property. There are plenty of reasons to take advantage of the stamp duty until March 2021, SoGlos has handpicked five. With the UK property market picking up momentum since lockdown – and given a big...
Stonehouse Town Council have asked the whole town to join them in saying a huge thank you to the NHS and frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis. 
Despite all the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic, July saw a £37bn UK house-buying boom. This was the busiest month of sales in a decade, according to property website Rightmove. Record-breaking transactions coincided with the country going into recession and the suspension of stamp duty. The spike followed a suspension of the housing market during the coronavirus...
Rishi Sunak has announced major changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in England and Northern Ireland.  The Chancellor of the Exchequer will temporarily extend the level at which the tax is charged from £125,000 to £500,000 with the aim of injecting confidence in the property market and driving growth.
The coronavirus pandemic has instigated several major changes in our industry.  When the Government enforced lockdown, this immediately halted all physical viewings.  Although the lockdown has eased and physical viewings are able to commence again, there are still many factors which mean not everyone is able to visit a property in person. 

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