• Berrimain Eaton News and Updates

Low profile marketing success

“Over the last few months the Bridgnorth office has agreed sales on a number of properties with little or no marketing, using their extensive mailing list matching the ideal buyers to their dream home!”

“If you are looking to sell your home but anxious about the whole process, why not contact Berriman Eaton who can discuss other options available. Call the office that covers your area, and talk to the forward thinking professionals.”

A list of properties that have been agreed over the last few months with little to no marketing:

11 Hopestone, Claverley, Wolverhampton, WV5 7BW: view full brochure here

11 Hopestone


Whispering Winds, Rhodes Farm Lane, Nordley, Bridgnorth, WV16 4SU: view full brochure here.

Whispering Winds property


Greenfields Farm, Hilton, Bridgnorth, WV15 5NZ: view full brochure here.

Greenfields Farm


33 Salop Street, High Town, Bridgnorth, WV16 5BH: view full brochure here.

Birdgnorth property


Goose Cottage, 13, Colemore Green, Bridgnorth, WV16 4ST: view full brochure here.

Goose Cottage

Thank you to our Linda Davies

Another happy client:

Dear Nick,

My name is Ruth Folkes, I recently purchased 14 Heath Hill road. I am writing to register my gratitude to Linda Davies.  I work in an area where communication skill is one of the key components for a good outcome.

I was really impressed with her excellent communication skills.

She was accurate, prompt and efficient throughout. I was kept up to date by her at every step. Which was really important for me and my family.  She Is very professional and was easy to talk to. I believe she is an asset to your team.

I thank her and wish her all the best.

Kind Regards,

Ruth

Bishop Percy’s House

WHAT A CAKE!  Five years after Maria Allen (right) completed the purchase of this landmark Grade I Listed property through Berriman Eaton, the dream has finally come to fruition after a gruelling schedule of works.

A party held on Thursday to mark the completion of the project by The Johnson Design Partnership, (Kim Chesters left and Vic Johnson centre) showcased the tearooms, garden terrace, period holiday lets and two contemporary deigned houses that are currently up for let with BE from £1,500pcm.

For further information visit:

www.berrimaneaton.co.uk/52A

www.berrimaneaton.co.uk/52b

bridgnorth property

Ellie’s property of the week

Hawthorn view propertyAn outstanding contemporary and sleek residence, enjoying a town centre location which offers superb three double bedroom accommodation arranged over three floors with each of the bedrooms having en-suite bathrooms.

Highlights of the property include floor to ceiling windows, tiered glass balconies offering views across to the SVR, patio terrace, covered parking and provision for lift access. This unique location provides the freedom to participate on foot the towns excellent range of facilities.

Hawthorn View is on the market at offers around £650,000 and available to view at www.berrimaneaton.co.uk

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Best and final offers

The Bridgnorth housing market is certainly showing signs of buoyancy in the last couple of weeks. Two properties of note that attracted plenty of interest were a detached house in Firtrees, on the Lodge estate marketed at £220,000, and an extended semi-detached house in The Hobbins at £249,950, both selling within days.

Due to the huge levels of interest, both properties achieved in excess of the asking prices via Best and Final Offers!!

If you are thinking of selling in or around Bridgnorth soon, then please call 01746 766499 for a free market appraisal – we are currently offering competitive fees!

    

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea – BE in the Community

“St Chad’s C of E First School in Pattingham is an award winning First School in the heart of Pattingham village.

The school have an active Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA) who raise funds to support the children’s learning in school in a variety of ways which bring the school and wider community together.

Children were able to invite one, or more, family members to an Afternoon Tea to show their appreciation in time for Mothers’ Day.

The PTFA made a selection of cheese and ham sandwiches, and baked cakes in preparation for the afternoon.

A small group of volunteer Dads, including Bruce, were on hand to serve the families which made for a relaxing atmosphere, greatly appreciated by those who attended. Vintage china and bunches of daffodils made for a lovely scene and the event raised a wonderful £152.”

   

   

Halifax House Price Index for January

House price growth hit a six-month low last month to 2.2%, Halifax figures show.

The latest Halifax House Price Index for January showed annual growth declined from 2.7% in December 2017, the lowest rate since July last year.

It was also the second consecutive monthly drop, with figures again down 0.6%.

The Index put average prices at £223,285 for January, which is still 1.9% higher than the same period last year.

Russell Galley, managing director of Halifax Community Bank, said: “Although employment levels grew by 102,000 in the three months to November, household finances are still under pressure as consumer prices continue to grow faster than wages.

“Additionally, it’s still too early to see any impact for first-time buyers from the abolition of Stamp Duty on purchases of up to £300,000, which was announced in the November Budget.

“Despite the recent rise in the Bank of England base rate, mortgage rates are still very low.

This, combined with an ongoing acute shortage of properties for sale, will continue to underpin house prices over the coming months.”