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Latest residential property news for Maidstone and Kent from Sibley Pares Residential:

7th January 2016
According to industry website PropertyReporter.co.uk, 29% of UK house sales fell through in 2015. Sibley Pares Residential Manager offers this advice for minimising the risk of your sale falling through: “while there is no way to guarantee that your sale doesn’t fall through, these pointers should maximise the chances of your sale completing first time.”
21st September 2015
The government has announced a new target of one million new homes to be built in England by 2020. Housing minister Brandon Lewis made the announcement following a BBC Inside Out investigation which revealed that only 47% of the new houses needed in England over the past four years have actually been built.
1st September 2015
Sibley Pares is proud to present a new look for the residential side of the business. Formerly known as SP Residential, the residential department will now be known as Sibley Pares Residential with a new logo and the same high standards of professionalism and customer service.
11th August 2015
The team at SP Residential has been raising money for Heart of Kent Hospice over the past year through various activities, including the colour run last summer. Our target was to raise £2,000 - we are extremely proud to announce that we have exceeded our target and raised a total of £2,596.68!
6th July 2015
Whether it’s your first home purchase or your tenth, our handy guide will ensure that you ask all the right questions so you go into a house sale fully informed. Diane Broomham, Residential Sales & Lettings Consultant at SP Residential, lists these as her top questions to ask when buying a property:
30th June 2015
The Evening Standard today reported that the luxury London house-buying market has remained sluggish. Annual growth in the city is reported to have slowed to 2% in June, down from 8.1% in 2014. Some leading estate agents have speculated that this is due to stamp-duty concerns, particularly for properties over £1.1 million.
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