An immediate fallout of the Coronavirus pandemic is that it has placed many Darlington families house moves on hold. Government guidelines state all house buyers and house sellers who are
7.7% of Darlington workers worked from home before Covid-19: wonder how many more do now?
Before the Covid-19 pandemic hit, 3,254 Darlington people worked mainly from home, or about 7.7% of Darlington’s 42,401 workforce (compared to the national average of 14.9%). Yet over the last
What will be the effects of Covid-19 on the Darlington property market?
So now we are only a matter of a couple of weeks into lockdown, yet can you believe it I am still speaking with agents from all over the UK,
The rights, obligations & responsibilities of the 3,156 Darlington landlords and 7,796 tenants during the Coronavirus pandemic
The last three or four weeks, unquestionably, have been one of the most life-changing times we have seen since WW2. The imminent threat of the Coronavirus has taken over the
New Electrical Safety Regulations could cost each Darlington landlord £350+ in the next 13 months
Darlington Electricians are going to very busy in the next 13 months as they will have to test the electrics of every private rented property in Darlington and potentially may
Darlington landlords’ £11.4m tax bill
I am asking Peter Gibson the Conservative MP for Darlington to remind the Chancellor Sajid Javid and Prime Minster Boris Johnson to use their persuasive skills to highlight and take a
Over 70% of Darlington’s OAPs own their own home, with a combined worth of £1.2bn
Yes, that number is staggering isn’t it. Of the 10,660 households in Darlington where the head of the household is 65 years or older, an astounding 7,506 (or 70.4%) of
Are Darlington’s builder’s constructing the wrong type of property?
The British housing market has never been so newsworthy. Every other day, there is an article in the newspaper or online about impending house price drops, house price rises, building
How many Darlington property owners have paid off their mortgage?
The Government’s Annual Housing Survey is 50 years old this year. It has taken a snap shot of the UK’s property market every year since 1969 and in the recently
Is Darlington too densely populated?
Has England’s green and pleasant land all of a sudden become England’s green and overcrowded land? With the nation’s ever-increasing population and the double whammy that people are now living