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The latest from Flick & Son with properties for sale and to let across Yoxford, Southwold, Aldeburgh, Eastbridge, Huntingfield, Snape, Kelsale, Orford and Sizewell.  For our full selection across Suffolk’s Heritage Coastline, please visit our website.
Activity in the property market starting early

Welcome to the latest newsletter from Flick & Son where we are seeing an early 2016 surge in interest to the property market.
 
Better weather naturally brings househunters out in droves but things are already picking up for us in February.  We have seen spikes in traffic to our website and in enquiries to our offices – both clear indications that demand for homes will be a talking point in the housing market this year.  So if you were thinking of waiting until Spring to market your home, it might be worth bringing plans forward as people are clearly looking for properties like yours right now.
 
Most professionals in the industry are expecting further house price rises this year.  Almost 80% of those surveyed by London accountants Accounts & Legal believe there will be further increases with more than half predicting rises of more than five per cent.
 
Flick & Son remains optimistic about prospects in the housing market during 2016.  We are still leading the way over our competitors with more sales, new instructions and lettings than anyone else in our area.  If you are looking to make your move in the market, we would urge you to contact us today.

Our experienced and qualified team is on hand to provide you with a free market valuation of your property, whether you are selling or letting.  Our local knowledge of the area and the local market is second to none.

Featured properties this month

Yoxford

Yoxford  |  £265,000

A period cottage located close to the village centre. Three bedrooms, two receptions, kitchen, bathroom, exposed timbers, gas central heating, gardens and parking space. No onward chain. EPC Rating E.
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Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh  |  £415,000

A well presented holiday cottage in the desirable area between the High Street and beach. Three bedrooms, one reception, kitchen/dining room, bathroom, two cloakrooms (one en-suite), gas central heating and garden. EPC Rating D.
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Huntingfield

Huntingfield |  £265,000

A charming period cottage situated in this picturesque village. Two double bedrooms, one reception, conservatory, kitchen, utility, bathroom, garden and off road parking. EPC Rating E.
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Southwold

Southwold |  £875,000

A spacious and elegant family home a few paces from the sea front. Six bedrooms, two receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, study and playroom, six en-suite shower rooms, garden and parking. EPC Rating D.
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Eastbridge

Eastbridge |  £450,000

A spacious extended detached bungalow occupying an elevated position. Three bedrooms, two receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, two bathrooms (one
en-suite), gardens & garage. EPC Rating D.
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Southwold

Southwold  From £425,000

An outstanding development of contemporary new build two bedroom cottages with parking facilities. A unique opportunity to acquire a new home in the heart of Southwold only 100 meters from the sea front.
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Property News

The year of the first-time buyer?

The president of the National Association of Estate Agents has said 2016 could be more promising for first-time buyers. 
 
Martyn Baum says a number of financial initiatives coupled with added restrictions in the buy-to-let sector offers greater choice for those planning their first home.  He praised the recently-launched Help to Buy ISA where £12,000 saved is given a £3,000 boost by the Government.  Mr Baum believes the initiative will not only serve its purpose but encourage a culture of saving. 


Mortgage arrears fall sharply
 
Mortgage arrears are at their lowest level for more than ten years, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
 
The CML says just over 10,000 properties were repossessed in 2015, less than half the number recorded in 2014.  Statistically, lenders are twice as likely to repossess a buy-to-let property compared to an owner-occupied home but repossessions generally remain relatively rare at around one in every 5,000.

Featured properties this month

Snape

Snape  |  £349,995

A charming deceptively spacious four/five bedroom mid terraced property located in the heart of this popular Suffolk village a short distance from the renowned Snape Maltings. EPC Rating C.  
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Kelsale

Kelsale  |  £1,250 pcm

Detached four bedroom, two bathroom, three reception modern house, large gardens, double cart-lodge and garage. Pets maybe considered. Oil fired central heating. EPC Rating D. (Tenants Admin Fees Apply)
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Orford

Orford |  £675 pcm

Three bedroom unfurnished detached bungalow  set in popular coastal town. Sitting/dining room, garage, parking and gardens to all sides. Large rear patio area. A pet considered - sorry no smokers. EPC Rating D. (Tenants Admin Fees Apply)
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Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh  |  £375,000 

A well appointed period cottage with west facing garden. Three bedrooms, one reception room, kitchen/dining room, bathroom, gas central heating and garden. Unrestricted on road parking. EPC Rating D.
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Snape

Snape  |  £950 pcm

Spacious unfurnished four bedroom end terrace property, private road with parking & large gardens. Two receptions, two bathrooms, OFCH & open fire. Sorry no pets/smokers.
EPC Rating D. (Tenants Admin Fees Apply)
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Sizewell

Sizewell  |  £510 pcm

Two bedroom unfurnished detached bungalow with garden and parking. Close to the beach, open plan sitting/dining room. Fitted kitchen, LPG central heating.  EPC Rating G. Sorry no smokers - a small pet considered. (Tenants Admin Fees Apply)
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