Average Appledore?

Appledore average? Never! No there`s absolutely nothing average about the North Devon village of Appledore.  There never has been, throughout it`s rich and long history. These averages house prices are indicative of the village`s real popularity. In 2016, based on data from the Land Registry Appledore`s terraced houses sold for an average price of £240,499. Semi-detached […]

Morris and Bott expand their team.

With the arrival of 2017, North Devon estate agents Morris and Bott have announced the addition of two new strong members to their team, as the company looks to continue their development. Making the announcement Director Adam Bott said “This is an exciting next stage for our company, enabling us to develop our services and […]

F for fail? Landords beware!

It is quite likely that most people aren’t aware of the 2015 Energy Efficiency Regulation, and from our experience that includes quite a few residential property landlords too. It is possible that around one in every ten properties will not be able to be let as a residence, from April 2018! These regulations will make […]

Are Buy-To-Let Buyers Limited (Companies)?

It`s interesting to observe changes in the market, and a clear recent change is the prevalence of buyers of buy-to-let investments now being limited companies. More than two-thirds of buy-to-let mortgage applications came from limited companies in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to broker data. Mortgages for Business reports that the proportion of purchase […]

New Year, New Home

With Christmas but a memory now and 2016 well and truly underway, our attentions return to the property market. With Rightmove reporting record breaking traffic levels over the festive period its seems there has never been a better time to look at taking that next step on the property ladder. Here at Morris and Bott […]