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Yorkshire Estate Agency Delivers Sackful Of Christmas Cheer In Unprecedented Programme Of Charity Support

Staff from a Yorkshire estate agency are reaching out into the community over the festive season with the biggest programme of support in its 21-year history. The team from Linley & Simpson are aiming to deliver a sackful of Christmas cheer to a raft of charities and good causes – including help for homeless people. read more
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Abode Proves Home-From-Home For First Time Buyers and Investors Alike

Leeds developers have broken ground on the creation of a new £2.5m apartment complex on the doorstep of the city centre. read more
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Three Apartments in Leeds We Would Love to Live In…

We take a closer look at three apartments we currently have on the market if you like the look of any of them we’d recommend you act fast as we don’t think they will hang around for long! read more
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Which development to choose in Leeds city centre, we take a closer look...

Our Leeds city centre branch manager, Lauren Sayles, takes a look at some of the popular developments in Leeds city centre, and what makes them stand out from the crowd. read more
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Mortgage Advice Bureau share some handy mortgage tips to kick start the year

As the New Year starts to gather pace we asked Andrew Milnes from our in House Brokers Mortgage Advice Bureau to give us his thoughts on some of the things you should do if you are considering applying for a mortgage. read more

Dealing with Mould in your rented property

As well as significant damage to the property, mould can pose a serious health risk to renters. That's why landlords and their tenants need to work together to minimise the chances of mould developing and quickly eradicate any that does materialise. read more
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Estate Agents Supports Local Charity Fighting Hunger

A Leeds estate agency is working with a local foodbank to offer support to people and families in the run up to Christmas. read more
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Historic grade II-listed textile mill gets residential revamp

A FORMERLY vacant, grade II-listed building, Boyds Mill, has been redeveloped into a set of apartments. The Leeds textile mill dates back to 1840 and was formerly occupied by clothiers J Boyd and Son. read more

Record number of buyers set to surf the web on Christmas Day in search for dream ho-ho-home

Record numbers of homebuyers are poised to surf the net on Christmas Day in a bid to unwrap a new home to move into.

December 25 last year saw the number of internet property searches more than double compared to the same day in 2013, breaking the million barrier for the first time.

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