May 30, 2016
Its great to see another new business open in Didsbury village, and this one looks set to be a cracker and is just across the road from our branch.
Having just opened on 16th May, 3 Little Pigs is an exciting new Butchery business at 735 Wilmslow Road and has a state-of-the-art display with customers being able to see the preparation area and maturing fridge through a full length window!
3 Little Pigs will shamelessly aspire to the premium end of the market place, looking at innovative styles associated with new products and responding to contemporary cooking styles.
Whilst ‘premium’ indicates to some high end cost, they make the distinction more in terms of supply chain, traceability, quality assurance, animal welfare and the expertise of butchery in the shop.
They even have their own supply of home reared life stock in their family owned Cheshire pasture land where their own cows, pigs, chickens and ducks are free to roam.
This family affair are very much part of the Didsbury community already, and we wish them every success with this exciting new venture.
May 30, 2016
The number of sales in a given area is a powerful measure of the buoyancy of local housing markets. There were a total of 938 transactions in M20 in the last calendar year. This is an increase of 46.8% over the year. In comparison, there was an increase of 35.2% in the North West, and an increase of 29.4% across England & Wales.
May 28, 2016
In M20, the largest proportion of residents (36.8%) are of ‘Professional occupations’ (Prof.). This is 20.4% higher than the average in the North West. Next most common in M20, with 16.2% of all residents, are ‘Associate professional and technical occupations’ (Technical). This is 4.7% higher than the average in the North West.
May 26, 2016
Sales as a percentage of total housing stock available is a useful measure of an area’s turnover. Of the total private stock in M20, 4.5% of properties changed hands in the last calendar year. This is 0.7% more than in the North West, where the turnover was 3.8%, and 0.4% more than the whole of England & Wales (4.1%).
May 25, 2016
Situated on Wilmslow Road on the border of Withington and Fallowfield is this purpose built two bedroom apartment being marketed by JP & Brimelow. With an annual yield of 6.7% this would make an excellent buy to let investment and will not be on the market for long!
May 15, 2016
Philip James Kennedy are currently marketing this fantastic buy to let opportunity close to the centre of fashionable West Didsbury! With an annual yield of just over 6.5% this property is well worth taking a look at and with strong demand for one beds in M20 at the moment it would let within days!
May 1, 2016
A really unique property here, being marketed by Joules, which would make a very good buy to let investment! With a yield of just below 6% this one bedroom house would be popular with professionals due its close proximity to the train station and Metrolink.
April 20, 2016
Noticed this modern two bedroom apartment in Northenden today, being marketed by Bridgfords. It would make a great, low maintenance, buy to let opportunity and would achieve an annual yield of 6.25%. On the market for £125,000 it is on the market with no onward chain and could expect to achieve £650pcm.
April 5, 2016
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April 4, 2016
Situated in the heart of Withington is this beautifully presented period terrace being marketed by online agents Purple Bricks. You could expect an annual yield of 5% and potential capital growth in years to come as Withington becomes increasingly sought after! On the market for £200,000 we would expect a rental income of £850pcm.