With thanks to Proprietor Mick Norcross of Leigh's most iconic building, The Grand
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This last week has seen a dramatic turn in the weather. It seems that Spring is upon us finally. After what seems a long, cold and wet winter it is lovely to finally see the sun again.
This week saw the long awaited white paper from the government outlining the current state of the housing market.
Are you struggling to get on to the housing ladder? Are you paying a fortune for a rubbish rental flat or are you living with your parents trying to save up for a deposit for your first home? Why don’t you consider buying a brand new apartment? I know what your thinking. Yeah right
I don’t think that there will be too many people sorry to see the back of 2016. It has been a strange old year on a number of different levels and not one that will go down as a classic.
This is my last blog before Christmas and you will be delighted to know that I have some time off work and will be spending an extended break at home enjoying the festivities.
We are getting to that time of year again! As you might expect the property market starts to slow down considerably as people turn their thoughts to Christmas and the holidays.
This week, Rob @ Scott & Stapleton take's a step away from Property, only to reflect on the year's biggest night in Leigh.
This morning I woke up to the news that the United States of America has voted in a reality T.V star as their 45th president.
The Owner of one of Leigh's most iconic building's The Grand, has expressed his concerns of further deterioration to the premises.
This week Rob @ Scott & Stapleton brings an alternative to you and potential landlord's in short term rentals...
As a new planning application for flats in Leigh is put forward, Rob at Scott & Stapleton receives a petition. But, which way does he decide to go?
The ice king softens in his old age and shares the benefits of having an apprentice.... Chloe!
This year has seen a marked rise in the presence of on-line estate agents. They offer a service quite different from the more traditional high street agent and attractively to a lot of people a much cheaper fee.
Last week Scott & Stapleton hosted a charity event for Macmillan but whats too come this week... something even bigger....
Do you remember the 1980’s? Puff ball skirts, hot hatches, big hair and of course the best decade for music ever including Wham and of course Duran, Duran.
Those of you that are lucky enough to know any of us here at Scott & Stapleton will know how much we love cake.