• May 11th 2020

Estate Agents are turning to innovative methods to enable buyers to view potential new homes!

Virtual viewings are taking off as home-hunters continue to look for new properties during the coronavirus lockdown. At Danvers, we are finding that the use of technology is proving so popular with buyers and renters and that some are willing ... more

  • Apr 16th 2020

Make Your Home Office, Your Haven

For most freelancers, working from home is not the new normal. It is an intensified version of their everyday schedules, where the option to step out for coffee is no longer an option. It takes a certain type of discipline to be able to get out of ... more

  • Mar 20th 2020

COVID-19 Update

Dear Customers,   Due to the unprecedented events relating to Covid-19, we at Danvers Estate Agents would like to assure you we are taking all necessary steps to ensure our customers, contractors and team safe. Wherever we can ... more

  • Mar 11th 2020

Bank of England Emergency Base Interest Rate Cut

The Bank of England has announced an emergency cut in the base interest rate to shore up the economy during the Coronavirus crisis. The cut, from 0.75 per cent to 0.25 per cent, was announced at 7am this morning; it takes borrowing costs back down ... more

  • Feb 13th 2020

1.3 million buyers made enquiries about purchasing a home between December and January

Homebuyer enquiries rose by 15 per cent between December and January, compared to a year ago, signalling a return of optimism to the property market, according to Rightmove. More than 1.3 million buyers made enquiries about purchasing a home between ... more

  • Jan 22nd 2020

Property Market Outlook for 2020

With January well underway and with a clear election outcome, here at Danvers, we are starting to see the property market gain confidence with New Instructions & Sales being received. This is an industry sentiment, which is revealed by the latest RICS ... more

  • Mar 1st 2018

Does Large Scale Infrastructure and Major Development Affect Number of Homes Selling?

Can Large Scale Infrastructure and Development Affect the Sales Turnover of Privately Owned Homes in England and Wales?Here we take a look at an informative analysis of the affect of Major Infrastructure and Development on the turnover of privately owned ... more

  • Feb 16th 2018

Chinese New Year - Will the Year of the Dog be a Good Omen for House Prices?

o    The Chinese New Year officially begins on Friday 16th February, bringing in the Year of the Dog.o    The Chinese zodiac animals rotate every 12 years and we’ve taken a look at average house price growth for each of the years represented by ... more

  • Feb 12th 2018

What are the odds of selling your home?

When you selling your home it is vitally important to ask the agents, you invite to value your home and you are thinking of using, questions that will help you make not just an informed decision, but the right decision for you:How long does it take you ... more