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New legislation is only days away and it’s set to change the data protection landscape and how your personal data will be stored and processed.
Find out what is REALLY happening in the Esher, Hinchley Wood, Claygate, Molesey and Thames Ditton property market.
Moving home is an exciting and often chaotic time. Yet all too often it’s easy to forget our four-legged friends as we get wrapped up in organising, planning and packing!

#LoveMolesey Launch Event

6th March 2018
#LoveMolesey Launch event - Tuesday 13th March 8pm-9pm St Mary's church, East Molesey.
From the 1st April 2018 new regulations come into force that requires landlords of privately rented domestic and non-domestic property in England or Wales to ensure that their properties reach at least an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E before granting a new tenancy to new or existing tenants.

Tenant’s Moving Out Checklist

15th February 2018
So, it’s time to move on! You’ve reached the end of your tenancy and are starting to think about what you need to organise before you move out. To minimise the stress, we’ve put together a checklist to help ensure you don’t miss anything important. 
Our first Explore Molesey of 2018 takes a closer look at Musicland East.

Getting snap happy!

24th January 2018
Selling or letting your property? First impressions count. Before you work on improving your property’s ‘curb appeal’ or infusing the air with the aroma of percolating coffee, consider this. For more than 98% of buyers, the first encounter they will have with your property are the listing photographs! So how does yours measure up? 
Thinking about selling or renting your property in the winter?  This is probably one of the hardest times of year to promote your property. The skies are grey and the garden never looks its best. But that doesn’t mean you can’t successfully market your property. Follow our top tips for getting the most out of viewings.
Here’s a rather unnerving fact, as highlighted in research from insurance company CPP: a million Britons have moved house because of disputes with their neighbours. Yes, one in 20 of us have opted to sell up because of increasing tensions with — or bad behaviour from — the people who live nearby.

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