Arnolds Keys Blog

Insights and updates on the property market. Featuring opinion pieces and brand news across residential, commercial and agricultural sectors.

 

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GREEN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MEANS A POSITIVE FUTURE FOR NORFOLK’S MOST EASTERLY TOWN

3 November 2020

In the current climate we are all looking for some positive news – and we can find it in Great Yarmouth. Read more >

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WE CAN’T EXPECT FUNDING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE UNLESS WE CAN PROVE IT IS BEING USED EFFECTIVELY

24 October 2020

In an era when public spending seems to be undertaken more freely than for many years, in response to the coronavirus, it’s easy to forget that in normal times politicians... Read more >

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Home truths from the bank of Mum and Dad

20 October 2020

We have been talking about the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ effect on the housing market for a long time now, so it should come as no surprise that research... Read more >

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LANDLORDS AND TENANTS NEED TO WORK TOGETHER TOWARDS WELL-MAINTAINED HOMES

13 October 2020

With the clocks going back at the end of this month, and wet and stormy weather reminding us that summer is definitely over, it’s a good time of year to... Read more >

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Flexibility in negotiations is key

7 October 2020

Commercial landlords may need to be flexible with their tenants when it comes to rent negotiations during the pandemic. Read more >

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OPEN FOR BUSINESS

29 September 2020

Last week marked six months since the country was placed under a lockdown, Arnolds Keys have worked tirelessly to ensure that our clients’ needs are fully serviced in these difficult... Read more >

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COUNTRYSIDE STEWARDSHIP AND BEYOND

26 September 2020

This September marks the end of a busy window for countryside stewardship applications. At the beginning of the year farmers were urged to consider applying, in order to benefit from... Read more >

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Messing about on the river

18 September 2020

‘Messing about on the river…’ For those of us who remember this famous line from the song written by Tony Hatch, which was lyrically adapted for the Hoseasons television advert... Read more >