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Sold Properties

Here is a selection of our most recently sold properties. With over half a century of estate agency experience we here at Abbot and Slater are perfectly placed to help you sell your current home and make your move to your next dream home. We have sold a wide variety of property sizes and styles over the years and you can be sure our dedicated and experienced team will work tirelessly to get you moving. Please call us on the number above for more information or come and visit us at our flagship office in Market Cross, Sturminster Newton and see for yourself what we offer.

It’s A Deal

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater looks at one of the fundamentally important issues in selling or buying a property – the deal. There is currently an awful lot in the news about negotiating. In Europe the Brexit negotiators are sharpening their pencils while on the other side of the Atlantic President Trump would have us believe that he is the best negotiator who ever walked the earth. In fact selling houses has more to do with negotiating than just about anything […]

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Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater looks at one of the fundamentally important issues in selling or buying a property – the deal.

There is currently an awful lot in the news about negotiating. In Europe the Brexit negotiators are sharpening their pencils while on the other side of the Atlantic President Trump would have us believe that he is the best negotiator who ever walked the earth.

In fact selling houses has more to do with negotiating than just about anything else – the better the negotiator you have on your side, the better the deal you get. The trouble is most people aren’t too comfortable negotiating the purchases and sales of their own homes. That’s why they get someone to act for them – an estate agent.

Negotiators should never be confused with hagglers. Anyone can haggle. The government, we hope, will not be haggling our future away with the EU. Instead they should be carefully and painstakingly figuring what the EU wants most and then trying to work out how we can give them what they want at minimum cost and maximum benefit to ourselves. At the same time the UK team should be making demands that are realistic, as unrealistic demands just annoy the other side and then no one gets anywhere.

In the end both sides will compromise a little here and a little there. Neither side will end up with all that they want – although each will claim that they have. But both sides will reach an agreeable level of what they do want. Everyone will come away happy – or acceptably so.

At first there will be a few threats – or sanctions – as those in the negotiating business call them. These will reach the press. Most headline arguments will be limited to the first initial skirmishes – just to show serious intent. But this is also sabre-rattling theatre for the sake of the folks back home. Then tentative proposals will be put to sound out the other side. This will lead to counter-proposals. Slowly, point-by-point, day-by-day, progress will be made. Each side will review and confirm what has been agreed as it goes along so there will be no doubt or question in the future. Watch the Brexit negotiations carefully. They will unfold this way. All negotiations do.

Good negotiators have years of experience during which they learn the tricks of the trade. Whether the negotiation is for world peace, releasing hostages, buying or selling business conglomerates or simply debating which film you will go and see with your partner or friend on Saturday night, all negotiations run in roughly the same way – argument, proposal, counter-proposal, agreement. We are all good at negotiating to some extent – children perhaps best of all, as they never back down and tears make a good sanction. But how good are we at multi-hundred-thousand-pound deals when it’s our own money at stake? Then it can often get too personal. That’s where many do-it-yourself negotiations break down – over small points of petty principle which prevent both sides from following a clear and dispassionate path to the desired end.

So why is a good estate agent so important? Because he or she will be a skilled negotiator. Without a skilled negotiator an already complicated house selling process can fast become an impossible one. If you think that buying and selling a property is hard when you use an estate agent, just wait until you try to do it without one.

To talk to us about how our skills and professional approach can make the difference to the sale of your Home this Summer call Christine or Tracey at Abbot and Slater on 01258 830860.

The Sorting Hat

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater gives some timely property buying advice now that the general election is over Many of us know about the Sorting Hat at J K Rowling’s Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. When a new student puts on the hat it tells him or her to which of the four houses – Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin – they are most suited. Well a property is just like the Sorting Hat. It’s as if it instinctively […]

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Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater gives some timely property buying advice now that the general election is over

Many of us know about the Sorting Hat at J K Rowling’s Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. When a new student puts on the hat it tells him or her to which of the four houses – Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin – they are most suited.

Well a property is just like the Sorting Hat. It’s as if it instinctively knows whether it’s right for you – and you for it. All you have to do is listen carefully to the conversation the property is having with your inner self.

This is important, as you don’t want to be put in the wrong house. You want to be somewhere which fits your personality, as well as your pocket and your spatial needs.

Of course every now and then even Sorting Hats can become a bit confused by the choice. Just look at what the British electorate Sorting Hat has done with the 2017 general election! It may have to have another go sooner rather than later. Yes there are many things to be confused about, especially in property. And it’s not just about finding the right home for you. What about the market? Then there’s Brexit, the economy, schools, transport, mortgages and even the neighbours. And what about prices; are they going up or down? When is the right time to buy?

But the right home can magically make many of these concerns disappear. That is because, apart from our families and ourselves, our homes are one of the most important things in our lives. Our homes protect and nurture us. They keep us warm. They keep us secure. They inspire us. Why do we become homesick when we are away for too long? When we are away we like to create a home-from-home and find somewhere that is homely. We have home thoughts and like home cooking. We certainly like home comforts. When we look for somewhere to live we home in on a place that we can call home-sweet-home, for our home is our castle.

Yes the property market is important. But more so is belonging to the right house. So why not forget the general election and Brexit negotiations for a while. Go and try on a house and let it tell you if you should move or not.

For advice on the sale of your home call Christine or Tracey at Abbot and Slater on 01258 830860.

 

Vote For Housing

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater looks ahead at the 2017 General Election and an all too often ignored – but vitally important – area of government policy. No doubt Brexit, the economy and the NHS will dominate the 2017 general election. Energy, education and defence should also get a strong look-in while the devolved governments will be trying to get as much air time as possible. But do spare a thought for housing, as, on the evidence of the […]

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Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater looks ahead at the 2017 General Election and an all too often ignored – but vitally important – area of government policy.

No doubt Brexit, the economy and the NHS will dominate the 2017 general election. Energy, education and defence should also get a strong look-in while the devolved governments will be trying to get as much air time as possible. But do spare a thought for housing, as, on the evidence of the recent past, it doesn’t look as if any of the political partys will.

Over the past nineteen years, and during the tenure of four prime ministers – Blair, Brown, Cameron and May – there have been no fewer than fourteen housing ministers.

This post seems to have become a stepping-stone for ministers who are either on an upwardly mobile career path or heading in the opposite direction into the political wilderness. That such an important part of our daily lives can be dealt with in such a perfunctory way seems short sighted and negative to most outside Westminster. Property is a national obsession yet the politicians seem to treat it as a short stop to somewhere else. Property also provides important jobs and revenue through allied industries such as furniture, flooring, lighting and decorating, and in the service sector – finance, legal, surveying, etc.

We need more housing in the UK and we need better housing. Yet successive governments have failed to plan, have failed to act and have failed to build the 250,000 new homes that we are estimated to need each year. They have failed to establish any sort of meaningful housing policy – indeed how could there be a meaningful one with so many different housing ministers? By contrast, in the same nineteen-year period there have been only seven home secretaries.

Too few new homes being built creates greater demand for the properties that are already part of the aging national estate. Strong demand and insufficient supply inevitably means rising property prices. The lack of any cohesive housing policies over two decades has not just added to the housing problem but has helped create it.

No market likes uncertainty and for the fourth year in succession we have an important election which will bring fresh uncertainty. Brexit will rumble on for several years yet, adding to this uneasiness. But we hope that whichever party prevails on 8th June the new prime minister will take his or her housing ministry more seriously and not just kick the subject into the long grass. We need a committed housing minister prepared to stay in the job for more than sixteen months.

We also hope that the new chancellor will not use housing as another easy way to create revenue without first thinking through the implications a higher rate of tax will have on the property market as a whole and our lives as citizens – after all we all have to live somewhere.

Springwatch

Christine Slater, Partner at Abbot and Slater takes a fresh look at the property market this spring. Spring has arrived and the migratory instincts of home movers are at their annual peak. Some home migrants will only be moving a short distance from their existing habitat. Others will have a longer passage to different parts of the country or even overseas. But this is certainly home moving season. Can nothing stop this natural urge? Well yes, there are a few things. […]

Springwatch

Christine Slater, Partner at Abbot and Slater takes a fresh look at the property market this spring.

Spring has arrived and the migratory instincts of home movers are at their annual peak. Some home migrants will only be moving a short distance from their existing habitat. Others will have a longer passage to different parts of the country or even overseas. But this is certainly home moving season. Can nothing stop this natural urge? Well yes, there are a few things. First some commentators spreading fake news and doom and gloom about Brexit and higher stamp duty don’t help. Then there are the alternative facts about attractive-sounding but unrealistic prices – peddled by new-to-the-industry agents working from laptops in goodness knows where! All this chatter can confuse some buyers and sellers. It certainly doesn’t help to point them in the right direction.

But it needn’t be like this. The property market doesn’t have to be a big scary place of self-serving hangers-on and an empty horizon with no end in sight. Instead it can be an exciting place full of new birth, regeneration, ambition and hope. It can also be a place of honest and sound advice.

No, moving home is seldom easy. Just ask the millions of birds who make their journeys each year. It can be an exhausting business. But it is worth it in the end. A new habitat brings a wonderful change of scene and fresh opportunities.

So carefully choose where you are going, prepare well and spread your wings. Birds use the stars to help them navigate. In-the-know people use experienced estate agents to help guide them. They don’t use inexperienced ones, as they will only get them lost!

Migration isn’t only for the birds and happily most of us migrate for life-improving and life-affirming reasons. But we are the lucky ones. We should spare a thought this Easter for all those around the world migrating for life-threatening reasons.

To find out more about how we here at Abbot and Slater can guide you through the Sales and Buying process call Christine or Tracey on 01258 830860.

A Word to the Wise

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater considers the opposing forces that are affecting the property market this spring. The post-Brexit property market is turning into a paradox. With low interest rates, declining numbers of unemployed and an economy that appears to be on a strong path of sustained improvement things should be booming. Confidence, the lifeblood of the property market, should be surging though its heart, pumping up prices as the numbers of available properties dwindle. It should be the […]

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Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater considers the opposing forces that are affecting the property market this spring.

The post-Brexit property market is turning into a paradox. With low interest rates, declining numbers of unemployed and an economy that appears to be on a strong path of sustained improvement things should be booming. Confidence, the lifeblood of the property market, should be surging though its heart, pumping up prices as the numbers of available properties dwindle. It should be the classic sellers’ market. Except it isn’t. Why?

The answer is that confidence is muted. Concern over Brexit is a factor. So too are the criteria needed to get a mortgage nowadays. Also there is mounting caution over major spending decisions and heightened house price-to-earnings ratios. With rising inflation affecting household incomes, house price rises could be suppressed and in some areas even reversed this year. House prices will reflect growth in households’ incomes much more closely this year rather than outstripping them.

So who does one turn to when the going gets tougher, when selling is harder and when finding a great buyer can’t simply be left to the internet (as if it ever could)?  Like most things in life when you need someone to show you the way it is best to find someone who has been along that particular road before.

So if you are selling your home in 2017 here are some important points about this current market that experienced estate agents understand only too well.

 – Don’t believe everything you read in the press.  The media is invariably three months behind the market and the national newspapers cannot reflect local market conditions that can swing wildly from county to county and even town to town.  But while conditions in some areas might be better than expected, in others there are growing challenges.

 – First time buyers should take advantage of this period while investors are still reeling from stamp duty hikes.

 – Those at the upper end of the market should understand rapid changes in taste, income, lifestyle and generational requirements within the modern family unit. Buyers’ needs are not the same as they were a decade or two ago. These changes affect desirability, suitability and affordability.

 – Start planning your 2017 sale early.  Don’t wait. In market terms there is little to wait for.

 – Be prepared to be flexible on price and timing. This positive attitude will bring material benefits as well as peace of mind. Or you can dig your heels in and be miserable.

 – Remember that property values have risen over the past few years so even a negative correction in prices will have little real effect on those who have owned their property for over three years or so.  The notion of losing out is uncomfortable to anyone, but experienced movers understand they have to ride the ups and downs.

 – What one loses on the swings one gains on the roundabouts.  Price corrections work both ways – on the sale and the purchase.  2017 could be a great year for finding a property.  But selling may be a challenge. In property one thing is sure: one rarely wins out both ways!  Be realistic.

 – Use an experienced professional to show you the way.  Fee-cutting or online-only estate agents can be very attractive to the uninitiated, but don’t be beguiled.  You get what you pay for.  In this market a wise seller needs sage advice based on experience and know-how.  Sellers will need the services of those who offer their clients skill and candour as well as respect – not the scant attentions of those who regard other people’s homes simply as fee-generating units of residence, or as another tick on the office dry-board score sheet.  If you are selling and don’t just want to be a number make sure you get market appraisals from several reputable local estate agents and be certain to ask each one how long they have worked in the area.  Also ask if they have worked through several market cycles and, most importantly, what they learnt from them.

 – Finally there is no reason why a property that is well presented, in good order and priced correctly should not find an eager buyer. But the right advice is crucial from the start.

For professional and proactive advice on the Sale of your home call us at Abbot and Slater on 01258 830860.

Sturminster Newton – a Phoenix amongst Dorset Towns

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater, Estate Agents says of Sturminster Newton that it is a phoenix amongst Dorset Towns. When I first came to work as an Estate Agent in Sturminster Newton in 2001, the town was mourning the closure of the Cattle Market in 1998. The surrounding countryside had been devastated by BSE in the same year and hope for the future of the town was certainly at low ebb. How wrong they were. The grit and tenacity […]

Christine Slater of Abbot and Slater, Estate Agents says of Sturminster Newton that it is a phoenix amongst Dorset Towns.

When I first came to work as an Estate Agent in Sturminster Newton in 2001, the town was mourning the closure of the Cattle Market in 1998. The surrounding countryside had been devastated by BSE in the same year and hope for the future of the town was certainly at low ebb.

How wrong they were. The grit and tenacity of the town’s folk led to the Cattle Market square being developed to provide a mixture of quality housing close to amenities, from Apartments to Detached and Semi Detached houses. The Award Winning Exchange was completed and provides an amazing venue for cinema, theatre, dance and keep fit. Run by volunteers it has a coffee shop and offers a wonderful and eclectic mix of entertainment and social groups, including children’s groups.

Further developments followed and as more people came to the area so the schools have flourished with both the First and Senior Schools growing in stature and enjoying improved results across the spectrum. Children, however, need nurturing and the town has an array of groups and societies for them to enjoy, from the local football club, to boxing, dance, beavers, cub and scout groups and amateur dramatics with SNADS, whose productions throughout the year are always eagerly awaited. Pre-school children are catered for with Nurseries and Mother’s Groups within the town and also in the nearby towns of Blandford Forum and Shaftesbury.

This is a town for all age groups with new bijoux shops and cafes opening within the town to great acclaim. Indeed in recent months Oxfords Bakery has opened a shop in the town as well as new café Sweet Pea, which offers freshly cooked food and delicious coffee and drinks. For tea lovers there is the Comins Tea House where families can enjoy teas from around the world.

The town is surrounded by wonderful countryside and sought after village communities. It continues to offer a rich mixture of housing, from over a million pounds for an opulent riverside dwelling to a modern and contemporary one bed apartment close to the town centre. As a family you can walk or cycle the Trailway to Blandford Forum or meander along the River Stour to Hinton St Mary, enjoying a wonderful assortment of wildlife and views as you go.

This is a town for families of all ages with a strong community spirit and wealth of history. Proud of its heritage and keen to embrace new homes and businesses it is a very good place to live and work.

Homance

Christine Slate of Abbot and Slater offers some timely estate agent matchmaking advice as we head towards Valentine’s Day. Hard as it might be to believe, good estate agents can be perfect sweethearts. It is always best to have someone by your side who values you, who will fight for you, who won’t argue (much), who will only hang around your house when you want them to, and always has your best interests at heart. Such a person may not […]

Homance

Christine Slate of Abbot and Slater offers some timely estate agent matchmaking advice as we head towards Valentine’s Day.

Hard as it might be to believe, good estate agents can be perfect sweethearts. It is always best to have someone by your side who values you, who will fight for you, who won’t argue (much), who will only hang around your house when you want them to, and always has your best interests at heart. Such a person may not make such a bad partner.

Of course there are good partners and bad partners. Selling property well rests heavily on the partnership built up between seller and estate agent. A good agent will lovingly put you and your property on a pedestal and then expertly and fiercely negotiate to achieve the best deal for you. On the other hand, a lesser agent may just put your property on the internet with all their others and then haggle to find the easiest deal – easiest for them. There’s nothing good about a selfish Valentine.

There is a great difference between the two – often many thousands of pounds in the final price you achieve. You could come to love the former but hate the latter. The trick is finding the right Valentine agent at the outset. It’s a bit like finding the best boyfriend or girlfriend. They may look roughly the same at first but over time they all act very differently.

So if you are searching for the type of estate agent you could come to love this spring go on a few dates – invite a few round to give you some marketing advice and see how you get on. Then ask yourself whom you would prefer, the cheap flashy one who brags a lot or the one with which you feel most comfortable, the one with a background of stable and successful relationships – the one you would most like to introduce to your parents.

For the love of your home make sure you speak to Abbot and Slater, we love property and will make sure you home stands out from the crowd. To find out more about us or to arrange a Free Market Appraisal just call Christine or Tracey on 01258 830860.

London Days at our Mayfair Office

Throughout the year we will be visiting our Mayfair Office to conduct our London Days and our first visit of 2017 is taking place on Monday 13th February. A day in Mayfair offers us the ability to meet London and Home Counties buyers face to face and in doing so showcase property entrusted to our books. The London and Home Counties market has, and continues to, provide a growing number of people who wish to move to Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire […]

London Day Poster Capture

Throughout the year we will be visiting our Mayfair Office to conduct our London Days and our first visit of 2017 is taking place on Monday 13th February. A day in Mayfair offers us the ability to meet London and Home Counties buyers face to face and in doing so showcase property entrusted to our books.

The London and Home Counties market has, and continues to, provide a growing number of people who wish to move to Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire and our vast knowledge of our area and the property we have at any time available for sale is used to its full extent when talking to buyers wishing to move to this wonderful part of the world. These buyers want Information with regard to Education, Recreational and Cultural facilities. Transport links back to visit family and friends together information regarding what different areas and properties have to offer. All this and more is available to those who visit Cashel House during our London Days.

The properties showcased can be discussed and viewings arranged, whilst those who have already viewed properties through us but live in London and the Home counties can call in and discuss their ongoing requirements and view and discuss with us any new properties to the market.

Our wealth of knowledge, professionalism and expertise are invaluable to those who wish to make the move to Wessex. Our London Days really do mean that Your Property + London and Home Counties Buyers can equal the Perfect Match.

If you would like to know more about how the Mayfair Office and our London Days can make the difference to the sale of your Home in 2017 why not call Christine or Tracey on 01258 830860 or email us to request a copy of Influence. This booklet will give you an insight into the resident team at the Mayfair Office and how our expertise and their influence can make the difference to the sale of your home in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bye Bye January

We are now leaving January 2017 behind us and all those resolutions made for the coming year are being played out. A dry January, trips to the Gym, Weight loss etc. Amongst these decisions and goals some of you will have decided that a house move is to take place during 2017. Ah you might say so that is the Bye Bye. Well no actually it isn’t. The Bye Bye is my big tip for preparing your home for sale either […]

We are now leaving January 2017 behind us and all those resolutions made for the coming year are being played out. A dry January, trips to the Gym, Weight loss etc.

Amongst these decisions and goals some of you will have decided that a house move is to take place during 2017. Ah you might say so that is the Bye Bye. Well no actually it isn’t. The Bye Bye is my big tip for preparing your home for sale either now or in the Spring or Summer of 2017.

As an Estate Agent I am often asked “what should we do to prepare our house for sale, make it more appealing etc” and without doubt the one thing that you can and should do is say good bye to clothes, furnishings, paperwork, things stored in the loft and garage that you haven’t used and really and truly have no further use for. Be green, do some car boot sales, or offer larger items for sale on eBay or similar. If you start early you will have the time and might even enjoy the process. I know many who have done this very successfully but if the idea of selling things isn’t for you there is always the tip and charity shops will gratefully receive those items we no longer have a use for!

Moving house is stressful, I cannot deny that. We are a nation of hoarders and keepers of memorabilia. I am just the same keeping pictures of the children at all stages of their life, clothes I haven’t worn for years etc etc. It will however help, not only in the presentation of your home when selling but also when the eventual move takes place, if you have said a fond farewell to those items that will not be useful in your new home.

It really does ensure your property looks its best when up for sale if all those little things you’ve been mean to sort out for ages have been cleared away. Look at the following two photographs and tell me honestly which one is the more appealing.

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I believe that simplicity sells and if we can tidy and declutter our house, garden, garage or shed before we go to the market then it will help. Say bye bye and when the removal van arrives to take you to your new home you will know that those things you are taking with you are truly going to be useful in your new home. It will also help your agent to present your home in the best possible light. Image is everything and the images of your home that are placed on the internet are the thing that will draw people in.

Here at Abbot and Slater we will be very happy to give you advice on how to prepare your home and garden for sale so for further information or to arrange a Free Market Appraisal call Christine or Tracey on 01258 830860 or come in and see us in our Sturminster Newton office.

Abbot and Slater’s First London Day of 2017

With the January blues behind us and London and Homes Counties Buyers as keen as ever to secure a home in Dorset, Abbot and Slater are pleased to announce the date of their first London Day at their Mayfair Office for 2017. Christine Slater says “Monday the 13th February, with love in the air, will find us in the heart of Mayfair to bring our portfolio of properties to the attention of London and Home Counties Buyers. Such opportunities are […]

With the January blues behind us and London and Homes Counties Buyers as keen as ever to secure a home in Dorset, Abbot and Slater are pleased to announce the date of their first London Day at their Mayfair Office for 2017.

Christine Slater says “Monday the 13th February, with love in the air, will find us in the heart of Mayfair to bring our portfolio of properties to the attention of London and Home Counties Buyers. Such opportunities are an important part of our calendar and enable us to personally showcase our portfolio of properties to London and Home Counties buyers keen to make the move to this wonderful part of the world.”

Going through our completed sales for 2016, as you will see from the pie chart below, other than local buyers by which we mean those residing in Dorset and Somerset at the time of purchase, then the largest number of our buyers continues to come from London and the Home Counties.

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This group of buyers has always been extremely important to the strength of the our market and although they are not seen in the numbers experienced before the crash in 2007/2008, our area is still much sought after by those wishing to retire or have a change of lifestyle.

The current problems London and Home Counties residents are currently experiencing with the rail networks is a point in question. The daily grind of trying to catch a train into the capital is wearing some down and making their desire to escape to a better quality of life stronger. Improved electronic communications mean that there are more and more opportunities for people to work from home for a number of days per week and with South West Trains offering an excellent rail service to London Waterloo, which can be accessed locally from Sherborne, Gillingham and Salisbury, this makes working in the capital for a few days a week a reality. Road links are good and with the go ahead for the proposed underpass for the A303 past Stonehenge, which will eventually relieve the congestion there during the summer months, our area is a more and more desirable option.

Our ability therefore to showcase your property to London and Home Counties buyers via our Mayfair Office in in the heart of London is an essential marketing tool. It is staffed by full time professionals who have a wealth of knowledge both at home and abroad and our partnership with them means we are able to offer an extensive range of advertising and promotional opportunities that would not normally be available to an Independent Dorset Agent.

To take advantage of our next London Day on Monday the 13th February 2017 and have your property showcased in the heart of Mayfair call Christine or Tracey at Abbot and Slater on 01258 830860.


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