Open viewing at Chellow Dene, Mossley


Chellow Dene

No Chain. A fantastic mid-townhouse ideal for the growing family set in a popular and convenient location close to Top Mossley and its range of amenities. Internal inspection comes highly recommended to reveal an entrance hall, lounge, dining area, kitchen, three spacious bedrooms and bathroom. Gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. EPC: C. Externally offering parking to the front and a split-level garden to the rear.

15 Chellow Dene, Mossley, Ashton-under-lyne OL5 0NB is available to view Saturday 28th May between 10.30am and 12pm. No appointment required. Viewers welcome.

Full details are also available on our website HERE. 

Open Viewing Elmstone Drive, Royton

7 Elmstone Drive in Royton is holding an open viewing on Saturday 28th May between 11am and 1pm. NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED.

7 Elmstone Drive, Royton

A popular style four bedroom detached property offering good sized living accommodation and a central location to the amenities on offer in Royton. The property has been well maintained throughout and a viewing is highly recommended. This will reveal; entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, downstairs wc, landing, four bedrooms (master with en-suite) and family bathroom. Externally are gardens to the front and rear along with a parking space leading to an integral garage. NO CHAIN. EPC C.

7 Elmstone Drive, Royton, Oldham OL2 6DH is available to view on Saturday 28th May 2016 between 11am and 1pm.

You can also view full details on our website HERE. 

Ryder & Dutton Antiques Valuation Event

On Thursday 19th May between 10am and 2pm, Ryder & Dutton are holding an Antiques Valuation Event in association with Wright Marshall Ltd.

ITV’s Masterpiece antiques expert Rachel Houston Holland (pictured below) and jewellery valuer Francesca Garvey who will be on hand to offer a free valuation and advice on selling.

Rachel Houston

The Antiques Valuation event will take place at Ryder & Dutton in Holmfirth, 71 Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3AZ.

For more information contact us on 0161 925 3254 or email

Ryder & Dutton named Oldham Business of the Year 2016

Friday 13th May 2016 saw the eighth Oldham Business Awards held at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in Oldham, bringing businesses together to celebrate the success of Oldham’s business community.

Ryder & Dutton were shortlisted for an award at the ceremony which saw over 500 business leaders and entrepreneurs gathered, and we were delighted to be crowned the Oldham Business of the Year in our Category.

OBA Winners 2016

The Directors of Ryder & Dutton said ‘We are delighted to have been named Business of the Year in our Category and this is recognition of our standing, not just as Estate Agents, but as an important business and employer in the Borough.

The fact that we were up against such diverse businesses is a credit to everyone at Ryder & Dutton’.

We would also like to congratulate all the fellow businesses that were winners and shortlisted for the Oldham Business Awards.

Open Viewing at Albert Street in Royton, Oldham

76 Albert Street in Royton is holding an OPEN VIEWING on SATURDAY 21ST MAY 2016 between 11am and 1pm with NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED to view the property.

Albert Street

A three bedroom mid terrace property located in a popular area, close to Royton Cricket Club and within easy reach of the amenities on offer in Royton Centre. The property has been enhanced by the current owner since purchase and features; vestibule, lounge, large kitchen/diner, landing, three bedrooms and bathroom. Externally is a good sized courtyard with steps up to a decked sitting area which opens up to good views. NO CHAIN. EPC D.

76 Albert Street in Royton, Oldham, OL2 5UF is available to view on SATURDAY 21ST MAY 2016 between 11am and 1pm. Viewers welcome.

You can also view full details on our website HERE. 

Narrowgate Brow, Fir Lane, Royton

Narrowgate Brow, Fir Lane, Royton is a unique character detached property situated in a rural position with superb far reaching views over stunning countryside and beyond.

Narrowgate House, Narrowgate Brow

The property dates back to 1882 and was designed and built for a local mill owner. An internal inspection is highly recommended which will reveal; hall, open plan lounge, kitchen, dining room, conservatory, useful cellar area, landing, four bedrooms and bathroom. Externally are large and well kept gardens to the front, side & rear. A large driveway and two good sized outbuildings currently used as offices and a games room. The property sits on approximately half an acre with electronically operated gates to the side leading to a large driveway. As well as a monitored alarm system there is CCTV in operation 24 hours a day for added security. NO CHAIN. EPC E.

You can also view full details on the website HERE. 

Mortgage market has busiest opening quarter since 2007

In the lead-up to the EU Referendum, the mortgage market has been quietly chugging away in the background.


So much so, that e.surv’s Mortgage Monitor has claimed that the market has actually had its busiest start to the year since 2007.

In Quarter 1 of this year, 71,710 mortgages were granted, meaning it was the highest opening quarter in nine years, despite the market slowing slightly in February and March.

Landlords stole much of the headline space throughout February due to the changes in Stamp Duty, which led to a surge in buy-to-let mortgages being taken out in order to try and beat the arrival of the new additional charge in April.

March, however, saw first-time buyers take the reins for market activity, with the lending of mortgages of over 85% loan-to-value accounting for 17.1% of all mortgages sold, which was an increase of 1.4% on the previous month.

With the hike in the Bank of England base rate looking further off as the weeks go by, first-time buyers are utilising the current record low mortgage rates and lenders are returning the favour with the number of mortgage products available being at its highest ever.

Does this mean that the housing crisis is solved?

Many people, particularly aspiring first-time buyers, would have been watching Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget in March with the hope that he would offer a helping hand to the growing number of hopeful home-owners that are struggling to get onto the property ladder due to rising house prices. Unfortunately, that’s not what he offered.

Yes, the Lifetime ISA was a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t particularly help aspiring buyers with their more urgent requirements.

And with Help to Buy expected to end in December this year, the government needs to urgently devise a plan in order to avoid having an influx of aspiring home-owners getting stuck in the rental sector come 2017.

The fact that Q1 of this year saw the most activity since 2007 should give the market and the government the confidence that there are willing buyers out there.

But, until the lack of housing supply is addressed directly, those willing buyers may lose their inclination to continue saving and waiting for their own home, choosing to rent instead.

Mortgage Advice Bureau