New Homes at Old David’s Mount, Alkrington

This superb, bespoke development of just 8, 3 bedroom semi detached and mews style houses, stands within the highly sought after residential area of Alkrington and provide unique, high quality and economical, luxury accommodation, featuring high quality extras including stunning kitchens and bathrooms along with tiled flooring to the living and kitchen areas.

Old David's Mount

Old David’s Mount, stands just over 6 miles from Manchester City Centre, only minutes from the M60 motorway network and is within the catchment of highly regarded schooling including St Thomas More RC Primary School and St Michaels Church of England Primary School.

Constructed by Messrs Renwick Property Developments, the homes provide all the benefits of modern living, with unique touches to provide character and that added touch of quality. Ideal family homes.

Each property comes with a 10 year NHBC guarantee for your peace of mind.

HELP TO BUY is also AVAILABLE allowing you to purchase with only a 5% deposit. For example using Help to Buy Plot 2 is £189,950, 5% deposit only £9,498, Help to Buy equity loan £37,990, meaning you only require a 75% mortgage of £142,463.

Visit our website HERE or speak to our New Homes team on 0161 925 3235.

Your House may be repossessed if you do not keep up the repayments on your mortgage.

Antiques Valuation Event at our Royton Office

Following the success of our first ever Fine Art Antiques Valuation Event, we are looking forward to our next Antiques Valuation event  at our Royton office on Thursday 28th July in association with Wright Marshall Ltd.

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Do you have any antiques that you would like to get some expert advice on?

Join ITV’s Masterpiece antiques expert Rachel Houston Holland (below), and jewellery valuer Francesca Garvey in Royton with your antiques and jewellery to receive a FREE valuation and advice on selling.

Rachel Houston

It might be time to dig out those valuables and visit our Antiques Valuation Event at Ryder & Dutton, 30-32 Rochdale Road, Royton, Oldham, OL2 6QJ on Thursday 28th July between 10am and 2pm.

For more information, call us today on 0161 925 3254 or email fineart@ryder-dutton.co.uk

Open Viewing 639 Huddersfield Road, Lees

We have an open viewing taking place at 639 Huddersfield Road in Lees on Saturday 23rd July between 12pm and 1pm.

Viewers are welcome to attend the property with no appointment necessary.

639 Huddersfield Road

639 Huddersfield Road is a most charming mid terrace within easy reach of the Saddleworth Countryside, tucked away off Huddersfield Road.

This lovely property is deceivingly spacious and an internal inspection will reveal sizeable accommodation, tastefully presented and featuring entrance vestibule, lounge, dining room with feature fireplace and wood burning stove, modern fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, stylish bathroom. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows. Outside boasts a much larger than average lawned front garden, whilst to the rear a paved yard and single detached garage. EPC D

Viewers are welcome to attend the property with no appointment necessary on Saturday 23rd July between 12pm and 1pm.

You can also view full details on our website HERE. 

 

Ryder & Dutton visit Wardle Academy

It was back to school for Ryder & Dutton as we visited Wardle Academy in Rochdale on Friday 15th July to help conduct mock interviews for students who are just finishing year 10 and getting ready for their final year at secondary school.

Wardle Academy

The students all took part in a 20 minute mock interview with various employers from a cross sector of industries asking interview style questions to give the students some experience of an interview scenario.

Rochdale office Manager Stewart Kay attended along with Heywood office Manager Rachel Brettell to interview the students and offer them feedback. Rachel is a former pupil at Wardle and so it was nice for Rachel to visit the school again.

Both Stewart and Rachel really enjoyed meeting the students and we hope the students too away some valuable interview practice.

Antiques Valuation Event: Date for your diary

Following the success of our first ever Fine Art Antiques Valuation Event at our Holmfirth office, we are able to reveal that our next Antiques Valuation event will be held at our Royton office on Thursday 28th July.

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At our first ever Valuation event in May an array of interesting items were brought to our office for ITV’s Masterpiece antiques expert Rachel Houston-Holland and jewellery valuer Francesca Garvey of Wright Marshall Ltd, to offer free valuations and advice on selling jewellery, fine arts and antiques. Some of these items are now set to go under the hammer in upcoming fine art Auction sales.

Rachel Houston

Do you have any antiques that you would like to get some expert advice on?

It might be time to dig out those valuables and visit our Antiques Valuation Event at Ryder & Dutton, 30-32 Rochdale Road, Royton, Oldham, OL2 6QJ on Thursday 28th July between 10am and 2pm.

For any further queries contact us on 0161 925 3254.

Ryder & Dutton support ‘Wilberfest’ – Local Primary School’s Festival Day!

Ryder & Dutton are looking forward to sponsoring ‘Wilberfest’, a festival day for three primary schools on Saturday 16th July with stalls, games, a live band and even camping in the school field.

The school is part of a federation of three semi rural schools; Wilberlee Junior & Infant School in Slaithwaite, Clough head Junior & Infant School in Bolster moor and Wellhouse Junior & Infant School in Golcar.

We are looking forward to attending ‘Wilberfest’ and supporting the three local primary schools.

 

 

Brexit? It’s Business As Usual for Relocation Agent Network Members

It would appear that amongst Relocation Agent Network members, the result of June’s EU Referendum has (so far) had little impact on the UK housing market.

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One week after the EU Referendum, Relocation Agent Network surveyed a group of its members to see what trends they were experiencing in each of their local housing markets. The results found that – on the whole – trends were relatively unchanged.

When discussing the direct impact that the Referendum has had so far on the property market, over 90% stated that they had seen no housing transactions fall through as a direct consequence. 75% also noted that buyer enquiries have stayed the same since the result was announced.

When asked whether survey respondents thought residential sales prices will rise over the next 18 months, 83% indicated they will stay the same. Similarly, 75% indicated that transactions in the sales market for the same period, will also stay the same.

It would appear that survey respondents foresee a similar picture for the UK rental market. 66% reported that over the next 18 months, both rental rates and buy-to-let transactions will stay the same.

The survey also asked respondents how long they thought any uncertainty in the UK property market would last. More than 66% think it will be six months, with an additional quarter suggesting 12 months.

Richard Powell from Ryder & Dutton, the member of Relocation Agent Network in the local area said, “So far we have seen Brexit make very little impact on the local property market. Of course, the long term impact it will have is uncertain, but the summer months are traditionally a popular time to enter the housing market and 2016 is no different. If you have a property to sell, contact us today. We’re Relocation Agent Network’s appointed Local Expert which means we have access to out of town buyers moving into the area.”