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Summertime Events in Didsbury 


This is it, the school holidays are kicking in, and (apparently) summer is well and truly upon us.  Traditionally this is a time when the family buyer activity slows a little as people are distracted with the holiday period, however I'm delighted to say that the sales market appears to be moving along nicely with lots of new properties still coming to the market to satisfy Didsbury's insatiable demand for good quality homes. 

The lettings market is really flying, with July and August traditionally being the busiest months of the year in Didsbury, particularly with the professional sector (Doctors in particular) starting new contracts.  Bearing all the above in mind, if you're considering selling, thinking of renting out your home or letting a rental investment, don't hold back - the market is with you!  Feel free to call on 0161 434 4311 or pop into the office to discuss your options.


<span style="font-weight: bold;">Pilates n the Park</span>

Why not make the most of the Manchester sunshine and refresh your Mind & Body at the same time by taking part in an outdoor physio led Pilates class? All Equipment is provided, all you need to bring is some water and your sunglasses!
 
 

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<span style="font-weight: bold;">Little Fest</span>

Little Fest is back this year in Old Moat Park on Sunday 21st July between 1-5pm. This is a free community event and a great family event with activities for all ages, including arts & crafts, circus skills, felt making and many more, so make sure you pack up a picnic and head over!
 
 

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<span style="font-weight: bold;">Mama Mia Tango</span>

Held every Thursday at The Spread Eagle in Chorlton, Mama Mia Tango is a great opportunity to learn the techniques of the dance or to improve your current skill set, with classes to accommodate drop-ins with or without partners.
 

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Nearly half of over 55s would downsize to fund lifestyle

With more people living longer and ageing with much better health than ever before, those aged 55 and over are playing a key part in the national economy. Recent research from SunLife has surveyed this age group and found that nearly half would sell up in order to fund a more jet-set lifestyle.

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What are the top reasons for moving home?

With the weather getting warmer, property market activity tends to see a rise as many look to get the home move done and dusted before their holiday or before the kids have to go back to school.

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What is ‘gazumping’ and how do I avoid it?

If you’re looking for a new home, or are looking for your first home, then “gazumping” may be a term that you aren’t particularly familiar with. Essentially, gazumping is when you have had an offer accepted by a seller, and are in the midst of the buying process, when another buyer comes along and offers a higher price, effectively stealing (or gazumping) the sale.

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