Ian Bythell

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Squatting Laws

The newly introduced law which has finally made squatting in a residential property an illegal offence is a long overdue move that has been welcomed by many, but does the legislation go far enough to protect some landlords? […]

September 21st, 2012|Petty Commercial|

Property In Demand?

As members of the Home Sale Network, we were keen to hear the results of their recent survey which has revealed the most popular property types currently available in the UK – the survey found that two and three bedroom houses topped the list. […]

September 21st, 2012|Petty Residential|

Petty Reviews 2011

Ian Bythell, Director at Petty’s looks candidly at the past year and comments on the ever-changing horizon affecting the property market. Without doubt as we look back over the past year it is clear it has been somewhat of a rollercoaster ride for the property market.  Negative media reports portrayed uncertainty and diminished confidence in the sector but if properties were priced realistically, sales were still being achieved which was somewhat overshadowed. […]

September 21st, 2012|Petty Residential|

Best Agent in NW

Independent estate agent, Petty is delighted to announce that they have won Home Sale Network’s prestigious 2011 Best Agent North West Regional Award at the Network’s 18th Annual Conference, held at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, London on Friday 18 November. […]

September 21st, 2012|Petty Residential|

Alderley Edge Burnley

There have been extremely frustrating media reports in recent weeks about cheap residential property in Burnley – some of which was skewed and misrepresented our town beyond recognition. All former industrial towns have areas that need improvement, but very few such towns present the wealth of opportunity that we see in Burnley. I genuinely believe that we have a residential offer that is a good as anything in the country – delivering a lifestyle that is practically unattainable elsewhere. […]

September 21st, 2012|Petty Residential|
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