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The Easter Egg Project

The Easter Egg Project

April, 2019

The Whitstable property market has proved to be more resilient than many in the UK - so while we can never know how property values will change in the future - this goes a long way to explain why first-time and experienced property developers alike regard these harbour town 'projects'... Read full article


The new generation of park homes

The new generation of park homes

April, 2019

We are lucky enough to have frequently sold park homes for vendors at Rowan Tree Farm in Seasalter. The park owner, Keat Farm, has brought some brand new homes to the market and they are beautiful! We get lots of enquiries about park homes and so we think it would be helpful to share... Read full article

Looking for love?

Looking for love?

February, 2019

Househunting is like match-making, only more satisfying. I don’t say this just because I love my job (which I do!) but because it so true - at the start it can seem as if people have different goals and the timing is all wrong. And then the stars align: offers are... Read full article


It's ALL about communication.

It's ALL about communication.

January, 2019

Returning to work after the Christmas break has been positively rewarding. Does that seem odd? All I know is that we've been looking across all our Whitstable properties and updating our clients on progress and looking forward to viewings and negotiations. Getting on the case with... Read full article


The Ease of Park Homes

The Ease of Park Homes

October, 2018

Have you noticed the regular flow of park homes that flow through the Mark Smith sales book? There are good reasons why this happens. Let's jump right in with the upsides of Park Home living.

Park homes have a well deserved reputation for being havens for older people.... Read full article


September Sold Signs

September Sold Signs

September, 2018

The UK property market is known for its peaks and troughs of activity throughout the year. The Whitstable property market is more resllient than most, but even here we notice a dip in summer activity and a rise in autumn when everyone returns to work and school.

This... Read full article


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