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Good News for Homeowners with a mortgage – Interest Rates are not going up!

Thats the news from the Bank of England governor, Mark Carney. In a speech given at Queen Mary University of London earlier this month, Mr Carney gave a gloomy interpretation to the World economy and indicated that interest rates would remain at the same level for some time to come. He said that the collapsing oil prices and “unforgiving” global economy meant that tighter monetary policy was not necessary. Many economists are now predicting that rates will remain the same throughout 2016, and possibly well into 2017. That’s great news for mortgage holders, but we hear “growns” from savers! In the speech, Mr Carney said “it is clear to me that since last summer, progress has been insufficient to warrant a tightening of monetary policy. The world is weaker, and UK growth has slowed. The uncertainty and volatility in China, the collapse of oil prices and sluggish pay growth the in UK means that interest rate rises will be delayed”. Last summer, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee came under pressure to raise interest rates after Janet Yellen, the chairwoman of the American Federal Reserve announced a small increase in rates, the first since their financial crisis. Interestingly, at that time, Mr Carney dismissed these pressures and suggestions, saying that America had higher costs pressure on inflation than the UK, and that the British economy was more exposed to the global slow down in growth. What does this mean for the housing market in 2016? In simple terms, there’s no change! House prices will continue to increase unless supply increases. Will more people look to sell in 2016?... read more

To Sell or Not To Sell?

At the beginning or each year, those of us active in the property market will analyse and predict what we think will happen to it in the next 12 months. Whether you are a family considering an up-market move, a Buy to Let investor, First Time Buyers, or simply looking at a move to maximise your property investment, its really important to think before you act! Questions on everyone’s lips this New Year are: – What will house prices do this year? Will trends from 2015 continue with regard to supply and demand? How will taxation changes effect the buy to let market ? When will be the best time to sell my house? When will be the best time to buy a house? Will interest rates finally go up this year? I have read a number of articles in the last few days from industry specialists including the National Association of Estate Agents, Rightmove, Zoopla, Property Reporter and Estate Agency Today. I will endeavour in the next few paragraphs to answer those questions and summarise the views of some property experts, as well as offer my opinion too! Rightmove is reporting its strongest December since 2006, with the annual average property price coming to the market up from 6.2% to 7.4%. Rightmove also forecasts a 6% rise in prices in 2016. Read the full article here Buyer enquiries are up 37% since October, properties coming to the market are down 5% compared with this time last year. If you are a first time seller, advice is to sell by April before the stamp duty and taxation changes... read more

Things to do in Cambridgeshire this Christmas

If you think you have to travel far and wide this Christmas to find things to keep you and the kids busy this holiday, you don’t. Cambridge and the surrounding areas is offering a host of activates which will get you in the Christmas spirit. Below is a list of just a few attractions for families in the local area. The North Pole Christmas Festival LOCATION: Parker Piece, Cambridge DATES: 20th November  – 4th January The North Pole Cambridge Christmas Festival is back in style, giving you the opportunity to get into the spirit of Christmas throughout the festive season. Featuring an icy extravaganza in the heart of the City Centre, this annual festival is centered around a stunning 600m open-air ice rink, great for a fun filled day out with family and friends. Experience interactive side stalls and let us bring out the big kid in you with our traditional fair. Equipped with gifts, children will get their chance to meet Santa and one of his Elves in Santa’s Throne Room. The festival is made for all to enjoy so no matter what, there is something for everyone. Be tempted by treats from our food offering; smell the sweet aroma of BBQ cooking on the authentic German Swing Grill, traditional German sausage and Bratwurst. Feast on specialty beef burgers, festive turkey and chicken stuffing rolls. Indulge in our crepes, donuts and sweets, hot chocolate and marshmallows and of course, mulled wine and hot cider. Enjoy the new undercover heated Alpine Bar serving festive cocktails, with live music at the weekends. To explore The North Pole Cambridge Christmas Festival... read more





We were new moving into the area and Carla at Malcolms was the only agent who took the time to talk us through our choices. Always a smile, always time to chat about different housing options.

She took the stress out of moving for us due to her personal approach to people and homes, not just customers and houses.

J. Greenwood

Thank you Lorraine for your help and for showing us number 9! You have been really great and we cannot thank you enough. Our door is always open if you ever want a cup of tea, but no doubt we will see you around.

Thank you so much for showing us our dream home.

Gemma and Samuel

Thank you for all your help, from helping to sell my property, to finding and purchasing the new one. Excellent customer care all round from every member of the team. You have given us confidence throughout the whole process.

Every time we have had a question, we received a response straight away, we are more than pleased with the service we have received and would recommend to anyone.

G. Hunter

After meeting Alex at our valuation, I was left with the impression that he understood our reasons for moving and what we wanted to do.  Combining this with Alex’s knowledge of the property market I felt confident that Malcolms could deliver what we needed.

That turned out to be true when 10 days later our house was sold. If a friend was telling me they wanted to sell their house, I would say they should use Malcolms.

J. Wood






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