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The Proof is in the Pudding

Fun for all the family  Something you can prepare weeks in advance and then put in the slow cooker Christmas day, get out when you are ready and take all the praise for a Christmas home – made feast. The utensils you will need: A large mixing bowl, a small mixing bowl, grater. This mixture makes 2 pint sized puddings, give one away or I always try one pre – Christmas to make sure it all is okay, well that’s my excuse! Ingredients   100g of flaked almonds 125g plain flower 2 teaspoons of mixed spice 1/2 teaspoon of ground ginger 1/4 grated nutmeg 175g vegetable suet 100g dark muscovado sugar 150g fresh bread crumbs 50g dried apricots 100g uncoloured glacier cherries 50g chopped candied peel grated rind of 1 fresh lemon grated rind of 1 fresh orange 1 large cooking apple – grated 225g sultanas 300g raisons 50g chopped dates 225g currants 3 large eggs – beaten 250ml guiness 2 table spoons of brandy   Method     1. Put the flaked almonds, plain flour mixed spice, ginger, grated nutmeg and suet in a bowl. Then place the sugar, breadcrumbs, dried apricots, glacier cherries and candid peel. Mix thoroughly. EVERYONE CAN GIVE A STIR! 2.  Take a fresh orange and grate the skin into a small bowl, repeat with a lemon. Then take a large cooking apple and grate all of it except the core into the same bowl. Stir the ingredients together and tip into the large mixing bowl. 3. Stir thoroughly and then add the sultanas, raisins, chopped dates and currants. This recipe is flexible so if there... read more

Property Prices Rising for Buyers, delight for Sellers!

Statistics are proving exactly what we are all thinking – its getting more expensive to buy or rent compared with this time last year. But, how much have prices gone up? Let’s look at properties for sale. The country’s leading property portal, Rightmove, offers some in depth analysis. Their house price index featured in the recent RightmoveBlog indicates that there have been record month on month increases in certain parts of the country.   Rightmove are reporting that property coming to the market in september hit a new national record of £294,834, up 0.9% on August figures. In the East of England the average asking price in September was £312,600, up 1% on August, with an annual change of 8.8%. interestingly, London shows a 9.5% increase annually. The general consensus causing these prices is limited stock of for sale properties and cheap mortgage deals. Now, these figures are asking prices. Let’s look at sold prices. The Nationwide reported at the end of October that House prices have edged up by an average of 0.6% across the Uk in the last month, bringing a typical home’s cost to £196,807. Nationwide are saying that prices have risen just 3.9% over the last 12 months. Land Registry figures for England and Wales showed prices up 5.3% over the past year – obviously a contradiction from those figures reported by Nationwide. Alarmingly, though, Land Registry report transactions are down by about 10% year on year for the same Autumn period in 2014. Does this mean the market is slowing down and prices will plateau out, or just less people looking?   Land... read more

Stairway to Successful Selling

HEAVENLY HALLWAYS I discussed how important first impressions can be, so from the front door we move into the hallway. This is the first room people see when they enter your home so it is very important to create a welcoming  and uncluttered space. FRESHEN UP The hallway is the most used traffic area of the whole house. Farrow and Ball, the paint specialists, have a hallway inspiration page on line They suggest any redecoration should begin here and have a series of photos to help to inspire you with colour to create warmth and space. Farrow & Ball: hallway inspiration Farrow & Ball: hallway inspiration CREATE SPACE Once you have decided on a colour, think how you could possibly improve the hall by adding simple storage solutions that can contain any clutter. Coat hooks are very inexpensive and can be decorative, a shoe and boot rack can help organize all the families footwear. Mirrors  are a very good addition as they reflect light and give an illusion of space in even the smallest of hallways. A lamp on a small consul table, alight for evening viewings, makes for a welcoming atmosphere, especially in a small and dark hallway. Finally as a last touch, what about a new doormat and a cheerful rug? If you make an effort with first impressions it could ensure that your buyer is in love with your house before they have set foot into the living room. IKEA IKEA IKEA Search Search for: Like Us Recent Posts The Proof is in the Pudding 15th November 2015 Property Prices Rising for Buyers, delight for... 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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