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The latest North Wales property news from Dafydd Hardy Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents.
A family is enjoying life in their first home this month, thanks to Dafydd Hardy and a new first-time buyer scheme.
Michelle Holroyd and Gwyn Jones, together with their two-year-old son Osian, are the proud new owners of a house in Penygroes near Caernarfon.
They are the first buyers in Gwynedd to receive a First Time Buyer Mortgage Deposit Loan from Gwynedd Council, for purchasing empty properties in Gwynedd.
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When the hammer falls in the hands of Dafydd Hardy later this week, it will be North Wales children’s hospice celebrating the sales.
Our co-director is leading a fundraising auction for Tŷ Gobaith, the region’s only children’s hospice, in the luxurious surroundings of Plas Rhianfa on the banks of the Menai Strait.
Auctions are an increasingly popular way to buy and sell property. But are they for you, and what do you need to know to get the most from them?
To answer your questions, Dafydd Hardy has produced a three-part guide to property auctions.
Dafydd Hardy took property marketing to a higher level this Easter by publishing and circulating an innovative newspaper across North West Wales.
The publication is called Gogledd Cymru Propertŷ North Wales. It lists our current properties to sale and let and highlights the range of professional services offered by Dafydd Hardy to sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants.
Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents is the latest company to be celebrated in the Caernarfon Herald’s new series focusing on the achievements of ambitious Gwynedd businesses.
We are part of Gwynedd Council’s Steering Success initiative, a project designed to support the county’s businesses that have shown the ambition and potential for growth and development.
Moving to a new area can be daunting. As well as keeping on top of all the finer details of buying, selling and moving, there is the research involved.
Where is the best place to live? Will you settle there? The Internet provides a mass of information, but where do you start looking?
We have celebrated our 21st anniversary by opening a new flagship office in the centre of Llangefni.
We have moved to bigger, better premises on Bridge Street, opposite the recently renovated Town Hall, and taken on an extra member of staff to meet growing demand.
Mayor of Llangefni, Councillor Dylan Rees, cut the official opening ribbon. We believe our strong High Street presence remains critical to business success despite the rise of Internet-only services.
Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors have teamed up with 75Point3 Chartered Financial Planners to offer mortgage and independent financial advice for property buyers, developers and landlords.
We want to provide the best, expert financial advice for our customers and 75Point3 have a proven, professional approach to deliver such a service. Co-director Dafydd Hardy said the two businesses shared similar histories and philosophies, making the arrangement a mutually beneficial one....
Gwynedd County Council is running a scheme to help local first-time buyers onto the property ladder while tackling the issue of empty properties.
Dafydd Hardy is helping to promote the initiative that offers eligible buyers a loan of up to 20 % of the property value, or up to £30,000, for purchases of eligible property...
We at Dafydd Hardy estate agent received our accreditation at the 2012 Relocation Agent Network Conference.
The award was given to Richard Thomas and Dafydd Hardy at a glittering ceremony at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in Central London.
Dafydd Hardy estate agents was specially chosen to be a member of Relocation Agent Network because of quality of service, local knowledge, professionalism and feedback from mystery shoppers.
We’ll soon be travelling to London to attend a national estate agency Conference. Hosted by Relocation Agent Network, an estate agency organisation across England Scotland and Wales, the annual event is a great opportunity for Network members, like Dafydd Hardy Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents, to meet up.
Relocation Agent Network is the new name for the national network of independent estate agents, formerly known as Home Sale Network. The new name redefines the Network’s focus as an organisation of relocation specialists and reflects the scope of services that each member offers their customers.
No longer just an estate agency organisation selling homes, members are a network of Relocation Agent specialists, each hand picked as being, in Relocation Agent Network’s opinion, their area’s Local Expert. Members have to meet strict criteria to become a Relocation Agent, such as quality of service, local knowledge and professionalism.
Dafydd Hardy, Director of Fine and Country North Wales is delighted to announce that Fine & Country has created history by winning the 5 star gold award for ‘Best Real Estate Agency Marketing UK’ for the fourth year running at the International Property Awards 2012. Despite being only 10 years old, Fine & Country has again surpassed long established estate agencies with its innovative use of tailored marketing tools and approach to lifestyle marketing.
We are looking for someone to assist our landlords and potential new tenants - conducting viewings, matching applicants and referencing new tenants - could this be you?
This is an ideal opportunity for an individual looking to develop a career in this field and our Lettings department are looking to recruit a full-time negotiator to join their successful team which is based at our Bangor office.
Our Lettings department are looking to recruit a full-time team member to join their Property Management department, based at our Bangor office.
Could you become our Inventories / Sign-out Clerk? The role entails - Conducting inventories for the busy Property Management section, as well as dealing with tenancy sign-outs. Attention to detail is paramount in all aspects of this role...
We at Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents will be spearheading the Waterside Network new venture in North West Wales. As Affiliate Members this established and respected company will be offering buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants of both residential and commercial property, in this most picturesque part of Wales, a unique combination of local expertise and a truly national marketing presence.
Our partnership with Waterside Properties provides access to the leading specialist agent for the sale and letting of waterfront property, boats and moorings. With nearly 25 years’ experience in this sector, Waterside Properties specialises in marina, coastal, riverside and waterfront homes and businesses in the UK, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
We are delighted to note that Gwynedd Council has responded to the increasing difficulties facing first time buyers in securing mortgages on homes in Gwynedd. They have therefore developed a scheme which they will be launching over the next two months and we are confident that this will assist first time buyers in our area.
The scheme offers loans to first time buyers in Gwynedd to meet the deposit requirements of mortgage providers. The aim is to bring vacant properties back into use and to help local young people get their foot on the property market ladder by buying their first home.
A recent survey taken by Home Sale Network amongst its member estate agents has found a shift in the type of buyer entering the market today, compared to 10 years ago.
In 2002, the majority (48%) of survey respondents said that the homebuyer population was mostly made up of young buyers entering the market for the very first time, but 10 years on, this figure has dropped to just 1% of respondents indicating so.
As first time buyers grow scarce, an older group of buyers appears to have taken their place. A massive 64% of respondents now identify married couples under 50 as the main buyer type and a further quarter of respondents say married couples over 50 are.
Looking for an exciting opportunity within a busy lettings office based in Bangor?
This is an ideal opportunity for an individual looking to develop a career in this field. A full driving licence is essential. Applicants must be focused on providing excellent customer service and be skilled at dealing with people at all levels. Applicants must also be computer literate, possess strong report writing skills with good grammar. Must also be outgoing, ambitious, have a confident personality and a mature approach.