Britain is seeing an increase in new home planning ‘permissions’ 

A favorable report by HBF (British Housing Federation) and Glenigan’s states that the number of planning permissions granted rose by 10% for new homes in Q3 of 2016. What is even more impressive is that this is 14% higher than during the same period last year. In total, there were permissions for 76,242 homes granted […]

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The Razzle Dazzle Of International Travel – Top Performers Off To Dubai

From the 8th – 12th February 2017 the winners of our Annual Awards, perhaps some of the greatest performing talent in the property and mortgage industry, are jetting off to Dubai for the holiday of a lifetime. At Chancellors, we love rewarding our staff with company trips that really inspire great results. Soon our colleagues […]

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Staff Christmas Party And Awards Night A Roaring Success

On Friday 16th December 2016 we had our Christmas Party and end of year awards ceremony at Savill Court Hotel & Spa in Egham. This fantastic night brought together a large group of colleagues to recognise their concluding achievements of the year. With such highly motivated and rewarded colleagues, we saw an even better set of personal results […]

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Business Development Advisors needed in Bracknell

Due to phenomenal growth at Chancellors we are now recruiting for enterprising Business Development Advisors. Your role will be based at our head office in Bracknell, right by the mainline railway station and just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre. This is a fabulous opportunity for spirited and bright individuals with excellent communication […]

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Client Services Executives needed in Bracknell

Due to the strong growth performance that we are experiencing we are now recruiting for personable Client Service Executives. Your role will be based at our head office in Bracknell, which is right by the mainline railway station and only a few minutes’ walk from the town centre. This is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiastic […]

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Avoid the void

When the fearful prospect of a rental property not being tenanted it’s called a ‘void’ or ‘vacant’ period. This is bad news for the landlord as this loss of income can be significant and if the property was purchased with a mortgage bad for the unsympathetic banking industry. The property may also fall into disrepair […]

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