It’s very much business as normal for us at McFarlane albeit with a few changes to keep both our customers and employees safe. So, what does this mean for the property market? Q. Can...
We love where you live: Cricklade
Did you know Cricklade used to be home to the Royal Mint? That’s right, it was the home of a royal mint from 979 to 1100. We believe there are still some Cricklade coins in the museum today. It&...
Does your house still feel like a home?
It’s fair to say we have all spent considerable time at home this year. For many of us it was a chance to make some improvements or look at what we want from our homes. With many of us now working...
Old Town: We love where you live
Old town has a special place in our hearts. Having spent a large portion of our history in Old Town it's certainly the place we call home. Our offices are based in the heart of Old Town, Wood Street. Wood...
Ensuring the safety of our customers - our new ways of working
We’re back and it's very much business as normal for us at McFarlane Estate Agent albeit with a few changes to keep both our customers and employees safe. So, what’s changed? McFarlane...
Moving home? Who should you tell you've changed address?
If moving home didn’t already give you enough things to think about, once you’ve moved you then have to notify people of your change of address. So who do you need to tell? We thought...
How to save energy in your home
According to Ofgem the average household spends £1,254 a year on heating and energy bills. Whether you’re a homeowner, tenant, student, or landlord, there are many things you can do to...
Your moving home checklist
It’s the countdown to moving day and you’re starting to prepare for the big day. Planning and preparation is the key to any move. Here’s our handy checklist to help you through… &...
First time buyer incentives – are you taking full advantage?
As a First Time Buyer you are spoilt for choice in the way of incentives… Stamp Duty relief If you’re buying your first home you pay no Stamp Duty on properties under £300,000...