The Hannells team is growing! We’re delighted to announce the arrival of Holly Edmunds who has joined the Lettings team.
Already having a number of years’ experience across a variety of roles within Lettings, Holly will be helping the team to find tenants a perfect home and to find landlords a perfect tenant! Benjamin Brain, Director, said “Hannells has traditionally …Read more
How to sell your home over the winter months
Change is in the air, the leaves are turning brown and the mornings have got a definite chill to them. Time to get the heating on, pull out the thick jumpers and sell your home. Wait, sell you’re what!? I …Read more
The Common Causes Of Fall Throughs & How To Avoid Them!
We reveal the most common reasons for property transactions falling through and what you can do to avoid it happening to you…Read more
Victoria Hallam Joins Hannells As Our New Property Manager!
We’re delighted to welcome Victoria Hallam to the team as our new Propertty Manager! Find out more about who she is and what she’ll be doing here…Read more
Guest Post – Top Tips To Combat Condensation In Your Home
Struggling with damp? Here are some top tips to combat condensation in your home, courtesy of the experts at Peter Cox…Read more
New Homes NHBC Buildmark Cover
An attraction of buying a new home is the warranty and cover that comes with it. However many people are unaware of the protection which is available. The cover can be split into three parts, between exchange and completion, the …Read more
Building Your Own House
We are often approached by individuals seeking to find a plot to build their own house. Invariably they start with dreams, but all too often have to temper those dreams with realism, to realise them. The major difficulty is …Read more
Steve Crookes Joins Hannells As Our New Alvaston Branch Manager!
Hannells continues to build their All-star estate agency team as they welcome on board Steve Crookes who will be taking the helm at the Alvaston Branch of Hannells on Shardlow Road.Read more
When A Freehold Still Carries A Maintenance Charge
In the past the distinction between a Freehold and Leasehold house was simple. A freehold meant that you owned the land on which it was built, with no charges due to a third party other than utility bills and Council …Read more