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May 19th, 2017

Welcome to the team!

  Cosey Homes Chartered Surveyors are growing, and the current trajectory demands the need to expand our team of experienced senior professionals. We are happy to introduce our new Regional Director, Ian Gibson MRICS. Ian Joins us after a series of senior posts at industry leading firms. He comes on board at an exciting time, […]

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November 23rd, 2016

Valuing the White House

An interesting quandary, how much is the White House worth?

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October 12th, 2016

The difference between a Home buyers report and a Building survey

The most common question we are asked when talking to our customers is,
“What is the difference between a home buyers report and a building survey?”

Even with the information available online it may still be appropriate to speak to one of our team to make a decision about which is best for your circumstances. So to help you, here is some of the information we give to our clients over the phone.

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September 20th, 2016

The housing market, post Brexit vote.

As the dust settles after the vote of the British public to leave the EU, we can start to analyse the effect it has had on the market. Up to now it has been too soon to speculate what will happen, some will say even now it is too soon, but statistics have started to emerge and the housing market seems to be holding steady.

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May 10th, 2016

Congratulations to our Director, now a Fellow of the CABE

Congratulations to our Director Mike Cosy for achieving fellow status of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers

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April 18th, 2016

An Evolving Industry

Since the birth of the world wide web, most industries have been faced with the prospect of innovate or die. For many years the property industries managed, somehow, to stay out of the chaos. The traditional methods found a way to continue unchallenged. They adopted the web to enhance their offering yet, didn’t allow it to shape them or their companies. We shop, bank, communicate, socialise, search, and learn online, so it seems like they were not using all the technology available to them to appeal to a larger audience. Surely with all this technology, if we wanted to sell our home, we didn’t need a high-street agent to help us advertise it, right?

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