Auction fees are going, going, gone!
Revilo Homes are delighted to team up with Pugh & Co Property Auctions – the UK’s leading property auction firm with over 25 years’ experience.Read More
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Property Update – May 2021
In the week following the Budget announcement, buyer demand spiked by 24% as people scrambled to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday extension.Read More
The lean, ‘green’ viewings machine!
We recently said a fond farewell to an integral member of the Revilo Homes and Mortgages team … the Revilo MINI!Read More
Property Update – April 2021
“Many of us are itching for a change of scenery after a year of #stayhome.”Read More
COVID-19 SERVICE MESSAGE
UPDATED 07.01.21: Following the latest announcement from the government, we wish to assure clients that Revilo Homes and Mortgages is still operating as usual through the current lockdown.Read More
A guide to Finance for First-Time Buyers
Buying your first home can be daunting, and there is a lot to consider. As first-time buyers, if you are looking for ways to get on the property ladder, it’s important to understand your finances, and the support available to you. What can you afford? On average, you will need to raise 10% of the […]Read More
Not your Average Estate Agent….
Revilo aren’t like your average high street estate agent; in fact we’re not on the high street at all. That doesn’t mean we’re solely online either. Our head office is based on Bridgefold Road, just behind Naylors Equestrian on Mellor Street. Our offices house our expert homes, mortgages and insurance teams and offer a full […]Read More
A Behind the Scenes Look….
You’ve put your property on the market and selected Revilo to market and sell the home. Now what? A lot of homeowners don’t realise that on average, for every hour that an agent spends with them, we will spend approximately nine hours working on the seller’s behalf to get the property sold. There are several […]Read More
Property Prices are on the move….
With the general election over and Brexit plans now much more clear, we are starting 2020 in a period of particular stability. We’re to expect a ‘sharp uplift‘ in property sales early in 2020, as buyers and sellers who have played it safe put their plans into motion, and the ”huge amount“ of pent-up demand out there looks set […]Read More