Ryder & Dutton News Blog

Fine Arts Valuation Event in Mossley

Ryder & Dutton, in association with Wright Marshall Ltd, are holding an Antiques Valuation Event on Thursday 2nd February 2017 between 10am and 2pm. Join one of BBC's Bargain Hunt antiques experts Peter Ashburner (below), and jewellery valuer Francesca Garvey in Mossley with your antiques and jewellery to receive a FREE valuation and advice on selling. Ve...

Land and New Homes at Ryder & Dutton

Ryder & Dutton New Homes have worked with SME builders and developers for over 40 years helping them to bring housing schemes to the market which closely match the needs and wants of the modern day buyer.   There have not been nearly enough new homes built for decades which has resulted in a national shortage of new homes. In 2015 156,140 new homes were built, which is 75% more than in 2009, but still a long way off the Government target of 200,000 new homes each y...

A review of 2016 for Ryder & Dutton

Ryder & Dutton have enjoyed a successful 2016 which has seen us open a new branch and collect a further 3 industry awards. We would like to share some of the news and highlights from the property world in 2016.   Right to Rent New legislation was introduced on 1st February that requires all private Landlords and lettings agents to check the migration status of tenants and ensure they have a ‘Right to Rent’ in the UK. Prior to being able to rent ...

Ryder & Dutton, in association with Wright Marshall, to host one of the UK’s largest model train Auctions this January

In conjunction with Ryder & Dutton, Wright Marshall Fine Arts, Cheshire’s premier antiques auctioneers, will host one of the largest model train auctions as their first sale of the new year on 11th and 12th January. Featuring over 1,350 lots made up of over 4,000 model trains and carriages from around the globe, all proceeds from this single owner collection will go to charity. The collection was owned by the late Antony John Adler, a model train collector based in Oldham...

Credit Scores Part 2: Getting a Mortgage with a Low Credit Score

Understandably, banks and building societies are careful who they lend money to, and financial histories are always looked into, with no exceptions.    Looking into a credit history will show up any defaulted payments and give the lender a good impression of how financially responsible you are with your spending. As well as looking at your credit report, lenders will also look at any County Court Judgements (CCJs) or bankruptcy proceedings that may be against your...

Top tips for selling your home this winter

By following a few simple steps from National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), sellers can ensure their property looks and feels attractive to capture a buyer this winter.   David Mackie, President of National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), says: “Traditionally, sellers hold off from marketing their homes in the bleak winter months, because they think it’s a bad time to sell. But it is time to go against these out-dated claims and get your homes m...

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