Buying or selling? Here are five property experts you should follow on Twitter If you're in the ...
Buying or selling? Here are five property experts you should follow on Twitter
If you're in the property market in Liverpool or across the rest of the UK, you should follow these people online
Moving home can be a stressful time, trying to sell your home or finding the right property to buy can be a minefield, so it often helps to have some information from the experts.
We have rounded up a list of well-known property experts you should be following on Twitter, for perfect tips on selling your home, news about house prices in your area, or inspiration for decor.
Henry Pryor - @HenryPryor
Twitter bio: Objective housing data, market comment & trivia from “the BBC's favourite property expert”. ‘Property commentator of the year 2015’. RT ≠ endorsements
Henry Pryor is a property expert - often used by the national news shows, including Sky, Channel 4 and BBC. He claims he can help his clients pay as much as 14% less than the asking price of a home - so definitely a great one to follow if you're looking to grab a bargain on the property ladder.
Kate Faulkner - @KateFaulkner
Twitter bio: Providing accurate housing market insight & analysis to the industry, media, policy makers and consumers
While Kate doesn't have thousands of twitter followers, she is a great person to follow to get property market insight and analysis. She posts a monthly round-up of everything that's been going on in the market which can be a good guide to
Location, Location, Location - Presenters: Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer
Phil Spencer - @PipofftheTV
Twitter bio: Property addict. Loves family, friends, fitness & fresh air - Joined May 2009
Phil, a property expert, is best known as the co-presenter on Channel 4's Location Location Location, which he presents alongside Kirsty Alssopp. On his shows, he often advises people on buying the best homes for their money - as well as helping to sell those hard-to-shift properties, so giving him a follow just may get you some great insight.
Kirstie Allsopp - @KirstieMAllsopp
Twitter bio: A working Mum & Stepmum who's incredibly blessed and on TV; Re-use, recycle, love, laugh & Keep Britain Tidy - Joined April 2009
Kirstie Allsopp is best known as part of Kirstie and Phil - Channel 4's property duo. In recent years, her shows have focused on up-cycling, decorating and interior design. While she doesn't tweet about a lot of property information, her tweets may help if you're looking for some decor inspiration or want to spruce up some old furniture.
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces
George Clarke - @MrGeorgeClarke
Twitter bio: George Clarke is an architect, builder + creative director of George Clarke + Partners + is a TV presenter for Channel 4
George Clarke, an architect and builder presents property programmes on Channel 4, including Amazing Spaces and restoration man - where he charts the progress of various families restoring old or derelict properties to create stunning homes. His tweets might just inspire you if you're looking for creative ways to use a small space - or if you're taking on a huge renovation project.
Belvoir Liverpool West Derby ensure we are kept up to date with current market insights and changes which could impact tenants and landlords, we feel it is essential to ensure our clients are fully update with any changes they may impact them and their properties. Recently a big change to the rental market has been following the Selective Licensing Scheme that Liverpool City Council have made compulsory for each rental property under Liverpool Council. Belvoir have worked alongside Kate Faulkner and value her professional opinion. Following property specialists such as Kate Faulkner and Belvoir Lettings can help keep you up to date with property news and keep you informed with the changing laws and regulations.