Blog

Feb 20 2014

New Arrival

Recently graduated from the University of Westminster with a BSc in Urban Estate Management (RICS) Tom Cormie is the latest addition to the expanding Everard Cole team.

With the average age in the office dropping and the amount of hair per capita increasing this can only be a positive start. Tom has a working knowledge of the inside of a pub and his sharp wit and dazzling smile often help to close the deal.

Outside of the office Tom’s side step on the rugby field is well known and highly regarded in the Buckinghamshire schools circuit.

Tom was featured in the Publican’s Morning Advertiser last week with his predictions for the coming year.

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Jan 27 2014

RICS – Top 10 mistakes property sellers make

We trust you find the attachment useful when considering selling.  For a comprehensive, discrete and free consultation please contact one of your growing team.
Pitfalls for selling property (RICS)

Dec 19 2013

Happy Christmas

Everard Cole wish all our friends colleagues, partners and clients a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

We are continuing to support The Cure Parkinson’s Trust instead of sending Christmas cards again this year. More information on this charity can be found at www.cureparkinsons.org.uk

Our offices will be closed from 12 noon on Tuesday 24th December 2013 and open again on Thursday 2nd January 2014.  Pleases feel free to email us during this period at info@everardcole.co.uk and we will respond as soon as we are able.

Aug 06 2013

Assessing ‘viability’

As developers and investors alike continue to seek planning consent for alternate usage at licensed sites, Everard Cole are able to provide an impartial assessment of the existing business. As licensed property specialists we have the necessary knowledge and expertise to provide bespoke advice on ‘viability’ which is increasingly sought by Local Planning Authorities.

Please contact Tom Nichols or Chris Rogers if you would like to discuss how we can assist further

Jul 26 2013

Merits of ACV

As CAMRA announces plans to get 300 pubs around the country on ACV (Assets of Community Value) lists this year, Chris Rogers gives his thoughts to the Publican’s Morning Advertiser – published on July 11th
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