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So You Think You Know Watford…

  The sun is shining and Summer is almost here, so to celebrate, we will be giving away a prize EVERY week for the next 10 weeks (commencing June 1st 2017)! How well do YOU really know Watford? We have been out and about taking photographs around the town. All you have to do, is guess where in Watford […]

Preparing your property to sell – the importance of good photos…

First impressions count, and the first impression a potential buyer will get of your property, is from the photos that are posted on your agent’s website or on a property portal! When looking online, a potential buyer will decide in seconds, whether your property is suitable for them. That’s why, great photographs are imperative! Before your […]

Landlord Event – Tax Legislation Changes – Are You Compliant?

Landlords are facing mounting pressure, making them vulnerable to non-compliance in their accounting, after a raft of changes, including tax measures, in the buy-to-let sector. Marshall Vizard Estate Agents hosted an event at The Town and Country Club in Watford last night, where Landlords from the area were invited to a presentation on these changes. […]

FREE event for Landlords

Marshall Vizard are hosting an event for landlords and buy to let investors on Wednesday 26th April 2017. Peter Tucker, Tax Accountant, will be presenting on the tax changes affecting landlords, which have taken place in recent years. This event is suitable for both experienced and inexperienced landlords and even those who aspire to be […]

When Marshall Vizard met Heart Hertfordshire!

It was a fun day in the office yesterday, when Daniel Fox and Producer Zoe from the fantastic, Watford based, Heart 96.6FM Breakfast show turned up at our office with a tray full of divine cakes from Simmons Bakers! Thank you for the elevenses! The team at @marshallvizard absolutely loving the buns on this weeks Great […]

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