Art lovers throughout The Heatons have a feast of auctions over the next few months. Establish in 1826, Capes Dunn has recently moved from their Manchester City centre to Station Road in Heaton Mersey.
Selling a large number of Fine Art & Antiques, the auction company also host fortnightly Interiors, Vintage & Modern Auctions.
Their next auction is the ‘Antiquarian and Collectable Books and Affordable Art’ on the 26th June followed by a Free Open Valuation day on the 28th June.
Wine merchants ‘Cork of the North’ is coming to Heaton Moor. Based just near 104 Heaton Moor Road, Heaton Moor, this independent company sell well over 500 different delicious bottles drink in OR take away.
Along with great range to wines, Cork of the North have regular tasting events, News Letters and membership possibilities.
Opening to the public in July, The Heatons is growing stronger, as yet another fabulous independent company lands.
2018 marks the 6th annual event of this brilliant two-day, free to visit, community-led trail where local artists and artisans open their homes and studios to showcase their work to the public.
It’s an fantastic opportunity to see what’s happening in the ever growing local arts scene and support local makers. This year, the Heatons Art Trail plan to have more studios, more collective exhibition spaces and more artist-led workshops.
Suitable for all ages and all the family.
This is one of my favourite events of the year.
This year’s trail will be held on the weekend of 7th & 8th July 2018 – see you there.
The split of the population by age group has a big effect on the local housing market; the demographic profile affects prices, but more importantly the tenure mix and the rates of sales. The patterns you can see here gives you a good insight into the profile of local residents.
The rate at which properties are sold in the market is probably the best indicator of what we in the trade call ‘buoyancy’. In this chart, we show the number of properties which have been sold each year since 2008.
In the residential property world, the most important macroeconomic indicator we’re obsessed with is interest rates. Interest rates are the main tool the government uses to cool down the market when it shows signs of overheating. They have a massive impact on the housing market because they determine what your mortgage costs every month.