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At only 24 years old, David is managing the highly successful abbotFox lettings division, driving a company Mercedes and earning a substantial salary. Does this sound appealing to you? Then we would love to hear from you. 

Are you a student in Norwich looking for a rental property? Well, look no further. abbotFox currently have 20% off agency fees.

On Thursday our Lettings Manager David Musgrove and our Head of Bespoke Jonathan Wood represented abbotFox at the Investors Show at Norwich City Football Club. The event was organised for landlords to meet with estate agents and businesses from across Norfolk and to look for new investment opportunities. For us it was a fantastic opportunity to meet directly face to face with landlords and to discuss our deliberately different approach to estate agency.

The University of East Anglia ranked third overall for student satisfaction this year, having come out top in the previous year, and has remained in the top five since the survey began back in 2005. The Telegraph has also placed the city of Norwich in its list of the top 20 happiest place to live in Britain due to its friendly community, low levels of crime and significantly lower cost of living compared to London. It is therefore not surprising that thousands of students choose to study at the University of East Anglia. Whilst the University is popular amongst local Norwich teenagers looking to move onto higher education a large ...

Due to expansion we are currently seeking weekend staff. Main responsibilities include supporting both the sales and lettings teams, greeting visitors as they enter the office, answering telephone calls and registering applicants. First impressions are vital in this role, so we are looking for a well presented, confident individual with excellent communication skills. Previous experience would be advantageous however not essential. If you hold an interest in property and customer service we would love to hear from you.

Working in an estate agents was something I always wanted to do because I enjoy working with different people and challenging myself in a business. My career in estate agency began in 2007 where I worked as a Junior Lettings Negotiator for my family owned independent estate agents in Coltishall. After two years I was promoted to Lettings Manager and Partner where I helped to build and shape the future of the business. Three years later I sold my shares because I wanted to face a new challenge and I moved on to work as the Director for a well known estate agents in Norfolk.

The history behind the term the Golden Triangle is very interesting and it dates back to the 1800s. During this time wealthy professionals and tradesman began living in the areas just outside of the city to keep away from the busy city centre and the often unhygienic conditions. The most popular areas on a modern map of Norwich are Newmarket Road, Ipswich Road and Lime Tree road and the term the Golden Triangle refers to the isosceles triangle that is formed when the areas are joined together. In essence the Golden Triangle stretches from UEA to the outskirts of the city centre with Unthank Road seen as the centre of the triangle. The term became very popular in the 1980s when the housing market was picking up momentum and estate agents used it to highlight this popular area for people to live in.

When it comes to living in Norwich a lot of people choose to search for a property to rent as opposed to a property for sale. For many people renting is a much more appealing option especially if they are only looking for somewhere to live temporarily. For people who plan to move around a lot due to work or personal commitments renting also gives a greater level of flexibility. As well as this monthly outgoings are much more predictable because landlords are responsible for maintaining the property which means you are less likely to have to deal with surprise expenses. So, if you decide that renting is the option for you where do you start?

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