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See our social side on Instagram

See our social side on Instagram

Our properties. Our services. Our people and culture. Get a glimpse into the Gateway Group on Instagram.

We’re proud of the properties we manage nationwide, the specialist services we’ve developed over decades and our expert teams. Gateway people are all different, but share an ethos, putting their clients and customers first daily. Thanks to the calibre of our people, we’re a thoroughly individual group of companies that’s honest, friendly and professional. Given all that, it’s time for us to be more social about who we are on Instagram.

Visit us @gatewayltd for all matters property related, group announcements and an inside look at our open, supportive culture. From managing properties to arranging insurance cover – conducting building surveys to giving lease advice and fundraising – you’ll be surprised what we do.

The Great Gateway Bake off (GGBO): Whipping up heaps of support for Macmillan

The Great Gateway Bake off (GGBO): Whipping up heaps of support for Macmillan

Whisked. Folded. Drizzled. Sprinkled. Glazed and dusted. Our Head Office once again got baking and fundraising for an exceedingly good cause.

As you can see, our Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 27 September was a feast for the eyes too. The event couldn’t have been more tempting with dozens (baker’s dozens) of fine fancies. A big thank you to our organisers, star bakers and cake connoisseurs for the little get-together, which followed on from the success of last year’s efforts.

Over coffee, tea, cake, donuts and biscuits, the team could meet up, catch up, take five (treats, that is) and together raise £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Mmmagnificent, indeed.

Property hotspots: Britain’s fastest-moving markets

Property hotspots: Britain’s fastest-moving markets

Rightmove has identified the top ten fastest-moving property markets, with Newport in South Wales topping the list.

The property website reports almost a third of a reduction in the average length of time it takes to find a buyer in Newport since last year, from 76 to 52 days. According to Rightmove, two key factors are contributing to the popularity of the city’s housing market: the government’s announcement to scrap tolls on the Severn Crossings by the end of 2018 and increasing property interest from more expensive neighbouring areas, including Bristol. Just over the bridge in England, houses prices can be almost double those in Newport.

The city has seen a 7% increase in the average house price, up to just over £175,000.

Gateway at London Olympia: National Landlord Investment Show

Gateway at London Olympia: National Landlord Investment Show

This summer, Gateway was one of the exhibitors at the UK’s leading residential property investment show for new and seasoned investors in the buy-to-let market.

The National Landlord Investment Show takes place at key property locations throughout the country, attracting over 20,000 visitors each year. Several members of our senior team attended the one-day exhibition at London Olympia, promoting the Gateway Group to potential new clients and networking with industry contacts.

“It was a successful event, where we showcased the group’s full property services,” says Grace Whitehouse, Business Development Manager at Gateway Property Management. “Together, our companies support residential property blocks, new developments and individual lettings, as well as providing insurance brokerage, property surveying, lease advice and facilities management. This is all available under one roof.”

Spotlight: National property rental view

Spotlight: National property rental view

Results from the latest English Housing Survey, reported in The Telegraph, show that over half the number of renters envisage buying a home down the line.

While the majority of private renters are satisfied with their accommodation (84%) and their status as private renters, three out of five expect to buy their own home at some point in the future reports the survey. The survey also highlighted that 64% of households in the private rented sector had little or no savings in 2016–17.

‘The English Housing Survey, Private rented sector 2016–17’ is a national survey, commissioned by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government. 2017 marks the 50th anniversary since the first survey in 1967.