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Freeholds and Leaseholds Made Simple  If you’re new to the property market, learning the lingo is essential. There are lots of legal and financial terms you need to get your head around and lots of research to be done. Two terms that you need to be familiar with are ‘freehold’ and ‘leasehold’. This quick read explains what each one means and why they are important.  [……]

Posted on August 19, 2022

Is Being a Landlord an Easy Money Maker? Many people think that being a landlord is easy. Rent out a property, move some people in, sit back and rake in the cash… if only it was that simple. Any experienced landlord knows that owning rental property is hard, and it can be a 24/7 job in the event of any issues. Preparing a property for [……]

Posted on July 30, 2022

The Latest Trends in Garden Gadgets and Accessories If you’re planning to entertain friends or family at home this summer, check out the latest must-have garden gadgets and accessories. A two-minute read. Spending time in your own garden, be it pottering around alone or entertaining family and friends, is one of the true joys of summer. And there’s a host of products on the market [……]

Posted on July 29, 2022

What First-Time Sellers in Seaford Need to Know Selling a property for the first time? Here’s a helpful guide to help you navigate the process. A two-minute read. Putting your property on the market can be stressful at the best of times, and even more so if you’ve never done it before. But don’t worry. With planning and preparation, you can avoid some common property pitfalls. [……]

Posted on July 29, 2022

The Truth about Estate Agents – We Debunk Four Common Myths How much of what you know about estate agents is really true? This three-minute read debunks a few common urban myths. The digital revolution has given rise to several assumptions about estate agents, but we’re here to tell you they’re not true. It’s time to separate fact from fiction and debunk four myths about [……]

Posted on July 23, 2022

Why Landlords Should Conduct a Property MOT It pays to sit down once a year and review how your buy-to-let is performing and flag up any potential issues looming on the horizon. A two-minute read. We’re all familiar with an MOT, an annual check-up to ensure your car is safe and good to go for the year ahead. Well, let’s apply the same concept to [……]

Posted on July 23, 2022

A Helpful Guide to Selling Property to Pay for Care Costs If you or a loved one need to move into a care home or require home care, you might be considering selling your property to pay for the costs. This is a difficult decision, and there’s a lot to consider. It’s important to go through all the proper steps when considering long-term costs, and [……]

Posted on July 17, 2022

Shhh… Unique Staycation Spots No One Knows About And just like that, it’s the summer holidays again. Six painful weeks of keeping the kids entertained, and the house in one piece. Oh, and to add to this woeful mix, you’ve forgotten to renew your passport and got no sun-drenched holiday planned. If that sounds like your situation, keep reading, because it’s an ideal time to [……]

Posted on July 16, 2022

WFH and Landlords: What You Need to Know In our post-pandemic world, working from home (WFH) has become the new norm for many people. But as a landlord, you need to make sure your tenants are working in a way that doesn’t impact you negatively. Most of us think of WFH as sitting in front of a laptop or doing Zoom meetings wearing a shirt [……]

Posted on July 16, 2022

Get the Picture: Why Sellers Should Use High-Quality Property Photos  When selling a home, good-quality property photos help you attract more buyers and achieve a higher asking price. What’s not to love? A three-minute read. One of the golden rules of property selling is not to skimp on photography. And you don’t have to take our word for it – look at the results of [……]

Posted on July 8, 2022