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Why a Letting Agent Is an Absolute Must in These Turbulent Times Not since 2008, when Katy Perry stormed the music charts and Gavin and Stacey ruled the small screen, have interest rates been as high as they are today. As a result, many mortgage holders are looking for ways to trim their outgoings to ease the financial burden. Homeowners are putting DIY projects on [……]

Posted on July 29, 2023

Could Your Garden Threaten Your House Sale? Post pandemic, having outside space has taken on a whole new level of importance and can add significant value to a property. But what happens when your garden oasis threatens the chance of selling your home? Some lush green plants might look nice but could signal trouble for a house sale. In this quick read, we look at [……]

Posted on June 17, 2023

Why Renting a Home Is Better Than Buying The pitfalls of renting are always shouted about: too expensive, dodgy landlords, broken appliances and so on and so on. But what about the positives? With rental reforms on the horizon and changes to eviction rules in full swing, let’s explore why being a tenant is the best choice for some people. According to research by the [……]

Posted on June 17, 2023

Why Summer Is the Right Time for Landlords to Tackle Energy Improvements With summer officially starting in a few weeks, most people will have banished all thoughts of winter and the dark, damp days that go with it. But there’s a good reason why landlords should look beyond the sunny skies here and now to the colder months. And here’s why. Summer is a good [……]

Posted on June 10, 2023

The Benefits of Selling to a First-Time Buyer – and How to Attract Them First-time buyers are key drivers in the property market and could be the ideal candidate to purchase your home. So, are you doing enough to target them? They might not have the instant allure of a cash buyer, but dig a little deeper, and it quickly becomes clear that first-time buyers [……]

Posted on June 9, 2023

Guide to Garden Maintenance at Rental Properties Garden maintenance in rental properties can be a thorny issue between tenants and landlords, so here’s a useful guide to help avoid confusion. Now that spring is here, there are lots of tasks to be done in the garden, such as watering, weeding and mowing. But if the garden is part of a rental property, who is responsible [……]

Posted on June 2, 2023

Is a Mortgage Broker Really Necessary? Whether you’re a first-time buyer or looking to remortgage your property, getting a good mortgage deal is probably top on your list of priorities. You could lose hours scrolling through comparison sites, frantically searching for high street lenders’ deals, and trying to find your latest payslips. Or you could do the sensible thing and get a professional’s help—mortgage brokers. [……]

Posted on May 27, 2023

How Landlords Can Beat Condensation and Mould How can landlords and tenants prevent condensation and mould? Read on to find out. Condensation and mould The two are often bundled together because if you’ve got condensation, there’s a good chance it won’t be long before you’re battling mould. Condensation can be caused by warm air hitting cold surfaces or by lots of humidity in the air. [……]

Posted on May 20, 2023

White Sheets and Scented Candles – The Secrets of a Luxury Bedroom It’s estimated that the average person spends 26 years of their life asleep and nearly seven years trying to get to sleep, so your bedroom needs to be somewhere you really want to spend your time. Your bed and its surroundings should be comfortable and enticing. Think of a luxury hotel – their [……]

Posted on May 20, 2023

How Estate Agents Help Get Property Sales Over the Line Want to guard against the disappointment of having your property deal collapse? Then go with an agent who is skilled at sales progression. Selling a property is a bit like a football match – it’s a game of two halves. The first half centres on finding a buyer and agreeing a deal, and the second [……]

Posted on May 19, 2023