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What are non-standard properties and why are they problematic?

Posted by Stacie on October 15th, 2019

You may be intrigued by the idea of owning a quirky property that’s different from the usual homes for sale. But when you’re looking to buy residential property in today’s market, daring to be different can be harder than you think. Unfortunately, when it comes to financing your purchase or obtaining home insurance for your […]

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How to improve the value of your home with good interior design

Posted by Stacie on October 10th, 2019

How to improve the value of your home with good interior design If you are thinking of selling your property it is natural to want to maximise its value on the market. There are many ways that you can do so, but one that is often overlooked is good interior design. Here we take a […]

6 Simple Ways To ‘Winter-Proof’ Your Home

Posted by Stacie on September 19th, 2019

6 Simple Ways To ‘Winter-Proof’ Your Home With the days already getting shorter, temperatures on the decline, and more and more jumpers, scarves and gloves making a reappearance on the streets, now is the time to prep your home for the winter months. While the idea of winter may fill some people with joy, the […]

What to do when your property survey findings are not what you expected

Posted by Stacie on September 13th, 2019

What to do when your property survey findings are not what you expected Investing in residential property is not for the faint hearted. The financial commitment involved may be the biggest you’ll ever make, so you’ll want to make sure you’re getting value for money, not buying a pile of problems. Whether you’re looking to […]

The hidden cost of leasehold ownership: Understanding service charges

Posted by Stacie on September 5th, 2019

Being the owner of a leasehold flat can be confusing, especially if you’re a first time buyer. Having bought the property, you are now liable for an ongoing service charge that’s payable to the landlord or managing agent. Let’s take a look at what’s involved. What does the service charge cover? A service charge is […]

4 crucial questions about party wall notices you should be asking

Posted by Stacie on August 22nd, 2019

If your property shares a wall with an adjoining property – for instance in a terraced or semi-detached house – building works that will affect this ‘party wall’ are subject to important legislation. The Party Wall Act 1996 was introduced as a way to provide legal protection for both property owners. If either party wishes […]

Guidance for Landlords: Things to Consider Before Renting To Tenants

Posted by Stacie on August 21st, 2019

Homeowners contemplate deeply about a lot of things before renting out their property. Some feel renting out to tenants could be quite advantageous due to the extra cash coming in from the tenants. Several homeowners have different reasons for putting up property for rent. Rents ease tax breaks for landlords. However, renting out a household […]



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