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March 24th 2022
Property title fraud – could it happen to you? If you're a homeowner find out how to protect yourself from your property being sold to someone else without your knowledge or permission.
March 21st 2022
Move or Improve? Have you outgrown your current home, but are not sure whether you should move or improve?
March 4th 2022
Now that we are into 2022 and spring is nearly upon us, it is easy to see why many people are looking to refresh their surroundings. This is a brilliant time of year to carry out home improvements, and if you are looking to brighten up your home, you are not alone.
February 24th 2022
Find out what a conveyancer does and how they are involved in the process of buying a house.
February 24th 2022
Choosing an estate agent to sell or rent out your home can be a daunting task.Do you have recommendations from friends of family? Should you rely on online reviews? Choose the agent with the most sales boards visible? Or choose the estate agent who offers the cheapest service?
February 1st 2022
Spring is traditionally the busiest time of year in the housing market. If you plan on selling your home, you must be proactive. There is a great deal to be said for carrying out improvements to your home, and this guide will talk you through some of the best ways to upgrade your home for prospective buyers
January 3rd 2022
If you are looking to make changes to your life in 2022, you will not be alone. This is an ideal time of year to make changes for the better, and for a lot of people, this includes moving home.
December 16th 2021
A lot of property owners carried out home improvement projects during the various lockdowns we have endured in recent years. It turns out, according to a new study carried out by GoCompare Home Insurance that this work might have led to a positive outcome for many homeowners.
November 23rd 2021
The Bank of England is expected to announce interest rate rises in the coming weeks. Embrace Financial Services (EFS) is urging existing and potential borrowers to address their current or future mortgage needs to minimise the risk of higher mortgage repayments in the future.