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3 ways to add value to your home

3 ways to add value to your home

It doesn’t matter if you have future plans for selling, or your family or lifestyle demands more space, but we always see our homes as a work in progress.  Whether it’s changing the décor, knocking down walls, or even extending, how can you be sure the work you do will really add value to your […]

6 Signs it’s time to sell your home

6 Signs it’s time to sell your home

Deciding to sell your home is a big decision to make. Your house is often your largest investment, so before deciding to sell up, you need to be sure you’re doing the right thing for you and your family. But what are the tell tale signs that it’s the right time to sell your home? […]

Furnished or Unfurnished?

Furnished or Unfurnished?

What should I choose for my property to let – furnished or unfurnished? One of the most common questions we get from landlords is whether they should let their property furnished or unfurnished.  There is always much debate over this topic, but we want to dispel the myths and provide you with both sides of […]

The General Election…

The General Election…

We look at the possible impact the snap general election could have on the UK’s property market.  Theresa May caught nearly everyone by surprise when she called a snap general election for 9th June 2017…. The party political machines have all whirred into motion once more, less than a year after the EU referendum, with […]

8 simple steps to stage your garden for summer

8 simple steps to stage your garden for summer

Summer, a time when are gardens are in full bloom and our homes are looking their best.  Even with the general election looming, it doesn’t seem to have stopped the seasonal desires to find a new home.  Over the winter months gardens can become neglected, potential buyers want to see a garden they can just […]

Essential advice for buying a leasehold property

Essential advice for buying a leasehold property

Essential advice for buying a leasehold property When buying a home, it is important that you understand all aspects of the ownership. Such is the situation when you buy a leasehold property. Typically, when you buy a house it is a freehold, though there are exceptions of course. Freehold means that you purchase the house […]

Japanese Knotweed – a vendor’s and landlord’s curse

Japanese Knotweed – a vendor’s and landlord’s curse

Japanese Knotweed – a vendor’s and landlord’s curse Growing up to 20 centimetres a day and listed in the Anti-Social, Crime and Policy Act, Japanese Knotweed can have serious implications for your property. Not only can this plant devalue your home, whether you’re a vendor or landlord you have a legal responsibility to ensure it […]