We study the property market to bring you interesting and relevant news from the world of property buying, selling and more in the UK and abroad.
When most of us think of raffles, we think of charity dinners, school fêtes and money-raising initiatives at sports events. Now, though, new online property competition platforms have been launched that give would-be buyers the chance to win a home for just £2.
Moving has always been considered stressful and overwhelming – and with good reason. But technology offers us a whole bunch of new ways to hack the housebuying process, and we’ve rounded up the top 9 tech wonders that will help you move from stressed to impressed.
This week marks National Organising Week, a campaign by the Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers, inviting the UK to enjoy the benefits of getting more organised. We’ve asked APDO member, Helen Cousins of Fresh Spaces to show us how we can improve our organisation when it comes to moving house.
With the news from the Conservative Party Conference that the Prime Minister has pledged £10 billion to the Help to Buy Scheme, with the goal of helping 135,000 first time buyers get on the ladder, we decided it was time to look at the practicality of the system.
You’ve done the hard stuff – you’ve found a conveyancing solicitor, you’ve picked a property, had it surveyed, made an offer, and had it accepted. Now you’re standing on the precipice of the house that will become your home.
It’s become clear that the British public have had enough when it comes to the complexities and costs of buying a home. Especially when they're not transparent.
Whether you’ve used a ouija board or wandered into an abandoned mansion with a terrible past, the idea of spirits living in properties has always fascinated us.
The Prime Minister's address at the Conservative conference in Manchester earlier this month contained a number of key policy announcements on housing.
Buying a home can be downright terrifying – the money, the time, the stress. But this Friday the 13th, we explore the 5 unluckiest things that can happen to a home buyer, and what you can do about them.
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