reallymoving Blog and Insights

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.

10 Ways To Protect Yourself From ‘Friday Afternoon Fraud’

A new form of cyber attack is on the rise. Fraudsters target the conveyancing solicitors of those in the process of buying a house, infiltrating the company’s email and diverting the funds of the buyer. reallymoving has 10 top tips to avoid losing it all.

August 2017

reallymoving Competition: Free £30 M&S Vouchers

reallymoving knows that moving can be expensive. So we're giving away £30 of Marks and Spencer vouchers to help out.

August 2017

Why are Scottish sellers concerned about Home Reports

reallymoving asks why Scottish sellers are increasingly concerned about Home Reports and whether something similar would ever be introduced in England and Wales. 

August 2017

reallymoving acquires comparison site

reallymoving expands its reach after acquiring legal service comparison site TheLawSuperstore

August 2017

10 Things I Wish I Knew When Buying My First Home

Here at reallymoving, we know the process of buying a home can be a stressful one, so we asked five recent first time buyers what they wished they knew when they started the process.

August 2017

Moving Day Survival Kit Infographic

In the weeks running up to a move, you can feel like your life is a collection of to do list, telephone calls that need to be made, and last minute items that can't be fogotten. 

August 2017

Is Right to Buy the Right Way to Go?

With Wales following Scotland in suspending Right to Buy, reallymoving asks if England will follow, or whether Right to Buy is the wrong way to go. 

August 2017

10 Year Anniversary of the EPC – what is it, and why is it important?

This week marks the 10 year anniversary of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), but what does this mean for you? 

August 2017

Government announces plans to ban leaseholds on new-build homes in England

Plans to ban New-Build houses being sold as leasehold have been announced by the government, with proposed measures to clamp down on “unfair charges” levied on buyers.

July 2017