First Time Buyers Property Advice

Are you a first time buyer looking to get on the property ladder? We have a wide range of advice and information to help you at reallymoving.com

Helping the elderly to move

Moving elderly friends and relatives needs careful planning and consideration. We have some tips to smooth the way.

Removals, General Moving Advice

The Conveyancing Quality Scheme explained

The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme was launched in 2010, but is now becoming visible. We explain what this entails.

Conveyancing, Conveyancing Process

Right to Buy - buying your council house or housing association home in England

Government schemes to buy council and housing association homes, such as Right to Buy and Right to Acquire, are designed to help tenants improve their circumstances. Buying your own can be home a fantastic long-term investment for the future.

Conveyancing, Buying a house

What is a Building Survey?

Find out what a Building Survey (previously a Structural Survey, also known as a Level 3 survey) is with our informative guide.

Surveys, Surveying Process

Home Report FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Home Report required for residents in Scotland

Surveys, Scotland, Home Reports

What is an Operator's Licence?

If you hire a removal company for a move bigger than 500 cubic feet (approximately a 1 bed flat) it is more than likely that they will need an Operator’s Licence or they will only be able to use small vans, and moving home may take longer.

Removals, General Moving Advice

Removals insurance

Your insurance firm may require an extra premium to cover your move, (an ‘outside the home’ or ‘personal possessions’ supplement) but this can be less than the price of a takeaway! Okay, possibly around the £30 mark.

Removals, General Moving Advice

Top tips to help with moving house

Improve the organisation of your house move with these straightforward tips to get you going in the right direction

Removals, Moving home

Why use a RICS surveyor?

Buying a home? Find out how you can benefit from the expert guidance of a RICS Chartered Surveyor for your house survey.

Surveys, Surveying Advice