Read our wide range of articles on moving house, updating your rented homes and dealing with estate agent.
Buying a house is an exciting time and one that should be enjoyed. Our range of guides provide you with useful tools, top tips and advice to help you make an informed decision on your property purchase.
If you’re eager to get a mortgage, one of the first things to consider is your credit score, as it may have an impact on how much you can borrow and what rate of interest you pay.
Buying a house, Before you buy
The decision to buy your own property is a big one, and there may be times when you’re torn between renting or buying. There are some situations where one is preferable to the other. But how do you decide?
Buying a house, Before you buy, Renting
If you’re looking for a new home, it’s important to consider what you’re willing (and able) to spend on a property. Here’s our top ways to find the right budget for your move.
Buying a house
The property market can be confusing when it comes to pricing, but don't end up paying more than you need to - learn how to make a compelling offer and negotiate with our guide.
How far would you move for your new home? We looked at the distance moved by movers across the entire UK to see how far people go for their dream home.
Buying a house, News, reallymoving Updates
Home developer Strata teaches us what we should look out for with new-build properties.
Estate agents contracts can be confusing and lengthy. Before you sign any agreements, it is vital that you understand what you are agreeing to. Consider your rights, length of the contract and the procedure and implications of cancelling the contract.
Buying a house, Selling a home, Estate Agents
Engaging a conveyancer is an essential part of the home-buying process. Your conveyancer is the one who will deal with the exchange of legally binding contracts and the transfer of the property title to your name.
Conveyancing, Buying a house, London moving advice
Finding and buying a flat in London can be a challenge. Properties can and do vary massively between different parts of the city, and even within the same borough you’ll often find a surprising degree of variation between properties that may only be separated by a couple of streets. Throw London’s high property prices and demand-driven market into the equation, and the very prospect of finding a flat to buy can turn into a headache.
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