Read our wide range of articles on moving house, updating your rented homes and dealing with estate agent.
When selling your house there are many things to consider. Read our range of guides to help you keep on top of everything you need to do, with top tips on how to improve your chances of a successful sale.
We look at simple ways to add value to your home, from conversions and extensions to decluttering and decorating.
Selling a home
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
If you’re focused on selling your home, it’s likely you have a timeline in mind. Whether you’re selling to buy elsewhere, eager to up sticks and start anew, or you’re moving internationally, knowing how long it might take is important.
Conveyancing, Selling a home
Whether you’re selling on a deadline, have a fair bit of work to do, or just want to make sure you get the price for your property, have a look at our top tips for selling your home easily.
When you’re focused on selling your home, your aim is to get the best price possible. Which is why it’s easy to forget about the costs associated with selling.
If you’re eager to sell your home quickly, perhaps due to having a new property already in place, a new job or a change in personal circumstances, there are multiple ways to speed up the process.
When you first decide to sell, it’s worth surveying your home yourself. Walk around and notice anything that would put you off if you were a potential buyer. Fix the things you never got around to fixing, like that wonky door that needs a tighter hinge, or the weeds escaping through the paving.
When selling your home, you have a responsibility to offer a clear picture to the possible buyer. It may seem counter-intuitive to give your buyer reasons they may not want to go through with the purchase, but failure to do so can have severe consequences.
Inheriting a property from a parent or family member can be an emotional experience. During times of loss, the last thing you want to deal with is the property side of things
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