So you’ve found the home of your dreams, all that’s standing in the way of you living there is the fact that you haven’t yet sold your own house. It’s time to bite the bullet and make sure that potential buyers see the best in your property. Getting your house ready to go on the
Buying a home is one of the biggest life decisions you will ever make. It is the most expensive thing you will likely ever own. For many people, it’s a financial repayment that they are committing to for the next 15, 20, or even 30 years. If you’re looking to get a long-term mortgage, it
The government has been tinkering with legislation again. This time in relation to new mortgage lending rules. It is a further attempt to prevent another wholesale collapse of the housing market, and simultaneously help homeowners make responsible decisions about debt. The new rules came into force on 26th April this year. Here is a simple
A listed building is one that has been awarded special status due to its architectural or historical interest. A listed building is afforded certain protections from alterations that may cause the reason for its interest to be damaged in some way. The older a building is, the more likely it is to be listed. It
When it comes to buying a property, the easy part is finding the house of your dreams. It can get much more complicated when you put in an offer and negotiate on the price. Most of us aren’t that comfortable with trying to get a reduction, so where should you start when making an offer?
With the cost of buying a house rising faster than salaries and rent, it can be confusing trying to decide which option is best for you. We weigh up the pros and cons of buying versus renting. Counting up the costs Whether you are renting or buying, you are still entering into a legal agreement