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How to use my Help to Buy ISA or Lifetime ISA Jun 28, 2021 by Marta Pobiarzyn

So you’re looking for a new home and already find the whole process confusing before you’ve even hopped onto a property portal like Rightmove or Zoopla. You come across terms like “Help to Buy’ and ‘Lifetime ISAs’, which sound great, but you don’t really know what they do.

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What Happens on Completion Day? Jun 28, 2021 by Georgie Kenny

Completion day is red marked in the calendar for buyers and sellers alike. You’ve done the endless house viewings, discovered your dream property, had your offer accepted and signed the contracts. All that’s left to do is cross the i’s and dot the t’s before you get the keys to your new home.

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What is indemnity insurance? Jun 21, 2021 by Alan Aksenenko

As you will come to experience – if you haven’t already – the road to buying a property is not always a smooth one, and you can occasionally encounter a few bumps along the journey to owning a house. An indemnity insurance, however, can make the process of acquiring property less tumultuous and will safeguard you against unwanted additional costs that may be revealed within the property.

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What types of surveys are there and which is best for me when buying a house? Jun 21, 2021 by Alan Aksenenko

Having a survey carried out when buying a house is a good way to avoid any unexpected additional costs after completion. It’s also one of the key aspects of the house-purchasing process, and one that should by no means be overlooked. 

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Everything you need to know about house flipping Jun 21, 2021 by Alan Aksenenko

Property as a means of investment is an attractive prospect, especially given the numerous options and methods available to do so. One of those is house flipping, which involves purchasing revenue-generating assets. This, in short, involves buying a property below market value, renovating it, and selling it at a higher price, all within a short timeframe (usually a couple of months).

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