One of the most interesting decisions you need to make when looking to buy a home is whether you want a new or old build. Of course, there are advantages and disadvantages to both, but you will need to weigh up the most important factors for you.Resources for house buyers
Buying a new property can bring its fair share of worries and issues that you have to address, especially if everything doesn’t go to plan. Even after finding your dream property and having an offer accepted, you still haven't’ finalised the purchase and can potentially lose out on your dream home if you fall victim to gazumping.Resources for house buyers
Sold Subject To Contract, otherwise known as SSTC, is one of the many tags and terms you will find in the description of a property listed for sale.Resources for house buyers
Property chains are common when buying and selling. Our guide teaches you about chains, cash buyers, bridge loans and the benefits of buying chain-free.Guides for Home Sellers
A third of all home loans in the UK are remortgages. But how do you know when it’s the right time to remortgage your home and how you should approach it?Guides for Home Sellers
Looking to sell your property online? Learn all you need to know about advertising on the UK's major property portals like Rightmove and Zoopla.Guides for Home Sellers
We’re looking at the best ways to add value to your home so that you can make an informed decision about maximising your home’s sale price.
Whenever you are buying or selling a property, you will need a solicitor or conveyancer. But what exactly do they do? And how much do they charge for doing it? Keep reading if you’re looking to buy or sell, and make sure you’re in the know.Resources for house buyers
Acquiring a second home can prove to be an exciting and prospective investment, be it for a holiday home or a buy-to-let.Resources for house buyers
Unfortunately, bagging your dream home can be curtailed by a number of things. Being unable to get a big enough mortgage can be an issue that arises. Keep reading if you want to learn some nifty tips and tricks to help you secure a bigger mortgage and get...Resources for house buyers
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