What happens to your mortgage after your separate?
Separations are never easy, but when they involve a jointly owned property there is an additional administrative burden to take care of. If you find yourself in this situation, here are answers to some of the common questions people have.
How to avoid gazumping, gazundering, and other derailments
According to one study, more than 300,000 property transactions collapse every year, at an average cost to the seller of £2,700 . If you’re keen to keep your transaction on track and avoid these unexpected costs, here are our tips.
Anyone who has lived in a property with a noise problem understands how disruptive this can be to a peaceful life. It can be very disappointing to discover such a problem after you’ve bought and moved into a new home. So, check our guide first to see how you can avoid this mistake.
A message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting
World leader in colour trends Pantone has announced its choices for colours of the year in 2021: a contrasting combination of Ultimate Grey (17-5104) and Illuminating (13-0647), a bright, sunny yellow. These choices are intended to convey “a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting,” the company says.
Whether you’re planning to sell your current home and want to get the best price possible, or you’ve just moved in and you want to add value, it’s always a good time to consider home improvements. Here are ten ways you can bring out the best in your property, with the intention of raising the market value.
Research shows that homeowners are taking on more projects
One of the many secondary impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is that it made us re-evaluate our home environments. Long spells in lockdown caused us to fall out of love with our current properties, and a significant number of homeowners decided to sell up and move once the market reopened, resulting in increased property sales and higher house prices.
Focusing on the positives of moving to a smaller home
Moving to a smaller home, commonly known as downsizing, can be challenging logistically and emotionally, but there are many reasons to keep a positive mindset. Here’s a reminder of some of the benefits.
What should you consider if you’re buying a doer-upper?
When viewing properties, some buyers are drawn to newly built, freshly finished homes that are ready to live in, while others like the challenge and potential of a renovation project. There are certainly great advantages to buying a doer-upper but you should be sure you’re ready for the work involved. Here are some of the pros and cons to consider.
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