Every year it's the same. Vendors saying that they will wait until the new year until they put their property on the market. And every year we tell them that a surprising number of people want to look for
We’re getting to the time of year when some will tell you, if you’re thinking of selling your house, you’re better off waiting a few weeks. They may remind you that your garden isn’t at its best in the winter months either and, besides, most minds are occupied by thoughts of Christmas – and just how they’re going to afford all the kids’ presents, never mind a mortgage.
If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you may remember, in a recent post, we mentioned, if you’re considering putting in an offer on a property, a tree in the garden as something worth further investigation first. Before we go
Guest post by Ella Hendrix -- The UK government is dedicated to its Clean Growth Strategy which is helping to improve energy efficiency across the commercial property sector. The aim is to improve energy productivity in the country by 20%, by
Westminster has an opportunity on Monday to right some wrongs in the property market. It’s never going to be able to do enough in a single afternoon to correct the consequences of years of shilly-shallying by successive Governments which has led
There’s a pretty good chance, if you’ve just put your home on the market – or you’ve told a few friends and family that you’re about to - your decision may have met with a sorry shake of the head
One thing you won’t be short of when you announce you’re considering buying property is advice. Whether it’s directly from friends and family or indirectly from the internet, there’s so much information out there, sometimes it’s easy to feel a little
There’s no doubt comments made by the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, on Friday (September 14) meant that, for many involved in the UK property market, the week ended on a sour note. (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-45516678) No one who has