Research has shown that getting the price right at the when placing any property on the market for sale is an important factor in achieving a fast sale. Properties that have price reductions are historically shown to stay on the market longer and have less interest.
This question we receive several times a week. With the current uncertainty about our future with Europe it is understandable why this question is asked. The answer is a complicated one, and really does depend on what sort of Brexit we end up with.
Following on from our last blog with part ownership, not to be confused with help to buy..
Once you have your property on the market, is it worth getting a For Sale board outside? With Rightmove and Zoopla being the main way people find properties to buy, it could be argued that For Sale boards are redundant. But do they increase the chances of selling?
Do you settle for an online estate agent who doesn’t really know the local market and charges an upfront fee for a service which has not yet been delivered?
During your search for a new home you may well come across the terms 'leasehold' and 'freehold'. Find out what the difference between these property types and how it effects you, and your decision to buy.
People on average used to move four times after the first time they bought a property, that number has now fallen to an average of two times.
With mortgage approvals at a low over the period of the last 5 years, mortgage providers are now at a higher level of competition with one another over a smaller number of customers.
The UK Government are looking at how to make the home buying process easier