Posted on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

At the time of writing (March 2018) the UK Government have several 'Help to Buy' schemes in place aimed at helping people looking to buy property in England & Wales.

Posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Nowadays, a good credit rating can help you obtain favourable terms for a mortgage, insurance and even mobile phone contracts so it’s worth making sure the information held on you is as accurate and beneficial to you as possible.

Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

A property chain is created when more than one buyer is involved in a transaction. For example, say you are buying a home from someone and they are moving to a new home they are buying from another.

Posted on Tuesday, November 7, 2017

There is home contents insurance, which is basically the insurance of all the ‘stuff’ in your home. Then there is buildings insurance, which covers the home itself and fixtures attached to it. In addition to the first two, if you rent your home out, you’ll need special insurance to cover for buildings and/or contents insurance and, perhaps, additional risks such as loss of rent or public liability cover for common areas.

Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The house buying process can seem like a complicated and frustrating process, especially when you are unsure of what happens when - and why. It’s therefore a relief when completion day arrives. But what is ‘completion’ and what happens when it happens?

Posted on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

O.I.E.O. simply stands for ‘Offers In Excess Of’. It’s that simple. It’s an indicator to buyers that the seller is unlikely to entertain offers below the quoted price. In fact, offers are actively invited in excess of that quoted guide price.

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