Have your babies flown the nest…finally? Do you feel like you’re rattling around in a house that now is far too big? Maybe it’s time to start thinking of downsizing. Not the most enticing word for what could be a big change in your life. So you should not think of it as downsizing, but finding a property that is right for you and your needs going forward. There are some advantages to the property that is big enough to fit your needs.Continue reading “Downsizing”
Moving to a new home is up there with one of the most stressful things that we’ll ever do in our lifetime. So, it pays to be prepared. Take it from someone who has moved to a new home ten times in 15 years including from country to country.
With this being said, I thought that if you are moving in the near future, you might be interested in a helpful checklist that I have put together to keep you focused and on target for a smoother moving process. Let the countdown begin…Continue reading “Moving Home Checklist”
Over the last two years house prices in the Leicestershire area, have risen steadfastly, giving the county the title of fastest growing property prices in the UK in 2018. Letting prices were also up by approximately 3% in the same period.Continue reading “Property Market in Leicestershire”
Over the last couple of months, I have had many questions regarding the dreaded ‘B’ word and the effects it will have on the property market.Continue reading “The ‘B’ Word”
Being a Landlord isn’t a nine-to-five job. It can involve a lot of work and normally during hours outside of your day job. But if you plan well and have done your research beforehand and ensure that you have the right kind of rental property, it can be a very lucrative and a financially rewarding asset.Continue reading “So…You Want to be a Landlord!”
Before discussing what the advantages and disadvantages of an auction are, we need to understand, ‘What is an Auction?’
First time buyers frequently fall into the bottomless pit of extra expenses that they were never advised on, and therefore hard-earned savings don’t stretch far enough and the dream home slips away.
Whilst watching a relocation property programme recently, I got the distinct impression that the buyers were either delusional or had not considered what kind of property they wanted and were certainly unaware what they could get within budget.