10:35am Wednesday 6th November 2013
Just under a quarter (24 per cent) of home buyers are choosing to downsize by purchasing a smaller property than the one they already live in, according to recent figures from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).
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You do home improvements to make your home more suited to your lifestyle and taste, but unless it's your forever home, you may also be interested in what would make it more sellable and valuable when you come to sell.
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With property prices being so different on a regional basis, never before has it been as important to secure the help of local property experts before you make your decision to move – or indeed to stay put, writes property market analyst and commentator Kate Faulkner.
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Twenty years ago, the prime reason for downsizing or moving was to be closer to families and grandchildren, whereas today’s generation of retired people are primarily moving to improve their own lifestyles.
10:37am Thursday 4th October 2012
A great letting agent has much, much more to offer than simply setting up a tenancy. They can help landlords find the perfect tenant, perform credit checks, gather references, organise deposits, arrange viewings and compile inventories.
10:30am Thursday 4th October 2012
A great letting agent has much, much more to offer than simply setting up a tenancy. They can help landlords find the perfect tenant, perform credit checks, gather refer-ences, organise deposits, arrange viewings and compile inventories.
Ben Bailey Homes is holding an event to launch its new ‘Make it Happen’ campaign, which promises to help make customers’ homebuying dreams a reality.
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With interest rates possibly staying at rock bottom levels until 2016, small investors could be tempted to withdraw savings from poorly paying banks or building society accounts to invest in bricks and mortar.
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Buying a property is one of the most expensive purchases many of us will ever make; yet 34 million people in the UK do not have a will1, according to Countrywide, the UK’s largest mortgage broker and property services Group.
1:05pm Friday 23rd July 2010
Homeowners have been taking advantage of the lowest interest rate levels since November 2008 , which is welcome news for buyers in the North West and homeowners looking to remortgage, according to leading local estate agents Bridgfords.
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