Home Improvements Can Make it Easier to Sell Your Home

Home improvements help to sell your home easier

Consider home improvements to get the most out of selling your home Doing some simple home improvements can help to sell a property. Now that 2017 is truly underway, many of you might be having that out-with-the-old-and-in-with-the-new feeling that comes with new beginnings, even extending to your house, making you tempted to start looking for more

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How to Sell Your Home Quickly

How to sell your home quickly

Discover how to sell your home quickly! Consider timing and market conditions. Make your home a blank canvas. Instruct a solicitor early on. Look at each buyer’s position. Consider selling to a property buyer Once you’ve found your next dream home, you’ll want to know how to sell your home quickly and get things moving more

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Conveyancing – What’s the Job of a Conveyancer?

Conveyancer

What does a conveyancer do? The legal process for buying or selling property can often be a complicated legal process, and most people appoint a solicitor or professional conveyancer to take care of all the essential legal elements, known as conveyancing. From the moment you have an offer accepted, until that exciting day when you more

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4 Ways to Sell a House in the UK Today

4 ways to sell a house - Infographic

We look at four ways to sell a house in the UK today. Flying Homes considers four ways to sell a home; via a traditional estate agent, privately yourself, cheaper through online estate agents and of course, selling fast for cash to a property buyer. Selling a property in the UK can be a difficult more

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Securing Mortgage Finance for Buying a House

Get suitable finance in place when buying a house

Buying a House? Find Out How Best to Secure Mortgage Finance The vast majority of people buying a house will be forced to rely on a loan secured on the property they are purchasing – a mortgage. According to Rightmove, the best deals are available to those who have a deposit of at least 15 more

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