FAQ BUYING AND SELLING

Elevate Your London Real Estate Journey in 2024

The City London is the capital city of the United Kingdom and one of the most influential and diverse cities in the world. It is located in southeastern England, along the River Thames. London has a rich history that dates back to Roman times when it was known as Londinium. gov.uk/browse/housing-local-services/buying-owning-property The city is...

Navigating the London Housing Market: Insights on Mortgage Rates and Property Values

Feeling Overwhelmed? Are you considering a new home purchase in the bustling city of London? With all the mixed messages about mortgage rates and property values, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. However, fear not – we're here to provide clarity in the midst of all the complexities. Despite the intricate nature of the London housing market, there are positive indicators worth noting. In this blog, we'll...

Questions to ask a mortgage lender

Thinking About Mortgages? Are you looking to purchase a new house? If you plan on borrowing either some or most of the house’s purchase price, you must get prepared for the entire mortgage process. We have outlined four key areas that you must discuss with your mortgage professional to begin working on your home loan. What’s The Best Mortgage Option For Me? It is common knowledge that there...

Sell as is or Fix Up

Old or New Your home could be a few years or several decades old. Regardless of its age, the sales process will be significantly affected by its physical condition. We have outlined a few crucial questions that can help you decide if you must sell your home ‘as is’ or you should fix it up a little before you start the process. Have You Had A Home Inspection? Before selling your home, an...

4 pieces of poor mortgage advice

Myth Busting Mortgage Advice So it's time to be thinking about a mortgage and you have been discussing it with friends and family. Everybody you have spoken to is likely to have their own story to share along with various words of wisdom. Unfortunately, there is a lot of poor advice out there and some of it you really would be wise to avoid. We will look at the top four pieces of misinformation that may...

First Impressions – Curb appeal

What can you remember from your first visit to a property Can you think of a time when you first visited someone's home? It could have belonged to a friend, a family member or maybe you were looking to buy? Remember that moment? What were your first impressions? Was it the sunlight sparkling off the freshly cleaned windows or the brightly  coloured  front door. Maybe you remember the beautifully...

Conduct a Pre-Mortgage Financial Health Check

Financial Health Check If you want to use a mortgage for covering the cost of a new home it is importat to prepare your finances. The key is to understand how to manage your monthly expenses. In preparation for your mortgage application run a quick financial health check to see if you really are ready to make the application.   Start Your Monthly Budget  (or update if you already have one) It...

A Property Buyers Journey

A Property Buyers Journey. Buying a new Home is probably one of the biggest decisions you will ever have to make. Obviously there is the financial commitment and all the legal side to get through. But what do you actually look for and think about when choosing a property that is right for you. In my head I had a vision of my Dream Home. I made a wish list of things that I needed and things that I...

Conveyancing – Buying or Selling a Property

Conveyancing For Buyers and Sellers  If you are considering buying or selling a property you will need a Conveyancing Solicitor. They will oversee all the legal aspects of buying and selling, handle all the small details and make sure that the whole process runs smoothly. Separate fees are charged for each and when purchasing a property you will also be charged a local search fee. Ask your solicitor...

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