Selling a House With Bad Tenants

Bad tenants

Thinking of selling a rented property with bad tenants? We look at your rights, remedies, and options. Bad tenants can cause massive headaches for landlords. Whether it’s rent arrears or property damage, the issues caused by problem tenants can cause misery and despair. Unfortunately, the legal protections enjoyed by tenants can’t just be ignored because more

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Making Your Home Eco-Friendly!

Eco friendly homes

6 Easy Ways to Make Your House More Eco-Friendly The phrase eco-friendly homes might sound as if it’s just a fad, but making your home eco-friendly cuts carbon emissions reduces waste and lowers energy bills, an essential part of government policy in the UK. But did you know that ‘eco-friendly’ can also add value to your more

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How to Buy a House at Auction in The UK

Buying a House at Auction in the UK

Buying a House at Auction in the UK More people than ever are buying property at auction in the UK. They are rejecting the traditional method of house buying to speed up the process and create a little certainty regarding timescales. However, buying houses at auction is not without its risks. Once the hammer comes more

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Which is The Best Mortgage For You?

What's the best mortgage for you?

Choosing the Best Mortgage for Your Circumstances Which is the best mortgage? You’ve decided to buy the home of your dreams, but now you have to secure the finance, a scenario that sends a chill down the spine of many house buyers every day. The trouble is there’s just so many options, and so much more

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How to Sell a House at Auction

How to sell a house at Auction

We Explore How to Sell a House at Auction Need to know how to sell a house at auction? What’s the main reason why people use property auctions? The speed of selling is usually near the top of any list. Review our beginner’s guide to Auctions, (if you haven’t already done so) before reading this more

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Property Auctions – A Beginners Guide

A brief guide to Property Auctions

The Beginner’s Guide to Property Auctions People decide to sell or buy homes at property auctions for a variety of reasons, but the vast majority do so for the sake of speed and convenience. There is lots of freedom involved in using a property auction to buy and sell. If you’re a seller, you can more

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London Commuter Towns Hotspots

London Commuter Towns Hotspots

London commuter towns, where’s the best hotspots and what do they have in common? London commuter towns may be the more obvious choice to live, as, while London has many, many things going for it, affordability isn’t one of them. It’s far from the cheapest place, with higher rents, higher house prices and a higher more

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How to Set The Initial Asking Price When Selling Your Home

How to set an initial asking price when selling your home

How do I set the asking price when selling my home? ‘How do I set the initial asking price when selling my home?’ ‘What’s the current market value of my home?’ These are the question most homeowners will ask themselves as they embark on the house-selling process. The truth is that setting the initial asking more

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How to Sell Your Home Online This Spring

How to sell your home online in Spring

We explore how to sell your home online this springtime! With lots of interest shown by buyers in the first few months of the year, Spring is a great season in which to sell a property. House Tree considers how to sell your home online in one of the most popular times of the year. more

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The Crossrail Effect on House Prices – Huge Rises Predicted

The Crossrail effect on house prices

Buying or Selling a house – are you feeling the Crossrail effect? The Crossrail effect on house prices is well known, but new research from crowdfunding platform Property Partner has shown just how much they’ve soared since the ambitious infrastructure project first announced a decade ago. Since 2007, 60% of the areas near to or surrounding a more

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