At last, the house that you have fondly loved, but no longer meets your family’s needs, is on the market and the estate agents have worked their magic. It’s time for the house viewings. (Also see our guide to choosing an Estate Agent and finishing off the snag list: preparing your house to sell). You’ve got a couple of house viewings booked in, and you … Continue reading House Viewings: How to sell your house quickly
Moving home can be both exciting and stressful at the same time. It’s a big moment in your life and it’s only natural to feel some anxiety about the whole process. With a lot of formalities and paperwork to be completed, belongings to be organised and packed away, and many other hurdles to be jumped, it can begin to feel overwhelming — especially when the … Continue reading 4 simple tips for making your house move stress-free
You’ve decided to sell the house and you’ve selected the right estate agent, now it’s time to fix all those little jobs that have needed doing for weeks, months or years – the snag list, in order to ensure you get the best price for your house. You know what it’s like, after a while living in your house you become selectively blind to the … Continue reading Getting the snag list done: Selling your house quickly
Here at H&D towers, we’ve decided to move house again, after 2 wonderful years living by the sea, we’re going inland again back to mid-Kent. Now we’ve lived in 4 houses in 10 years so we’re somewhere between amateur and experts at the moving game, but there are still some difficult decisions to take when selling your house, not least which estate agency to market … Continue reading Selling your house: Choosing an Estate Agent
Is it sensible to ‘buy’ a house if actually you are just renting it from the bank or building society? If your mortgage on a 4 bed house in the Kentish suburbs is £1500 a month, and £1200 of that is the interest,… and you could rent a 4 bed house for £1000 a month, then even ensuring that you save £300 a month (as … Continue reading Should you rent or buy?
If you thought DIY was just a way to pass the time on a rainy weekend, think again. Engaging in a little hands on home improvement can do a great deal to improve your quality of life, the value of your property and it can even have a positive effect on the cost of your home insurance premiums. There are many ways in which a … Continue reading The Many Benefits of a DIY Weekend