First-Time Buyers: Tips for Getting a Mortgage

19th June 2021

Are you looking to get on the property ladder and become a homeowner? Now is a great time to invest in property and move into a new home. But, if you are a first-time buyer, this can be more difficult for you. You are going to have to work hard to get a good mortgage.…

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How to get 100% funding for property developers

18th January 2021

The arrival of the Covid vaccine and its potential success has opened opportunities for many establishments, including the property market. Developers are looking at ways to maximise this opportunity, especially with the current stamp duty holiday deadline. Securing funding is sometimes an issue, but there are ways to get around this problem. Just contact the…

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Reasons Why You Should Engage Real Estate Agents When Selling a Home

26th December 2020

The increasing ease of marketing through social media andonline platforms may make you think that you don’t need a real estate agent to sell your house. You can indeed sell your home without using an agent, but selling a house can sometimes be a challenge as there are a lot of processes involved and marketing…

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What is a Plier?

17th September 2020

If you’ve ever needed to grip or twist an object or cut some wire, you’d be familiar with pliers. They hold an essential space in the toolboxes of professionals and DIY-enthusiasts alike and you can find them at any hardware store or reputable global distributor, for example RS Components. There are dozens of styles available,…

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Choose The Right Premises For Your Business

17th June 2020

After employee salaries, premises are usually the biggest overhead that a business has to payout, so they must make the right choice. If you are looking to rent or buy new premises for your business, here are some things that you need to take into consideration. Do you need specific business premises? Whether you need…

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The steps to selling my house at auction

5th May 2020

One of the options that homeowners consider when selling their house or flat is to list it for auction. This can seem an attractive prospect because of the potential for competitive bidding, where eager buyers keep trying to outbid each other with ever-higher prices. If you’re looking to sell for a market competitive price, pursuing…

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Water Damage Claim 101: What You Need to Know

19th March 2020

Flood or any water-related incidents can be life-threatening and extremely damaging to properties and it all can happen in just a short span of time. While filing a water damage claim is the most cost-efficient thing to do during this event, your likelihood to be granted or denied of the claim by your insurance policy…

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A brief guide to bridging finance for developers

22nd January 2020

Despite ambitious government housing targets, on the 23rd of September 2019, the Guardian newspaper reported that more than 210,000 homes in England have been abandoned or stand empty. Since there is no shortage of demand for housing, profits are there for the taking by small developers prepared to buy property, renovate or refurbish it, and…

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Buy to let insurance FAQs

22nd January 2020

You might be a landlord looking to make a living from your buy to let properties or perhaps you are a so-called “accidental” landlord with a property that has come your way and you have decided to let to tenants at least for a while. Either way, buy to let insurance is an essential method…

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Rights of a Tenant: Who is responsible for Pest Control?

20th October 2019

If you’re letting out property for habitation, then you have a responsibly to keep it in liveable condition. This means dealing with wear and tear, conducting repairs where necessary, and dealing with infestations of pests. These are all linked, in a sense, because a landlord is responsible for any repairs required to stop pests from…

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