Get the low down on the best alterations and improvements to make before you put your property on the market for the greatest chance of success!

The dreaded property chain can cause chaos, tripping you up at the last minute. Here we take a look at the steps you can take to make things run more smoothly if you have to buy and sell at the same time.

Japanese Knotweed has gained a fearsome reputation as an invincible and destructive weed that can threaten the value of properties within its reach. Historically, mortgage providers have been cautious about lending against affected properties. But what is the real threat level posed by this unkillable plant?

First time buyers are finding it harder than ever to get the money together to finance their first home. As a result, many are turning to the Bank of Mum and Dad. Here’s what you need to know about helping your child buy a house…

Here's a selection of the best advice we've learned over the years to ensure you can find a home for yourself AND your furry companion…

Buying a house is exciting and stressful, both at the same time. There are so many properties to see, but finding the perfect one amongst them all is the reason for stress.

As summer draws closer, it’s important to shift our focus onto our kerb appeal instead of just the interior of our homes. The good thing is, you can do all of this on a budget and whenever you’re ready to sell your property.

Renting has definitely changed over the years. With more and more young people deciding to rent over buying a home, this means that it has definitely become more of a renters market than ever. In order to appeal to the best tenants and also to hold onto them, a landlord needs to do their best to ensure that their rental property is the best that it can be.

When it comes to moving house there are many pitfalls and traps that you could fall into, but it doesn’t always have to be a stressful and problematic experience.

If you plan on buying a property, you may have come across property descriptions such as leasehold and freehold. You must understand the differences between these statuses and how they affect the property owner. We are here to help you consider both situations, and if you have any questions regarding leasehold and freehold property, please get in touch.

If you are selling at the same time as buying, you will likely find yourself in the middle of a chain with people both above you and below you. A property chain is only as strong as its weakest link – the more links, the higher your risk. There are a few steps you can take to minimise your risk, check out our tips below…

Being a new landlord, you must be having a lot of questions on your mind. Don’t worry! It is obvious to have queries regarding your rights and responsibilities towards the property. Just because you have let out your property, it does not mean you do not have any right over it. Don’t fall for misconceptions or myths regarding the right of a landlord to access his property. There are rules that govern the same, and you need to know these regulations. Make sure you get your queries solved before signing the tenancy agreement as standard tenancy agreements state the conditions in which landlord can access the property.