- Hits: 213
If you’re planning to put your home on the market in the next few months, now is the time to spring into action (see what we did there?).
Traditionally, the property market booms in springtime, with many buyers and sellers opting to wait out the winter and make their move when the days start to get longer and warmer.
With spring just a few weeks away, we’ve compiled a list so you can prepare your property for sale.
In this two-minute read, we look at ways to prepare your home for a successful spring sale (part one of a two-part article).
- Hits: 251
Almost every landlord has weighed up the merits of self-managing their rental property versus using a letting agent. After all, why pay someone to do something you do yourself, eh?
It’s a reasonable enough question to which we have an emphatic answer: there are many reasons to get an expert to manage your investment property (we can think of at least 12).
It makes sense from a financial point of view (as we’ll explain in this article) and from a time management perspective (stay tuned for part two next week, where we’ll cover this). Let’s look at the first six reasons.
In this two-minute read, we look at the benefits of using a letting agent to manage your rental property (part one of a two-part series).
- Hits: 209
After many long and draining weeks of learning from home, children across the UK are finally returning to school.
While weary parents may be glad to see the back of homeschooling, some children may find the transition from front room to classroom daunting.
After spending so much time at home, dealing with the hurly-burly of school life might prove challenging for young people.
In this two-minute read, we look at how parents in Swindon can help their children adjust to being back in the classroom.
- Hits: 296
This afternoon the Chancellor Rishi Sunak outlined his plans to get England back on track as we come out of the pandemic.
Among furlough extensions, extra support for the self-employed and business loan schemes was the welcome news that the stamp duty holiday is being extended.
When it was introduced, the original deadline was March 31 2021.
Here’s what the Chancellor announced this lunchtime.