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Monthly Archives: November 2019
We were starting to panic the political parties had forgotten about housing and the issues faced by homeowners. But finally the 2019 general election manifestos are in and we've played spot the difference so you don't have to...
In this week's news, we take a first look at Labour and Conservatives' housing policies, suggestions house prices could rise by 15% in the next five years, and how more first time buyers are getting on the property ladder.
Garages, gardens and parking are the top three "must-haves" for house hunters in Britain. Find out what's trending in your area
We know it's still November! But before you know it you'll be standing in a shop wondering if you need more tree lights. But which ones should you opt for? We've asked Hometree how to choose energy saving christmas lights and other ways to save money on energy bills this winter.
We look at the try before you buy and other credit options that are out to tempt you this Christmas and how they could scupper your plans for buying a home
As we hurtle towards Christmas, is it just a waste of everyone's time keeping your home on the market during December - especially with a general election to contend with? Or could you be missing a trick if you take it off the market until the New Year? Let's take a look.
This week's news reveals the return of the sub-1% mortgage, how Vote Leave areas are recording the highest house price growth and Brits warned to review their wills to ensure they are inheritance tax efficient.
A new survey reveals what parents spend most time and effort on when preparing the nursery, the most popular trends and how the spending doesn't stop there.
More than one million British families warm their homes with a wood-burning stove during the winter months. If you're thinking of joining them with a new stove of your own, then you'll want to be aware of changes coming in 2022 to future proof your stove.
So you’ve found a home you want to buy and you've started paying for solicitors, surveyors and mortgage advisers. B… https://t.co/NNxqM2aVCL
15 February 2020
There are a number of reasons why downsizing to a smaller home is a good idea. As the number of over 55’s looking t… https://t.co/bH0JHYSMeJ
15 February 2020