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    How Online Estate Agents Can Help You Find The Right Home

    Hiring a real estate agent is one of the best decisions that you can make when you are looking to purchase or rent a new home. When looking for a new home, it might be wise to consider hiring an online real estate agent because they are going to be able to help you in […]

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    How to Sell Your Home Quickly

    If you need to sell your home fast, maybe due to having found a new property already, or a change in personal circumstances or a new job, there are several things you can do to speed the process up. You need to be aware there are sometimes, for the sake of speed, that you might […]

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    How to Make Your Games Room Accessible to All Visitors

    For many new homeowners the thought of making their property accessible for wheelchair users and people with disabilities is now at the forefront of their mind. Whether it is ensuring that all visitors to your home feel comfortable relaxing and socialising with others, it is also important that they can explore the different rooms throughout […]

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    5 Marketing Must-Dos for Your Accessibility Business

    Whether you’re renting out an adapted property, promoting motorized wheelchairs or selling ramps and rails, marketing an accessibility business can feel trickier than turning base metal into gold. So since connecting with customers effectively is the alchemy required, it’s time for some research. With that in mind, here are five marketing must-dos for your accessibility […]

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    Should You Modify or Sell Your Home?

    Living with a disability, whether caused by age, an accident, or a lifestyle factor, can make life more challenging.  One of the areas where many people tend to struggle is in their homes. As most homes today are not designed with handicap accessibility in mind, many people end up having to make a choice between […]

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    How to Build your Housing Piggy Bank

    It is most people’s dream to own their own place but with 99% mortgages a thing of the past and the huge amount of cash now needed for a deposit, the prospect of saving enough money is certainly daunting! Nevertheless, you will find colleagues at work who are on similar salaries that are paying a […]

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    Garden Design Tips for The Disabled

    The layout of your garden can make a significant difference in how you enjoy garden work. It’s usually best to focus on container growing, but this will depend on your disability. To keep the digging and weeding to a minimum, ensure that any ground level place is low maintenance. In this read, we are going […]

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    Trends for Future-Proofing Your Home

    With technology rapidly changing everywhere and now even how we interact with our homes, you need to be careful about what types of technology you rely on in your home. After all, technology changes very much decade-to-decade. For example, not many people are still listening to CDs and watching VHS tapes as they were in […]

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    Three Top Tips for Becoming a Student

    If you have a disability, moving out and considering university presents even more problems than the average person. You must think about becoming independent, finding a place to live, having support in classes, and financial aid. If you want to study in further education, your disability should never stop you. If you are unsure of […]

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    Changing from Commercial to Residential Inside and Out

    Access to Mayfair has been a “higgledy-piggledy” area that has over the past 30 years put the needs of business logistics and transportation ahead of the needs and preferences of its residents. Unsurprisingly, the longevity of commercial buildings continues to dwell and the borough is continuing its change back to a more residentially focused area. […]

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    Top 5 Tips for Canadian Real Estate Investors In 2019

    Canada remains one of the world’s major real estate markets, though today and in 2019 it’s all about trying to navigate through uncertainty. Real estate in Canada is constantly affected by factors that aren’t always easy to predict. These include technological changes, social change, new official regulations, and economic circumstances. Still, many real estate experts […]

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    Conservatories: A New Addition to your Home, Make it Pretty

    Conservatories, also known as sunrooms and green rooms have been dated back as old as the sixteenth century. The English used them for their passion for gardening while some of the land owners created them to store and grow Mediterranean fruits like orange, back in those days. If you look around for conservatories Wolverhampton, you […]

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    Buying New Build Property in the UK

    Investing in a new build property or investing in something more established boils down to personal preference and subjective tastes. Celebrating the glorious rich history from builds constructed long ago may be at the forefront of most people’s desires, however new build properties can present opportunities you may not have ever considered. The UK offers […]

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    Special Access 101 for Property Development in 2019

    Introduction Most builders are aware that there are special attributes that must be taken into consideration for the disabled and wheelchair bound individuals when it comes to passing building bylaws.  There are some basic items that always need to be taken into consideration when it comes to this aspect of both design, build and implementation […]

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    Ways to Make Your House Special – Creating Indoor Jungle

    These days we are getting more and more into making the most of our space and Millennials especially it seems are looking for something to nurture. “The latest fashion in housing seems to be the explosion of people wanting to create so called indoor jungles. This is a great way to make your home unique […]

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