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    8 Tips To Maximizing Space With Style

    Part of future-proofing your home means preparing for changes. As future technology makes it more possible to live alone, it only makes sense to design your home with accessibility in mind. But whether you’re planning for the future, or you’re looking for design tips that work to meet your needs right now, there’s always a […]

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    First-Time Home Buyer Guide

    If you are looking at purchasing your first house, there are many things which must be considered. For instance, the deposit you will need, the mortgage (and the different types of mortgages), whether or not stamp duty applies to you, any other additional costs and much more. In this blog, we will be going through […]

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    5 ways to make your garden wheelchair-friendly

    The garden is one the of the greatest parts of any home. It’s the place where you can sit, relax and enjoy the wonderful sounds and scents of nature.   However, when you’re a wheelchair user, getting out into the garden is easier said than done, let alone maintaining it.   But not to worry, […]

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    Viewing Guide and Tips for House Hunters

    Shopping for a new house can be an exciting and stimulating experience for many. Most people do not know exactly what to look for, what to focus on, and what to overlook in house viewing. Many will choose a house based on the first impression and not for what they like.   You don’t need […]

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    10 terrific tips for disabled travellers

    Travel is an incredible experience.   But it comes with many challenges, which can be compounded when you’ve got a disability.   Don’t let this deter you from travelling – our 10 terrific travel tips will set you on the right path.     Research     You should research your destination in advance, in […]

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    A Quick Look at Bathroom Disability Requirements

    Did you know that approximately 700 million people have some form of disability? That is about 10% of the Earth’s population. Out of which, 12 million reside in the United Kingdom. Although many have made a few modifications in their homes such as the installation of grab rails and ramps, bathroom disability features are often […]

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    UK Property Hotspots

    It’s no secret that some parts of the UK bode well for property investment and attract investors from all over the world. The UK’s property investment opportunities are invariably solid, meaning that in the midst of Brexit, this is the one thing that the UK can be sure of.  Anyone in the Property sector knows […]

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    5 Surefire Tips to Increase the Value of Your Home

    No matter if you’re looking to spruce up your home to test the market, or are looking to spice up a tired and outdated home but are worried about putting too much money into the property, there are ways your hard-earned money can be put to good use. While many are DIY, those that are […]

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    A Guide to Fixing Up Your House

    Is your home in dire need of rejuvenation? If so, why let somebody else have all the fun… perform the renovation yourself! By resolving to fix up your house, you will be able to retain complete control over the work that is done, put your DIY skills to the ultimate test, and, once the remodelling […]

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    Buy a house after or before Brexit?

    With the prospect of a second referendum on Brexit looking increasingly unlikely, many first time buyers are torn between buying now and waiting until after Brexit. Despite what the experts might say, no one can tell whether prices will rise or fall after Brexit, which just serves to increase the uncertainty. Since the UK voted […]

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    The Mortgage Industry is Broken – Here’s Why

    Mortgages are static in a changing market   The mortgage industry is arguably the driving force of the United Kingdom’s financial retail industry, yet it has remained unchanged for decades, is full of anachronisms and is no longer aligned with customer preferences. It’s offline, relies on face-to-face meetings which take weeks to organise, requires piles […]

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    New Build Holiday Homes Have Become A Profitable Investment

    With tourism back on the rise globally, development in some tourist areas is booming. One of the most common deals being touted by development firms is pre-build sales. People that have fallen in love with a certain spot overseas have been investing in these pre-build opportunities often picking up properties for 70% and sometimes as […]

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    How to Buy, Refurbish and Flip Houses Quickly Leveraging Refurbishment Finance

    Buying and renovating a property in order to sell it can make you a great deal of money. After discovering a property you can buy, refurbish, and sell, you may need a large sum of money to help you finance the project. Many investors and developers make use of different types of property development finance […]

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    Damp Basement Proofing Using Household Objects

    Image credit https://moistureloc.com/basement-waterproofing/ Mention damp proofing or waterproofing to homeowners and they instantly think about a big bill and a costly series of work.  But there are lots of things you can do to reduce the problem of a damp basement with normal household items – many of which you probably already have.   The […]

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    How to make your home more accessible and wheelchair friendly

    Although pushchairs and wheelchairs may look similar, there are actually a number of key differences between them, many of which revolve around the fact that pushchairs are intended for infants, who are largely dependent on their parents, whereas wheelchairs are, statistically, most likely to be used by adults, who generally want to live independently. This […]

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