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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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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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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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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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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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