If you are planning to rent a property out for the duration of a vacation with the family, then maybe you could use a short-term rental. This could be as short as a weekend, week or as long as a couple of months.
Renting your house can be a handy alternative to selling it. When it comes to figuring out just how much rent you can achieve for your property, it’s important to analyse the market.
Even with the best will in the world, people leave companies, go on holiday or fall sick. While none of us can foresee the future, it’s something we prepare and plan for very carefully at loveyourpostcode.com.
Due to the January rush and the changes to stamp duty for first time buyers, we are seeing greatly increased activity in new registrations.
In the UK, all commercial and domestic buildings available to buy or rent must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). But what is an EPC? How do you get one? How is it calculated? We go through every possible question you could have about Energy Performance Certificates.
With the days growing longer and the weather showing signs of improving, landlords should take the time to carry out some maintenance work on their buy-to-let properties.
The days are short, the nights are long, you were only going to be on the property market for a few weeks, or so you thought. However fear not; Love Your Postcode have some tips to help you sell for the asking price, the whole lot.
The property market in Birmingham can be very unpredictable. And before you’ve even got to the stage when you can buy a house in the area for the first time, you’ll normally have had to save for years and years. Now you’ve arrived at this point, you’ll want to be able to feel in control when going through the conveyancing process and for it to run as smoothly as possible.
Here’s 8 tips that can help you put to bed any stress when buying your first home in Birmingham.
In addition to our valuation tool, you should also consider looking at what prices similar houses are on the market for in your area.
Redditch is a town and local government district in north-east Worcestershire, England, approximately 15 miles (24 km) south of Birmingham.