If you’re thinking of buying a home in Northfield but not sure how much it will cost, then you’ve come to the right place. In this blog we will talk about house prices in this area of Birmingham.
You may have often heard the phrase SSTC in the property world and wondered what it means. Sold ‘Subject to Contract’ (STC) means that the owner has accepted an offer from a buyer but the paperwork is not yet complete.
The Knowle property industry has had a significant increase of activity over the last few years. Whether you are selling or letting, use a property group that specialises in getting you the highest possible price through award-winning customer service and international marketing.
The online property industry has had a significant increase over the last few years. Love Your Postcode – a full-service estate agency with licensed and experienced agents around the UK – follow this rising trend of online property sales.
We’ve created our estate agent fees calculator, so you can see how much you’ll pay on estate agency fees when you sell a property with Love Your Postcode. If you are looking to keep under control your moving fees then you need to use this tool.
To make sure your property is seen by even more buyers on Rightmove, we make sure your property is publicised with a Premium Listing on the country’s biggest property portal. But what does it actually mean when your property is Premium Listed?
When it comes to adding value to your property, it’s very important to utilise what you already have. Costly additions may not bring you much of a return when you sell, so consider enhancing the space and features you already have.
Thinking of buying a home in the Yardley area? Read on to find out how much a property costs in Acocks Green.
Stamp Duty Land Tax is payable when you purchase a property above a certain value in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. All UK regions impose a 3% surcharge for additional properties such as second homes or buy to let.
I’m sure at least once you’ve wondered, what is the difference between a flat and an apartment? What distinguishes these two phrases in the property world?