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.
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.
As expected, plans to help the housing market and first-time buyers in particular, were included in Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget. What were these policies, and how could they affect the property market? We discuss the inaugural autumn budget in this blog.
Here at Love Your Postcode, we pride ourselves on our expert knowledge of any property with a B postcode. We have broken down the selling experience in Birmingham into 11 easy steps; ensuring you the best local advice you will find on the internet. In this article we will cover the second 6 steps. With property advice from our own founder, Bobby Singh, you can’t go far wrong with this article.
How to sell your house quickly? Great question. Here at Love Your Postcode, we pride ourselves on our property expert knowledge.
When offers don’t come in following viewings, selling your home can be frustrating. Especially when you don’t know why others don’t want to buy your home and you feel like there is nothing you can do to help.
However, you can make a bigger difference than you might realise to your sale. In this blog we discuss things you can do to help get your home sold.
The world is talking about the housing market in Birmingham. Having seen a surge in the amount of people moving from London to the Second City rather than stay in their extortionate homes, it is safe to say that we are seeing the biggest “Boom Time” in 10 to 15 years. Watch our own property guru talk on this topic on BBC Midlands News here.
An experiment conducted by insurance company AXA has revealed how sloppy photographs can alter the perception of a property in the eyes of the public – and can therefore make a home harder to sell, and possibly fetch a lower sale price.
The tightrope of being a Birmingham buy-to-let landlord is a balancing act many do well at. Talking to several Birmingham landlords, they are very conscious of their tenants’ capacity and ability to pay the rent and their own need to raise rents on their rental properties (as Government figure shows ‘real pay’ has dropped 1% in the last six months). Evidence does however suggest many landlords feel more assured than they were in the spring about pursuing higher rents on their Birmingham buy-to-let properties.