Birmingham is the most popular destination for people moving from London, official figures show.
More than 6,000 people left the capital for England’s second city last year, according to the latest internal migration statistics.
The days are now shorter, the nights are longer and it’s finally getting colder, so it is definitely time to prepare your home for winter, especially if you are planning to sell. The last thing you want is prospective buyers walking into a cold and damp home with leaking taps.
With years of experience, Love Your Postcode has prepared a step by step guide on how to prepare your home for sale during the winter months.
In his first Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond aims to increase productivity and create greater stability for businesses.
Here is a round-up of the announcements made that concern the property sector:
September… The festivals have packed up and left town, the kids are back at school and the property buyers are on the hunt for a new home.
If you’re planning on putting your property on the market this month or want to refresh it ready for the autumn influx of buyers, we are here to share some simple tips with you to help you to make the most of one of the busiest times of the year for property sales.
The property viewing is one of the most important parts of securing an offer and selling your home. Getting it wrong could mean losing thousands of pounds, or not finding a buyer at all.
You’re the one who puts your house on the market, but the estate agent is the one who actually sells it. Choosing the right agent is a critical decision – it can be the difference between getting a really good price and not selling at all.
But how can you tell the difference between good agents and bad agents?
Whether you’re letting or selling, our professional photography will massively benefit your property listing. However before the photographer arrives, there are certain things that you can do to bring the best out of your home.
This article will provide you with all of the information you need to know about preparing your home for photography that will achieve the best price possible.
There’s still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the EU Referendum result. Guy Vaughan, senior valuer at Love Your Postcode explores the aftermath of Brexit on the property market.
Following Brexit, the Bank of England decided to keep the interest rate a 0.5 per cent, indicating the economy and the UK property market is stronger than expected.
“After a roller coaster ride, we now know the outcome: Britain is set to leave the European Union. So how will this momentous decision affect UK property? Let’s look at the underlying factors:”