Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Stunning Warm Welcome To Your Home

As the saying goes – “first impressions count” and when applied to the home this means the frontage – what do people see from the roadside? A front driveway full of junk or a driveway clean and glistening in the … Continue reading

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Posted by: Property Blogger Categories: House Prices Tags: , , 1 Comment

Couples £800 better off than singletons

Unless you’re Bridget Jones at a party for married couples, singletons are rarely named and shamed as those who are ‘missing out’. However, when it comes to personal finance, the cost of being single comes at a high price as … Continue reading

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Posted by: WarrenWilson Categories: Finance Tags: , Comments Off

Top 4 Most Value Adding Home Improvement Projects

While you may not be remodelling your home mainly to increase its value, you have to admit that it would not hurt if that were to happen. Too many people however miss the mark when it comes to this. They … Continue reading

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Working from home: Luxury Style

Earlier this month Boris Johnson advised Londoners to consider working from home during the Olympic period. Nowadays however, more and more people are choosing to work from home, Olympics or no Olympics.

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Posted by: nicolasevern Categories: Buying, Estate Agents, For Sale, Interesting Properties, Uncategorized Tags: , , , Comments Off

More than the ‘bear’ necessities in Paddington

Whether it’s Paddington bear, or Paddington station that springs to mind when you think of this iconic London location, one thing’s for sure, living in this district you’re certainly in the thick of things.

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Posted by: nicolasevern Categories: Letting, Renting, Tenants Advice, Uncategorized Tags: , , , , , , Comments Off

Summer blues in the mortgage market

This summer’s wet weather is cited as one of the reasons why activity in the UK mortgage market was dampened down in June. According to the British Bankers Association (BBA) the number of mortgages approved for purchases dropped by 11% … Continue reading

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Posted by: nicolasevern Categories: Buying, Buying Property, House Prices, Industry News, Latest News, Uncategorized Tags: , , 2 Comments

Essential Items For Moving Into Your New Rented Room

Most people can’t afford to buy a home quite so quickly these days. With the current financial situation being screwed up it’s almost impossible to find someone to loan you the money. That means more people than ever before are … Continue reading

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Posted by: Property Blogger Categories: Home Improvement, Letting Agents, Renting, Tenants Advice Tags: , , 2 Comments

Renovating Old Properties: Know the hidden dangers

If you speak to any builder, they will tell you that when you start to knock things down ahead of renovations that you have to tread carefully. Anxiety about what is in and around the area is normal and at … Continue reading

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Posted by: Property Blogger Categories: Environment, Home Improvement, Landlords Advice, Property Advice Tags: , 5 Comments