Top Tips To Make International Removals Easier

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If you’re preparing to embark on an international journey – whether you’re settling overseas for good or planning to return in the not too distant future – you’re going to need help. Quite a lot of help, in fact. But don’t worry, after all the planning, hard work, re-planning and more hard work, it’ll all […]

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Moving Home: Why Have A Survey?

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A lot goes into buying a house. Whether you’re a first time buyer or a someone who’s about to move for the fifteenth time, each move, each house and each seller is different. Before the final preparations can be complete, it stands to reason that you’ll want assurance that your new home is right for […]

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5 Ways To Declutter Your Home


Often, it won’t be until you decide to sell your home that you realise just how much stuff you’ve collected over the years. It can be quite the eye-opener! Once you start to analyse all your belongings, you’ll likely find that you can make do without a fair chunk of it. Whether you’ve just started […]

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What Will Happen to Property Prices in 2018?


If you’re planning to move home during 2018, now is a useful time to take stock of the housing market and see what the next 12 months might have in store for property prices here in the UK. What trends can be expected? Will asking prices remain steady or face a sharp increase? These are […]

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5 Ways To Improve Your Home’s Kerb Appeal


5 Ways To Improve Your Home’s Kerb Appeal Selling a home is all about image. You’re marketing your property, so making a good first impression is invaluable. Viewers will make a judgement on a property before they even step foot inside, so if the outside of your house looks scruffy or unwelcoming, they’re less likely […]

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What Are The Different Council Tax Bands?

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As we’re sure you’re aware, moving home isn’t the simplest process. Costs can pile up during every stage of the move, and the more you have to arrange the harder it is to budget and plan effectively. One key thing you should always keep in mind is what council tax band your new home will […]

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Moving Your Garden – Is It a Thing?

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Usually, when you think about house removals, you think about dismantling your furniture and packing up all your belongings in as many boxes as you can get your hands on. But what do you do about the outside of your home? There are plenty of plants, pots, furniture and equipment you might want to take […]

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Moving to a Bungalow

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The housing market is flush with choice; no matter what kind of home you’re after there’s bound to be something out there for you. While many homebuyers already have a firm image of the kind of home they’d like to own, it would be a shame to completely overlook a property as unique as a […]

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Tips for Moving House in Later Life

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Downsizing is common for elderly homeowners, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy thing to do. Moving home is daunting for just about anyone, and it typically only gets tougher with age. If you have a loved one who is preparing to move home, showing them support and helping them make the difficult transition will […]

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10 Ways to Add Value to Your Home

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House value doesn’t have to be a static number. There are a wide array of factors that can influence your house value, some aren’t under your control, but others are. In this article we’re looking at 10 ways you can add value to your home, just in time for that all important sale. Fix up […]

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