Not every buyer will take 15 minutes on a property they intend to live in or own for a very long time. Some will take their time looking for red flags, oversights and other shortcomings.

Buying and selling a house can be a very stressful time. This is particularly true when you are in a chain.

During your house hunting quest, chances are you will only see a given house at its best; perfectly organised, expertly staged, and clean. This gives you a perfect picture that lures you into buying the house; however, you might be missing a lot; recurrent water problems, rat and termite infestations, past flooding cases, etc. These are the things that eventually cost you a lot.

When it comes to moving home, you are probably more focused on what you want from your new house rather than thinking about the sale of your old house. But it is important to make sure that your old house is shown in its best light to get a good sale. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you prepare beforehand.

We often have lofty ideas for our properties when they are on sale and while this is not such a bad thing, these ideas might not pan out as we planned.

Whether you are looking to rent out your perfectly located apartment or entering the buy-to-let market, you are in for a whirlwind of legal responsibilities.

Commencing duties as a landlord is a daunting task. There is a bewildering amount of legislation and best practices to keep up with. While you are busy making sure things are going nicely, it’s easy to overlook things coming your way and keeping up to speed with the latest changes in landlord legislation.