General Election: Property Reflection

The clear Conservative victory in yesterday’s election demonstrates the UK’s desire to move the UK forward. Overnight, as the predicted Conservative majority fast became reality, the pound surged against the dollar to a 19-month high, offering a further boost to the prospects of a Boris Britain. Should Boris stay true […]

What Does The 2019 General Election Mean For The Housing Market?

The past year has been anything but ordinary for the UK housing market. After a turbulent end to 2018, with Boris Johnson’s predecessor as Prime Minister facing discord from all sides, plus a delayed meaningful vote on a Brexit deal, some hoped 2019 might offer some resolution to the long-running […]

How To Sell Your House Fast In The Winter

Traditionally, winter can be a difficult time to sell your home. From bad weather discouraging people from going out to view houses, to the gloomy winter atmosphere making prospective homes look less appealing, lots of factors can put potential buyers off. Government data shows that the six colder months of […]

A brief guide to property subsidence

Subsidence is exactly what its name suggests; it’s when the ground beneath your property starts to sink and drags your home down with it. The opposite of subsidence is ground heave, which is when the ground underneath your home starts rising. Neither is desirable as both can cause structural damage […]