Pet Easter Gifts As you start creating Easter baskets for your kids, don’t forget to make one for your four-legged friends. Putting together a bunch of Easter gifts for your pet is a great and fun way to celebrate the holiday and a great excuse to spoil them. Unfortunately, a lot of treats, decoration and flowers from around… Continue Reading
How to: Property Photographs Whether you are a beginner or a photography professional, we have put together some basic tips that will help you get the best images of your property. Camera equipment You don't need a professional camera to take good quality photographs of your home. You can simply use a modern smart phone with a high-quality camera… Continue Reading
Virtual Valuations Introducing Virtual Valuations! Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, we are doing all we can to help stop the spread of this virus. To keep our staff and clients safe, we are introducing a new way of valuing. We can conduct a full valuation of your property via video call, at a time and… Continue Reading
Spring Decluttering Tips from Marie Kondo Japanese decluttering expert Marie Kondo has 6 basic rules; Commit yourself to tidying up. Imagine your ideal lifestyle. Finish discarding first. Tidy by category, not location. Follow the right order. Ask yourself, does it spark joy? Here's Kondo's advice on those obstacles that keep some of us buried in clutter. Space Don’t blame the size… Continue Reading
Is Spring the Best Time to Sell Your Home? There are many myths as to when the best seasonal time to sell is, but it is important to remember that each neighbourhood and each home is different. Of course, the time of year can play a significant role in the time it could take to sell your house. Is there actually an optimum season… Continue Reading
Five Common Mistakes First Time Buyers Should Try To Avoid Buying a home is one of the most exciting life experiences, however it can be one of the most stressful times of your life. We have compiled a list of the 5 most common mistakes that first time buyers should try to avoid. 1. Becoming financially stranded before you even begin Keep in mind that… Continue Reading
How has Brexit impacted the UK so far? Although the UK will no longer be a part of the EU, it will continue to trade and adhere to rules as if it still was. The transition period is in place to give the UK and EU time to negtoiate a trade deal of which the direct effects will not be felt until 2021… Continue Reading
childrens bedroom Interior Design | Children’s Bedrooms They Can’t Outgrow When decorating your child’s bedroom, a space that will serve them for the long run is the most ideal and practical choice. Think good quality, timeless and of course, functionality. Whether you want to opt for a gender-specific or gender-neutral theme you need to think about strategies to design a bedroom your children can’t outgrow.… Continue Reading
How to get your Home Ready to Sell If you are looking to sell your home, there are a few factors to consider. It is vital to remember that not everyone that comes to view your property has the same emotional attachment to it as you do. Therefore, if you really want to sell your home you must step into the shoes of… Continue Reading
sustainability Top Tips to Enjoy a Sustainable Spring Spring is almost here and it has never been easier to integrate sustainable actions into your spring activities. Here are a few tips for enjoying a sustainable spring. Gardening Plant vegetables & flowers Spring flowers are a lovely addition to your garden after the bleak winter months, not only will they look beautiful as they… Continue Reading
interior The Pointless Home Improvements That Won’t Add Value – So Why Bother? Many homeowners often assume that extensive upgrades and renovations will add more value to their home. In some cases, improvements may even act as a detriment when the property goes on the market. The real question is; will taking on expensive and disruptive be worth it? Will the work impact the value of your house?… Continue Reading
How to Improve The Look of Your Garden This Spring Spring is almost here and as wintertime is due to come to an anticipated end it’s time to assess the damage it has caused to your garden. Restore your gardens former glory by proactively working on it come early March. The sooner you begin the sooner your beautiful flowers and vegetables will begin to grow. The… Continue Reading
Lemon Drizzle Pancakes | #Pancakeday In honour of #PancakeDay it is only fair to indulge in a stack of our heavenly lemon drizzle pancakes, inspired by one of the nations' favourite classic bakes, it's a crowd favourite! Whether you're having pancakes for breakfast, lunch or as an after dinner treat, check out this delicious, easy to make recipe! Ingredients 200g… Continue Reading
Marie Kondo’s Top Tips For Tidying Are you thinking of having out a clear out and starting the new decade a fresh? If so, Marie Kondo is on hand to share her top tips on the art of tidying and decluttering... Make sure there is a place for everything Start off by simply labelling baskets and boxes, it truly is as… Continue Reading
Rightmove Records Its Highest Ever January Price Rise The housing market is springing back into life after December's election result gave home owners much-needed stability.   There has been an average asking price rise of 2.3% (+£6,785) over the past 4 weeks, making this the the biggest ever surge reported by Rightmove. The figure is based on almost 65,000 properties marketed between December… Continue Reading