For many people, buying a dream home in the country means falling in love with the classic picture postcard look. Timber-framed thatched cottages may epitomise the quintessential English countryside home – but these types of homes don't come without challenges. If you have your heart set on one of these historic beauties, you need your head to be equally engaged. Read this blog post HERE by The Guild of Property Professionals to find out more.
Several factors need to be kept in check when you are letting a property. Letting a home involves a lot of preparation and requirements that the landlord must fulfil. Take a look at this helpful Guide written by the Guild of Property Professionals to help you through letting your property and for further advice, contact our Head of Lettings, Harriet Eccles, as she would be more than happy to give you her expert advice after over 25 years of successfully helping and guiding landlords let their properties.
Whether you live in a city flat, a suburban semi, or a country cottage, your home is your castle. It’s your base camp and your sanctuary, the one place where you and your family feel safe and secure. But in order to keep it that way, it’s worth keeping your wits about you. Did you know that nearly half of all break-ins are unplanned and take place in the spur of the moment? Read more here to discover five affordable common sense tips from the Guild of Property Professionals for keeping your home secure.
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