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.
We're enjoying the glorious view towards the peak of the Sugar Loaf in the Brecon Beacons on this sun filled World Earth Day. What are you up to?
Are you looking to buy a flat, either for your own use as a home or as a buy-to-let investment? Flats including apartments and maisonettes are generally sold on a leasehold basis, and the length of the remaining lease has a big impact on the property value. The price of a short lease property, therefore, may be appealing. However, before you go ahead with the purchase of a short lease flat, it is highly recommended that you do your homework to fully understand the legal and financial implications you are taking on. Read this GUIDE to buying a flat on a short lease and if you have any questions, contact us for further advice.
Taylor & Co, 24 Lion Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 5NT
Tel: 01873 564424 | Email: email@example.com