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How to avoid the ‘Home Alone’ stress this Christmas

KEVIN! There are not many people who have not watched Home Alone in their lifetime: the fantastic tale of how a family accidentally leave their young son Kevin at home whilst they go on a festive family holiday. Their plans of a wonderful time are ruined as they desperately try to get back and see […]

Should Landlords be worried about these new rental regulations?

Everyone should be doing their bit to help reduce the UK’s carbon footprint on the globe – yet the question is, is that burden being put too much on the shoulders of landlords with rising potential bills in the next four years? The background – the UK has obligated itself to a legally binding target […]

Are you Happy at Home this Christmas?

Christmas is a time about family, coming together with friends and family, and spending time with the ones we love. It’s a season where we hope for a greater sense of belonging, where communities come together in celebration, through their decorations and events. A time when memories are made and traditions old and new are […]

Portsmouth House Prices – The Effect of Rising Inflation

House prices tend to rise with inflation, so with the UK annual inflation hitting 4.2% last week, that’s good news, isn’t it? Yes and no – let us explain what it means for Portsmouth homeowners. The year-on-year cost of living rose by 4.2% in October, its highest rate in almost a decade. The jump in […]

Is it beginning to feel a lot like Christmas for your buyers?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and what better Christmas present can buyers receive than finding their dream home. And as they brave the elements to attend viewings they will be filled with anxious anticipation, hoping that they get that indescribable feeling that your home is the one. When it comes to preparing […]

How Will ‘Lifetime Deposits’ Change the Rental Market?

The Government’s scheduled publication of their White Paper for the Renter’s Reform Bill, which incorporates proposals to forbid Section 21 evictions and introduce ‘Lifetime Deposits’, has been suspended until 2022. The additional time is required to give a chance to create a level playing field to reforms for both landlords and tenants in the private […]

Act now if you want to sell your home in the new year

It has started – have you noticed? – there are signs that people have started to decorate their homes for the festive season. You may not be ready to hang the tinsel just yet, but if you are thinking of selling your home in the new year then you need to act now. But why? […]

Is The Portsmouth Property Market Running Out of Steam?

In recent articles on the Portsmouth property market, we have been regularly discussing house prices over the last 12 months and 5 years in Portsmouth. When it comes to newspapers talking about the property market, the headline most people look at is what is happening to house prices. However, as 2 in 3 (65.1%) of […]

How to turn your home buying dreams into a reality

House hunting brings out the dreamer in all of us, from searching the internet to flicking through home magazines, your list of needs and ideas for your next home may be never-ending.  It is very easy to see a dream turn into fantasy as the realities of what you purchase seem to know no bounds. […]

Ideas for keeping you and your home warm this winter

The weather has turned, from heaving downpours to chilly temperatures, those woolly hats and thermal coats are now becoming the norm. We know that many people are worried about keeping warm this winter with the rising cost of energy bills and as such, according to the Energy Saving Trust, four out of ten of us […]

Would You Re-Mortgage Your Home to Help Your Child onto the Property Ladder?

How far would you go to help your child get on in the world? Many parents move areas to ensure their child gets into the best primary school or fund their university costs. Many of you reading this have even helped your children with the deposit for their first home from savings. However, we have […]

Will Homeowners Face a Post-Lockdown Mortgage Rate Rise?

 With grocery, energy, and other household prices/costs rising and hitting everyone’s back pocket, inflation (rising prices) may feel like an unimportant issue when it comes to the cost of keeping a roof over your head. Yet nothing could be further from the truth for many homeowners and landlords. Because inflation over the long-term is bad […]

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