Huge mistakes you can make when choosing an estate agent in Cheadle
July 27, 2021
Planning ahead: selling properties with permission granted
July 26, 2021
Getting planning permission for work on a property you are looking to sell may sound counterintuitive but it could have its advantages. We look at whether obtaining planning permission can make a property more alluring to would-be buyers and add value to your home in our Q&A blog.
Adding shade to your garden this summer
July 19, 2021
Deciding to add a form of shade to your garden can prolong the amount of time you can sit outside comfortably – and provide somewhere to entertain even if there’s a sharp summer downpour. What type of shade you opt for will depend on your aim, approach to building work and budget.
Can I sell my buy-to-let with tenants in place?
July 12, 2021
While signing tenants up for more than 12 months sounds like a good way to guarantee rental income, what happens if the landlord needs to sell their property?
5 ways to embrace friluftsliv – the Nordic love of outdoor living
July 5, 2021
Even if you’re not a fan of following interior fads, Covid has forced many of us to entertain outside, and friluftsliv can also reduce stress and boost wellbeing, so why stay inside?
Cheadle Property Market Update June 2021
July 4, 2021
Is summer a good time to sell?
June 28, 2021
What is a travel agent’s loss may be the property industry’s gain, as more Brits look to buy and sell in the traditionally quieter summer months. There are a number of reasons why 2021 is different, so if you’re sitting on the fence over the matter of selling your property, read on.
7 places to start when baby proofing your home
June 21, 2021
Some parents may have to adapt their grown-up interior style to accommodate small people – especially leading up to when babies start crawling and walking. We bring you our quick guide to baby proofing a new home, bearing in mind that small people are quick, inquisitive and unpredictable.
Your first shop when you move out
June 14, 2021
If your first night involves a take-away and a bottle of wine that your new neighbours gifted you, you may wake up the next morning to bare cupboards and an awareness of what you took for granted when living in the family home. Here’s our guide to your first shop.
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