As for knowing the steps involved in buying a property it may seem obvious to some but we at The Naked London , don’t ever assume anyone knows everything at all because that is where the simplest mistakes get made.
The desperation and absurdity of school catchment areas in London has reached boiling point leaving you trapped by that straight line from your house to the schools front door.
With data showing that 27% of houses falling through post an offer, the nerves and needs for sellers to move quickly to new homes knowing they have a guaranteed sale grows daily.
In 1st century BC, Publilius Syrus wrote: “Something is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it”. Never has this statement been more true than in the context of house buying.
The first question, any estate agent will ask you when an offer is accepted is, who is your solicitor. We are hearing estate agents now using statements such as i.e. “let’s not celebrate a sale till we reach completion date”
This may seem obvious, however without tradesmen present, during your first viewings, the following tips can help to get a good idea of any modernisation work involved from the outset
So, what is a homebuyer’s survey and do we really need one before we buy a property? There are many conflicting views surrounding homebuyer’s surveys as we cover here.
This article delves into the useful tools in rightmove.co.uk, so you can fully understand how to utilise the site when property searching.
The reason this next article covers estate agents and no chain buyers, is that they are the first starting point for many people who begin the house/flat hunting journey and this is your first advantage point.
It’s a very important question we needed to ask ourselves, because why, would we buy a home, when renting gives us flexibility and non of the stress of maintaining a home?