The first question you’ll ask yourself when planning to buy a home is what amount of deposit do you need to save?

When it comes to moving home, you are probably more focused on what you want from your new house rather than thinking about the sale of your old house. But it is important to make sure that your old house is shown in its best light to get a good sale. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you prepare beforehand.

No one likes to get stuck in a situation they do not like and we certainly hate the feeling that something isn’t right with a decision we have made. Sometimes, it is not the fact that they are inefficient, it may be because you would rather use another method of sale.

It might seem impossible, but there are ways to help you pay your mortgage off earlier than planned.

Is your home ticking all the boxes for would-be buyers? Here are the top features they value above all else.

When it comes to deciding whether you should improve your existing home or take the next step in moving, this decision can sometimes be a difficult one to make. It is something that a lot of homeowners are currently facing particularly when there are more stagnant periods in the housing market. Below, we have highlighted what you may need to look into in order to make the right decision.

These are two schemes that are aimed at helping people get onto the property ladder. They are available to those that would not otherwise be able to purchase a house on the open market. However, many people get confused about the differences between the two, so we take a look at which scheme could be right for you.

Which season will ensure that buyers come flocking to view your home?

Finding the right time to buy, and dealing with all the hassle that comes along with the purchase – will buying in the UK ever get any easier?

Tenants move out of their current rental due to various reasons. Some of these reasons are out of their control, while others are a matter of personal preference. Here are five of the most common reasons why renters choose to move on.

Being proactive means thinking and acting ahead. Not only is it a great method for avoiding more work down later on, it can also be extremely important for averting problems. To be proactive, you need to start taking action, embracing your responsibility, and controlling your responses. Follow this guide for tips to help you stay ahead and have and a much more proactive outlook.

When it comes to renting a property from a landlord, there should be a section in your tenancy agreement that stipulates you are responsible for paying council tax, along with other utility bills and services for the property. Throughout this guide we have highlighted the simple principles around council tax and what you need to know about it.