How to Estimate the Value of Your Home in Harrow

Posted on Thursday, September 3, 2020

If you’re looking to sell your home in Harrow, the first question you might have is, ‘how much is my home in Harrow actually worth?’ Technically, the answer is whatever someone is willing to pay for it, but that answer may not be satisfactory, because you have to put a price on your property once it is listed for sale and you don’t want to undervalue it. The answer you’re probably looking for is what the value is, based on the market, or what an estate agent says. But why not also calculate it yourself to see if it compares? If you know the value of your own home, it puts you in a better position to sell, as well as refinance or tap into the equity of your home. It also helps you understand your financial health overall, and if you’re selling your home, it can determine the kind of new home you can purchase on your budget. Here are some tips on how to find your home’s value.

How to Move Home in Harrow Stress Free

Posted on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

According to a recent survey, 60%* of Brits have put off looking for a new home purely because of the pressures involved with the moving process. Furthermore, 34% said that they had suffered severe anxiety as a result of their last move and 65% experienced sleeping problems. However, it doesn’t have to be such a terrible ordeal. Moving home in Harrow should, and can, be an exciting time. A chance to start afresh, seek out new opportunities and make your new property your own.

What Is The Green Energy Grant And How To Claim It

Posted on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

As part of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s summer statement, green energy grants up to a possible £10,000 will be available from September in order to pay for green home improvements such as a new boiler, loft insulation or double glazing. 

Travelling Abroad - Can I Get Insurance?

Posted on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Foreign Office advice against all non-essential travel was lifted last month, meaning holiday plans for many are now in the offing as people seek sunshine and a change in environment. Despite travel rules being relaxed, plenty of individuals remain concerned around travel insurance and coronavirus implications, should they be affected whilst on holiday.

What Does The Stamp Duty Cut Mean For Landlords?

Posted on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The buy to let sector has seen a tremendous amount of change over the past few years in order to help rebalance the property market, with key pieces of legislation such as the Tenant Fees Act and the recent Electrical Safety Standards regulations. The changes to stamp duty will go some way to reigniting the buy-to-let market and offers landlords a tremendous opportunity to make the most of the tax changes.

Landlords - How To Avoid The Dreaded Void Periods

Posted on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

All landlords at some point will experience the unfortunate situation of having void periods, hopefully not for any protracted periods. Read a few our tips which could help you to avoid these situations, or at least reduce them to a minimum. 

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