At some point during the process of buying your first home, an estate agent will ask you for Proof of Funds or Proof of Deposit, as part of their buyer checks. What information should you provide?
Every First Time Buyer will face a dilemma of whether buying a house on a main road is an acceptable trade-off. Should you consider buying a house on a busy road if it ticks all your boxes and the price is good?
You have just gone on the rollercoaster of having your house offer rejected by the seller, but then accepted. What does this mean for your house purchase? It can be good or bad – depending on the situation.
Are you afraid that your cheeky offer will be laughed at? Do not be! The vast majority of property sales agreed are at lower prices than Asking Price.
Neighbours from hell can completely ruin your dreams of a perfect home. We’ve created a comprehensive step-by-step guide to researching your neighbours before buying a house or flat.
When you’re searching for a house or property to buy, you’ll be going on lots and lots of house viewings. Here’s a house viewing etiquette checklist of what to do or avoid doing when you’re doing house or flat viewings.
For many of us, price negotiations is something we’re not familiar with at all, and it is normal to struggle, as a First Time Buyer, on how to effectively negotiate for your dream first home.
Finding your perfect home is only half the battle; negotiating and paying the right price for a property is the other half. One of the key fears is overpaying for a property – so how do you avoid that?