Whether you are buying or selling a property, the property market is constantly changing and the process can often be stressful for those involved. So let us help to guide you through the process.
Why not take a look at some of our handy downloadable advice guides, or watch one of our intelligent advice videos, giving you an overview of the property market.
Here at haart, we understand the importance of new build properties and the role they play in the property market. haart’s Land and New Homes division aims every day to deliver some of the new build properties to the England and Wales property markets.Our Favourite July New Builds
Buying and selling property can be a long and annoying process. Sellers become frustrated with always ensuring their house is looking clean and tidy, as well as organising their time around potential viewings. Buyers on the other hand get frustrated with offers being made on properties that they are yet to even view.The Benefits of an Open House (For Buyers & Sellers)
When you put your property on the market, it’s important that you do everything you can to ensure it’s as appealing as can be. A study conducted by Gocompare.com Home Insurance has shown the ten biggest turn-offs for potential buyers that you need to take into consideration.Biggest Property Viewing Turn-Offs
Each and every UK building, whether they’re up for buying or renting, must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). An EPC survey can be carried out quite easily. It’ll help you find ways to save money on bills and improve the overall efficiency of your home.Improving your EPC rating
Remortgaging is the act of moving your loan from one lender to another or negotiating a new rate with your existing lender. You might be able to find a cheaper deal elsewhere, letting you save a bit more each month and pay it off faster. Or you could extend the length of your mortgage, allowing you to pay less each month (but taking longer to pay off completely and paying more interest over the length of your mortgage).The Difficulties of Remortgaging