Part 3 It’s no secret that I’m not fond of New Builds or Schemes (Help to Buy, Shared Ownership etc), but during this rigmarole I was forced to eat my previous words. When you are buying a New Build they tend to be chain free. You don’t have to worry about an upper chain and […]
Part 2 When we started house hunting in March 2020 it was a ghost town. We had agents at our beck and call and were spoilt for choice. The houses that were on the market had been there for a while, no real haste and vendors were happy to get people through their doors. As […]
Part 1 In this series I will be detailing the personal experience of trying to buy & sell property throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 2 weeks ago I shared disappointing news on my Instagram I had received a week prior. My husband and I were in the process of selling our flat and buying a new […]
How to Guide: Dealing with Solicitors and ensuring your Property Purchase is dealt with in a timely manner
Over the years we have discussed putting in the ground work to ensure that your credit is up to par and you have the right processes in place to save more than you spend. We then went on to discuss the Mortgage Application process, affordability and the difference between a Mortgage Broker and going straight […]
It’s no secret that we are in a pandemic. The Government has been updating us quite frequently regarding new procedures and initiatives to help the economy and those who are going through a really hard time. One of the initiatives that was announced was the Stamp Duty holiday. This was a bid to boost Britains […]
It’s that season. Lockdown, COVID and redundancies. But it doesn’t all have to be doom and gloom. Some have found better opportunities, progressed and attained better paid jobs saving more (on travel) whilst working remotely. Others were made redundant and forced to finally kick start their passion or made huge U turns in their careers […]
Sometimes we put an irrational amount of pressure on ourselves to achieve our financial goals. When we aren’t feeling at our best, we beat ourselves up, especially when we unconsciously compare ourselves to our ‘age mates’ which at times can feel like they are winning this invisible race society has created. Make no mistake, I […]
Today we are going to be discussing something that is very close to home for me – the big commute! It’s no secret that London is the place to be in order to receive a quality salary. This tends to be because salaries incorporate the extortionate costs of zone 1-3 travel and the general cost […]
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