With recent figures stating that Londoners are increasingly choosing to leave the Capital, getting the right commuter spot has never been so important.
For our latest piece of property advice, we look at the potential of downsizing, and why Vivo may work for you if you are looking to relocate to a cosier abode.
In the next part of our London commuter town series, we take a look at the top places to live in the beautiful home county of Surrey.
Your bathroom is your oasis. Given the choice, this is a space we all want to enjoy a luxurious setting to help us unwind.
In the first part of our London commuter towns series, we take a look at the popular commuting county of Kent.
In order to sell your house fast, it is becoming an increasingly popular choice for homeowners to use fast property buyers such as Vivo, especially if their house sale has fallen through.
It may have come out of the blue or is something you have always dreamed of, but relocating is a major life event, one full of adventure and new opportunities.
As a nation, with an ever-growing population and the competition for space becoming increasingly fierce, we are being forced to reassess our traditional conception of property design.
When we reach the colder, wetter months of the year it is really important that we make sure our homes are as flood proofed as possible to avoid extensive destruction.
Recently, we ran a nationwide property survey hoping to explore people’s perceptions of the fast property buying industry and the house selling process.
In this day and age, new, problem-solving inventions are abundant, particularly when it comes to kitchen gadgets.
Selling your home can be tough and there is often a lot of hidden costs with house sales. Up until recently, there has been only one way to sell your home – via an estate agent.
As property buyers, we help people sell their house fast. And because of this we view a lot of properties, therefore we have a trained eye to spot any potential property pitfalls and hidden house dangers.
Much to everyone’s displeasure, summer is sadly over. So farewell to the days of flip flops and shorts, barbecues in the garden and counting sheep with those lovely, long summer nights.