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.
We recently added an outside office to our home to allow us to separate our work space from our family living areas and we have found it has helped us to have a better home/work balance.
With the changes in stamp duty in April 2016 and Britain voting to leave the EU, the stage is set for a 2016 with dampened house prices. Uncertainty in the UK economy internationally and domestically has made many people uneasy about making investment decisions.
We’ll be adding a personal touch to our regular Vivo property advice this month.
The kitchen is often regarded as the heart of the home, meaning it is really important that it’s a room you are proud to show off. Whether it’s cooking a Sunday roast for your family or enjoying some wine on a Friday with your friends, the kitchen is social hub filled with love.
As fast property buyers we often buy houses to help people in difficult situations, which can sometimes be financially related.
As spring becomes summer, gardens are starting to come into full bloom and sun hats are replacing our umbrellas.
With the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro only a few months away, it takes us back to the summer of 2012 when London did such an amazing job of hosting the event.
Here at Vivo, we understand that living in London isn’t for everyone. It can be busy, expensive, and often quite stressful. As a property buying company we meet lots of people looking to sell quickly in London and relocate to quieter climes, with seaside destinations often a hot favourite.
As spring approaches in the property industry, the age old debate arises; when is the best time to sell a house? Just like the weather, the property industry is affected by seasonality, there are some months where houses sell much faster than others, with more buyers on the market.
Moving house is a big step in your life. You will naturally have a lot of emotional attachments to where you call ‘home’ and transporting all your possessions in a single day can be hectic, busy and often stressful. But fear not, Vivo Property Buyers are here to help.
In an age where the property market fluctuates on a weekly basis, it can sometimes be near impossible to decide whether or not you should rent or buy your next house.
When it comes to moving house and buying and selling properties, we know that everyone is different; while some may wish to move closer to family, others may be looking to start afresh somewhere new.
Property buyers and sellers are notorious for using jargon in order to sell homes quickly and, understandably, it can get rather confusing – but we’ve got it sussed!
House prices, a key driver of the UK’s consumer economy, are continually fluctuating and remain somewhat of an obsession, with more homeowners tempted to learn the value of their property and sell their house quickly. So what will happen next in the property market? Vivo Property Buyers’ founder, Rupert Beak, reveals his predictions for 2015.