Whether you’re selling your home, looking to buy one, or both, everyone can agree on one thing; you want it to be as quick and stress-free as possible. Sadly, in the property market, agreeing on things isn’t that easy.
As experienced fast property buyers, we have met a wide variety of homeowners looking to sell their home fast for a number of reasons, including those who have become ‘accidental landlords’. While the term itself may seem strange, it is a growing trend amongst homeowners in the UK.
As specialist fast property buyers, we come across many people who are looking to sell their house quickly, within only a couple of weeks, due to a wide variety of reasons. Here, we explain property chain terminology and share how we can help if you are involved in a broken property chain.
While most of our customers choose to sell their house fast to us for convenience and peace of mind, we have also recognised that we’re a great solution for those going through a difficult time, particularly when a property has been inherited.
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. But firstly: What is downsizing? In the property world, ‘downsizing’ is the act of moving from a larger property to a smaller home.
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 of proud homeowners, the prospect of house repossession is rather distressing. Getting onto the property ladder is hard work and often requires lots of planning, saving, and a bit of luck.
Losing a loved one is hard, whether it’s a partner, friend or relative – and that’s before the complex bureaucratic and financial issues.
We understand that going through a divorce can be a difficult time for all involved, and amongst everything that’s going on, deciding what to do with your marital home can be tough. A house isn’t just bricks and mortar.