Sellers Guides 

We know selling your home can be a stressful process, so we’ve put together a selection of handy guides to give you some useful hints and tips.

First Time Sellers

Your reason for moving may vary, it could be that you want to move to a specific new location, a bigger home, a smaller home, a fixer-upper but selling your home for the first time can be extremely daunting!

Especially because you might not know the processes and it can be a little overwhelming!

Perhaps you’re in a rush to sell, perhaps you’re only thinking about selling your house and will only list it in 6 months or a year!

Whatever your unique and specific circumstances, we’ve created this guide to help you prepare to sell your first ever home!


Increase the value  of your home

With property being one of the best investments, we all want to make sure that we are adding the most value possible to our homes.

The easiest and most budget friendly way to do this is to improve what you already have.

We’ve put together a handy guide with 10 things you can do in terms of improvements and some additions that will increase the value of your house.

It’s always a great idea to get a valuation on your property before starting any upgrades and a member of our friendly team will be happy to arrange an appointment for you.


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Moving house with young children

Moving house with young children? Buying a new home is both an exciting and life changing event. Upgrading to a bigger house or just relocating to a nicer area allows us to rejuvenate and open up new chapters in our lives.

It is essential to remember however, the move itself can be a very stressful process. This is especially true for younger members of the family who will need more time to mentally prepare for such a sudden change in environment and lifestyle.

Here are our tips for a smooth transition!

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How to sell your house if you have pets

Yes, they are our loyal companions. And yes, they do offer us comfort and wellbeing when no one else can. But what if I told you that owning a pet can also severely impact the chances of selling your home?

Not everyone is so keen on our four-legged friends, and when it comes to selling a house, you can’t afford to put anyone off with a few missed stray hairs on the carpet, or an unexpected little puddlein the kitchen.

So how can you prevent these tell-tale signs I hear you ask? Well, read on to learn our top tips for selling a home with pets.


How to save for a deposit

Before you start looking for a second job, or selling all your grandmother’s collectables or living off bread and milk
only, here are a few tips on how to start saving for a deposit on a home.

Of course its not going to be easy, but you won’t have to forego all your pleasures in life in order to do so.

Firstly, you need to decide on the type of property you’re interested in buying and what you’re prepared to spend. Are you set on a certain location but flexible on the size of the property or are you set on 2 bedrooms for your growing family but you are willing to look in various areas?

Once you know your budget, you know what you’re working towards which is a lot of the hard work already out the way!

How to save for a deposit
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