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    London & Country

    1 week ago

    What happens to my mortgage when I move home?

    If you're planning to move to a new property, it's important to understand your mortgage options and any possible extra charges you might face so you can factor these in to your moving costs. Here's what you need to know...

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    TPFG

    2 months ago

    Top 5 tips for getting your home ready for summer

    With the Beast from the East having moved on to it's next target, Britons are rightfully turning their attentions to the light evenings of spring. And with the chill subsiding, March can be a great time to spruce up the areas of your home...

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    Guest Blogger

    2 months ago

    Top ways to damp proof your property this year

    Sorting out damp issues in a property might not be top of your list of priorities to sort out this year, however, there are several reasons why it should be - especially if you are buying or selling a property.

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    TPFG

    4 months ago

    Preparing for GDPR: 7 steps to consider

    The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on May 25th 2018 and will almost certainly impact on how estate agencies collect key data from clients, whether it's in branch, on the phone or via portals.

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    London & Country

    1 year ago

    Mortgage price war intensifies

    Mortgage rates have been competitive for months thanks to the record low Bank of England Base Rate, but recent weeks have seen several lenders launch their lowest ever rates.

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    Hazel de Kloe

    1 year ago

    Competition Time!

    Hazel de Kloe has had this one in the pipeline for a while, a competition with a fantastic prize for all landlords. Read on for more.

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    Guest Blogger

    1 year ago

    7 ways to damp proof your property

    Damp is a major concern for many home owners and is one of the most frequent problems that we face with properties. Damp can lead to severe structural damage if not treated. Timberwise explain how you can avoid it.

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