In this month's edition, we explore is it still location, location, location? Before sharing with you, key questions you should ask your buyer.
We take a look at buying to become a short-let landlord and top home improvements you can make this summer.
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Faced with the prospect of a lockdown-free summer, buyers are anxious to move quickly, resulting in record numbers paying over asking price to secure their dream property.
With leading experts predicting that the house buying frenzy is here to stay, is location still as key as it used to be for buyers?
Finding the right buyer can save you time, energy and disappointment.
Here are the top five questions you need to ask before accepting an offer.
With a lack of certainty on travel restrictions, many Brits are planning to vacation closer to home this summer, giving investors the opportunity to break into the short-let market.
Over the last 18 months, the number of Brits undertaking DIY projects and renovations has jumped significantly, as we found new ways to pass our time in lockdown and improve our living situations.
But, which home improvements have the biggest impact to your property's value?
Cambridge Heights, Flax Bourton
A luxury five-bedroom BRAND NEW detached home of c2871 SQFT including double oak-framed car port and c0.3 of an acre plot. Set amongst an exclusive development of other luxury four and five-bedroom family homes with generous plots.
Guide Price £1,200,000
Royal York Crescent, Clifton Village
'Royal York Crescent is a major residential street in Clifton, Bristol. It overlooks much of the docks, and much of the city can be seen from it. It also joins Clifton Village at one end. It is one of the most expensive streets in the city.