Selling property? Presentation and approach is key.
When we are looking to sell our house, ideally, we’d all like to do it quickly, easily and for a good price.
For those of you who have taken on a renovation project, you will know that there are dark times…really dark times.
Whether you are a landlord looking to appeal to new tenants or a renter trying to make your property homelier, there are a number of ways that you can make your rental property more welcoming.
Accurately valuing a property can be hard. First, you need to take in to account how the local market is performing, and know which streets and neighbourhoods command the highest premiums.
If you’re thinking about renting or selling your property, the way to get the best return from your investment is to renovate and fixing what needs to be fixed.
January can be a good month in which to sell a property. People are starting to think about the year ahead and the marketplace is not as busy as some of the peak selling periods such as early spring.
North Wales has a lot to offer; the Snowdonia National Park, the island of Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula are areas of outstanding natural beauty and as such, constitute extremely desirable areas in which to live.