We know that moving house can be a stressful process as it is, but as soon as you have a pet, whether it’s a dog, a cat or a bunny, it becomes even more stressful.
Buying a new home is likely to be the most expensive purchase any of us will ever make in our lifetimes, and it can take more than cutting out a few non-essentials such as take-away coffee and avocado toast to save some pennies for a deposit.
Moving house is a very exciting time, if a little stressful on the odd occasion, and there’s nothing quite like stepping over the threshold of your new home for the very first time, knowing that it’s all yours, starting a new life somewhere else.
Moving home is one of the most stressful things we will ever have to do and is something that has been compounded by the uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, even with the current circumstances, house removals in East London and elsewhere can be made easier by following these top tips.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made many of us reconsider various elements of our lives. Where we’re living is naturally one of them, as well as what features our homes have.
A recent study carried out by financial advisors Unbiased has revealed that homeowners who complete their sales and move before the Stamp Duty Holiday deadline of 31 March 2021 could save, on average, £2,000.
One interesting development arising as a result of the pandemic and lockdown restrictions keeping us all at home for four months or so is that many people are now keen to move house, with 24 per cent saying they’re considering relocating in the next couple of years.
For first-time buyers, everything about finding and buying your perfect can be difficult. Thankfully, there are many apps that are designed for property hunters to make the process a little less stressful, while providing a wealth of information to help you find and move into your ideal new home.
When planning to relocate, it’s important to research an area well before committing to a house purchase, as you’ll need to make sure it’s the right place for you… and a big part of that will involve looking into stats on the likes of crime, so you know your choice of location is safe for you.
The property market was one of the many industries that was forced to shut down during the coronavirus pandemic, with estate agents unable to show viewers around homes, removal companies unable to work, and conveyancers unable to carry out surveys.