A lot of people struggle with the cost of owning a home. Property provides one of the biggest financial burdens people face in their lifetime, with many people stretching themselves to be able to afford to put a roof over their heads. The cost doesn’t end when you get the keys either – indeed, this is just the ‘end of the beginning’, given the ongoing cost of paying a mortgage and footing the bill for any repairs required.
When you inherit a property, it’s easy to feel confused about what you need to do. Clearly, this will come at an emotional moment after a close loved one has passed away and many people feel daunted about the prospect and managing their financial affairs at this tough time.
Selling a house can be a daunting task, particularly for those who have never experienced the process before. It can be overwhelming to think about all the tasks that need to be done and when they need to be carried out.
Re-decorating your home is a great way to make your property stand out from the crowd if you are looking to sell – however, this could easily end up costing hundreds of pounds and take a lot of time to complete. Could there be a way to re-design your home while keeping the cost down?
With house prices constantly rising more than a Paul Hollywood sponge cake, the phrase 'Speculate to Accumulate' has never been more relevant. So, the questions is - are you adding extra value to your home before you sell up?
Buying a property is one of the biggest decisions we will make in our lifetimes. So what happens if the worst comes to the worst and you’re not sure that you made the right decision?
Buying and selling a property can be an entirely confusing process. Property is, for most of us, the highest value asset we will ever own. So, when it comes to selling (or indeed buying) the pressure is on to ‘get it right’. This is not helped by the confusing language used in property transaction. Here at We Buy Any Home, we’re fans of keeping it simple. So, here’s our helpful guide to some of the most commonly used terms...
Inheriting a property, whether you’re already a homeowner or not, can be hugely overwhelming. When you’ve lost a loved one the last thing you want to think about is how to work out what to do with the home they’ve left behind.
When you’re selling a home you’ll quickly realise that it’s vital to get all of your paperwork in order. One important document that you need to have, by law, is the Energy Performance Certificate, or EPC.
More than 95% of house hunters start their search online and as many as 1,000 homes are added to agents’ websites each week. Up to 4% of all homes are now sold exclusively through online agents - a gradual change perhaps but clearly now an important one for the property sale industry.
We could all do without some hassle in our lives. At We Buy Any Home we pride ourselves on taking the hassle out of the process of selling your home. But, you might ask, what exactly is the problem with selling your home the traditional way?