Posts tagged with “chartered building surveyors”

Want To Know Everything About Shared Ownership?

Thursday, 30 March, 2017

Is budget a constraint for you to dream a fantastic new house? Do you think it is not possible for you to accept loans or save huge money? If yes, then shared ownership is a better solution. It is a route that gains increasing popularity throughout the UK. Ask about to any of the affordable […]

Not Getting Any Clarity About What Is There In The Property White Paper? Here Are Some Insights

Friday, 24 February, 2017

There is a big noise about the Housing White Paper released by the government recently.  Well, everybody has a different interpretation of it which leads to utter confusion.  While the government claims that the release announces reforms for planning, development and construction policy per se, property owners and brokers don’t think on the similar lines. […]

De-clutter Your House First If You Are Planning To Sell It In 2017

Wednesday, 15 February, 2017

Are you planning to move to some other place this year? Well, it is a great idea indeed if you have been living in this locality for quite some time. The world has changed tremendously in the recent past, and you also need a change.  The idea of getting relocated to some other part of […]

Welcome 2017 With Positive Hopes About The London Property Market

Wednesday, 18 January, 2017

As the year 2016 ends and people welcome the New Year with tremendous enthusiasm; isn’t it the right time to have a retrospective analysis of what did happen in the London property market last year? Look at the charts of the price ratio between the properties of London and out of London. The gap is […]

Appoint A Surveyor And Rest Assured That You Are Buying The Right Property

Thursday, 24 November, 2016

You are determined to buy a home desperately from quite some time. So many properties you saw personally or online. So many people you have discussed the matter. Finally, the great day has arrived when you found a property matching to your expectations up to the largest extent. You like the structure and architecture, and […]

Is Search Engine Ranking A Differentiating Factor For Realtors?

Wednesday, 1 June, 2016

Ways and means of running a business are changing fast, and the realty sector isn’t an exception to it. Realtors today have to touch as many potential buyers as possible to address their property needs.

Why Is 2015 A Year Of Opportunity For Realty Sector In The United Kingdom?

Friday, 29 May, 2015

Realty sector masterminds say that when the market is stable, it is incredibly difficult to find out a property of choice. Why, because there are no sellers in the market. Who would like to sell a house, villa, or commercial complex when there is stagnancy even if there are buyers? Thus, volatility of the market […]

Rapid Changing Skyline Of London Needs Special Attention For Sustaining The Charm

Friday, 15 May, 2015

London, the charming capital of the United Kingdom, possesses a glorious history. It truly depicts the inherent strengths of the British culture in the architecture. The city was a low-rise city till the last century. One or two-storied buildings with intricate carving and huge domes decorated the skyline in an elegant way. The situation changed […]

What Boosts The Value Of Your Property In London?

Wednesday, 29 April, 2015

When people look for a new house in London, a few factors they always look for.  Low crime rates, excellent transportation links, and good quality schools are to name a few. Though the cost of a house depends largely on these factors, these are not the only deciding factors in the value of a property. […]

Troubled With Down-Valuation By The Surveyor, Here Are A Few Remedies!

Saturday, 7 March, 2015

It has been quite evident that the practice of ‘down valuation’ or valuing a property below than expected and agreed price is increasing in the UK. Especially, London it is quite visible. As a result, home buyers face shortfall of mortgage that a double-sided effect.  Firstly, they get loan approval for quite less amount than […]