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Buying a property is a massive commitment, and one that could affect your economic status and the quality of your life for decades to come. So it’s incredibly important to make sure that you’re making the right choice before you commit to a sale. There are some common major issues that arise in buildings, all of which should make you pause and reassess before considering moving ahead to make an offer: here are some of the most common. As with any issues that you’re unsure of when it comes to buying a home, your estate agent is an invaluable source of expertise and advice, so don’t hesitate to give them a call.

Looking to rent out your property? A host of benefits await you, including a stable income from your property investment. Unless you’re lucky enough to have an excess of time on your hands, and are already well versed in the property market that you’re planning to let within, a letting agent is the sensible choice. They’ll save you the stress of advertising your property in the right channels to reach the audience most likely to engage with what you’re offering, and take care of securing a tenant and managing the property on an ongoing basis.

It is widely accepted that a stylish, well-designed kitchen can help sell a home. A chic, practical and aesthetically pleasing kitchen can help make or break a sale or a rental contract and generally improve the living standards of a home. If you are looking to sell or rent a property this year, then modernising the kitchen could be a shrewd move. To ensure your new kitchen is at the height of fashion, take a look at the following kitchen design trends for 2017.

2016 was an unsettled year for the housing market, with the unexpected Brexit bombshell causing widespread doubt about the political and economic future of the country. Add the major changes in stamp duty introduced in April, and the climate was one of indecision and insecurity. With the New Year on the way, the movers and shakers of the property market are starting to forecast what might be in store for 2017. Here’s some of what they’ve come up with so far.

New research has revealed that landlords are usually much better off when they operate though a letting agent, despite recent concerns that the costs of doing so might rise to a point where it ceases to be financially viable. Those fears certainly seem to be unfounded as the recent research shows that letting agents can actually save landlords almost £2,000 a year. Plus it’s not just financially that landlords feel the benefit of letting agents.

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