Looking for some advice about all things property related? The property market can be immensely confusing for first time buyers, so why not seek some free advice? Whether you’re buying, selling, renting or something in between, maybe it’s wise to have a look at what the top property bloggers on the market are saying about….well, the market.
With mortgage providers set to loan even less money than last year, and more people looking for alternative accommodation first time buyers are struggling more than ever to get their foot in the door. One of the would-be-buyers ‘Rentergirl’ provides a witty insight into her experiences and observations on her popular blog.
Find Renter Girl’s blog here
The man behind this blog, passionate Neil Grimshaw, is a first time developer from Huddersfield. If you’re contemplating getting involved in a self-build project then perhaps his site is worth a look, if only to remind you to exercise caution in your endeavor! He takes you on a step by step guide to self-builds.
Find The Self Build Diary blog here
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An insightful blog from a lady by the name of Tracy Kellett – an experienced home finder from the South East of England. She advises readers on house selling techniques, she offers some great advice for those home hunting.
Find the Buying Agent’s blog here
Although economists say the property market is very much in recovery following the credit crunch, many families are still forced to take in lodgers. HMO landlady shares her experiences of renting out 15 homes in only 3 properties to students, traders and travelers.
Find the HMO Landlady blog here
Got Some Insights Into Property?
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