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First impressions count

We all know first impressions count, especially when it comes to selling our homes. One of the key elements, of course, is the front door and so spending some time (and money) on it before putting your home on the market is more than worthwhile.

Truedor’s brand ambassador and TV architect, George Clarke gives you his top five tips on making the most of an entrance’s appeal:

Clean ... read full article

Mortgage costs are rising


In the wake of last month’s base rate rise, most of the lenders have now responded by pushing up their own rates, but not all of them by as much as 0.25%. Most tracker deals have gone up by the full amount, but five year fixed rates have, typically, risen by around 0.2%. The picture is a more mixed one for lender’s standard variable rates - Tesco Bank, for exa ... read full article

Stamp duty reduced for first time buyers

Over the last month or so there have been a number of significant developments in the housing market; first there was the base rate rise, followed shortly afterwards by the stamp duty reduction for first time buyers and a pledge to build 300,000 new homes a year. It has led to a degree of speculation over the effect it will all have on the housing market.

As was reported last month, si ... read full article

Why do we choose our homes?

When we decide to buy a house, it’s mostly because we have fallen in love with it. That’s what 56% of us say, anyway, according to a survey from conveyancing specialists MyHomeMove. For women, the numbers are even higher, at 59%!

There is no doubt, that the ‘right’ house does generate a strong emotional response. When people were asked what it was that produced it, 58% of people said it w ... read full article

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas

Christmas, is nearly upon us. It seems like the shops have been stocking and re-stocking those shelves for months, but now time is really running out to find those last few presents to make sure everyone gets what they want when the big day arrives.

How did we ever manage Christmas shopping before the internet? It really does seem, sometimes, that life will stop after Christmas day; th ... read full article

Base rate could go up in November


Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, has issued yet another warning that the base rate will shortly rise, saying,

"If the economy continues on the track that it's been on, and all indications are that it is, in the relatively near term we can expect that interest rates will increase."

He also gave strong hints that any rises would be ... read full article