You say the word ‘London’ in regards to property, whether it be property to buy or rent, and you immediately know that it is associated with a high price tag. Unless you are the CEO of your corporation or a business executive you can pretty much assume that it is not going to be possible to live there as a first time buyer or even a renter, but are the Home Counties any easier?
For city-centre dwellers, an escape to the country can seem an enticing prospect. Not only does the countryside come with connotations of fresh air and wholesome living, but there’s also the compelling fact that in rural locations your money will often go a lot further.
2016 is the time to say goodbye to old trends and say hello to transforming your interiors. Whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, there are adjustments you can make to your home to create a contemporary and charming feel. If you’re searching for inspiration for the year ahead, here are the top interior trends for 2016.
If you're a landlord, you want to make sure that your property is as attractive as possible to potential tenants. You may be keen to improve your property by converting a garage into a liveable space. The idea is that you can then advertise an extra bedroom, and this could also be used as a home office or gym.