How to Support Your Local Food Bank

The cost of living crisis is affecting more people than ever, and sadly, it’s set to get worse, as more and more households are turning to food banks to supplement their supplies. Research by the Trussell Trust – a support network for food banks across the UK – found that 2.1 million emergency parcels were…

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Top Tips for Successful Property Inspections

We’ve all heard the horror stories about nightmare tenants who trash a rental property, leaving the landlord up to their neck in repair bills and legal costs. Or maintenance issues that were left and became problematic. Thankfully, there are ways landlords can minimise these risks and one key strategy is to conduct regular inspections. Landlords…

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Tips for Marketing Your Home to Families

When it comes to devising a marketing strategy to sell your home, the first step is establishing your target buyer. For example, if you’re selling a slick, minimalist penthouse studio, there’s no prizes for guessing that your target will be young professional buyers. But if it’s a house or garden flat that you’re bringing to…

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Nifty High-Tech Gadgets for Your Home

The world’s richest entrepreneurs may be obsessed with building fancy spaceships, but we’re more interested in tech that makes everyday life easier. Thankfully, there is an array of useful new household gadgets on the market. Here are four of the best. Robo-mop With iRobot’s Braava Jet M6, you’ll never have to mop up spilt milk…

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How to Market Your Home to Downsizers

Downsizers are emerging as increasingly influential players in the property market, with a growing number of over-55s selling up and buying less expensive properties. Last year, 181,000 people downsized* – the highest number in five years (source: Hamptons, 2021). Why downsizers are important Downsizers help keep the property market ticking over as they tend to…

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