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How To Make Your Property More Energy Efficient

We know that if we reduce our energy consumption, we reduce our energy costs and as energy prices continue to climb the amount saved can be substantial.

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The Demand of Homes for Sale

According to Rightmove there was a 225,000 shortfall in homes available for sale in the first half of 2021 meaning demand outweighed supply.

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Pre-Action plan for Landlords and Tenants

The Coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of hardships over the last 16 months and this has been especially true for landlords and tenants with many landlords not receiving rent on their properties and tenants unable to pay their rent due to furlough or job losses.

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Sticking With It

With the stamp duty holiday ending, it has been suggested that 96% of buyers still plan on sticking with their property purchase even if they miss the deadline.

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How To Get The Show Home Look

Getting your home ready for sale can be daunting, especially when your home will be up for sale against brand new houses.

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Prizes to Properties

While the average price of a property across England and Wales has risen by 10% since 2019, at £35 million the total prize pot for Wimbledon is 11% lower.

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5 Delicious Summer Recipes

If youre feeling a little adventurous now that Summer is here and the weather is warmer, changing what you cook can be a delicious way to start off the new season. While Winter is great for those traditional bubbling stews and hearty soups, Summer is exactly the right time to put away your slow cooker and switch to something bold and exciting.

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House Price Growth Sees Highest Level Since 2017

We take a look at the continuing housing market momentum.

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Debt Respite Scheme to Freeze Enforcement Action

Sometimes, through no fault of their own, people can get into debt, certainly the various lockdowns and increased redundancies during the Covid pandemic have led to many people slipping into debt.

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Wales Property Boom

Since lockdown started to ease last year the property market, throughout the 4 nations of the UK, has seen a boom. None more so than Wales, however, which has enjoyed a massive 10.7% annual increase in property prices. In this article we look at what is driving this growth in the Welsh market.

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