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With the first quarter of the year now behind us, last month brought a positive forecast as some of the uncertainty of the past 12 months is starting to ebb away. Thanks to the latest developments in the economy, the property market is looking brighter for the next few months as we move forward towards summer.

Here’s How to Find the Right Amount of Coverage for Your Home.

With such a vast range of companies offering a spectrum of different policies, it can be challenging to know where to begin your search for home insurance.

Selling your home is a big task in itself as there’s so much to prepare. If you’re trying to tackle everything yourself, it can be daunting trying to attract potential buyers, but one of the best ways to do that is to have the right decor that gives off that 'wow' factor. 

If you’re unfamiliar with the term, 'wow factor' it is essentially any feature or quality that is impressive and—you've guessed it—makes people say ‘wow’ when they see it for the first time! When potential buyers are checking out your home, you want to impress them and get them to imagine their new lives in your home, and a space with a 'wow factor' does the trick. 

One of the best spaces to create a wow factor in is your living room because it can be done on a budget and without spending a lot of time and money on renovations. It’s also one of the most used rooms in the home where families gather, where people socialise and entertain guests, and where you wind down after a long day. It’s also one of the most important rooms when showing your home, aside from the kitchen and master bedroom, and is often one of the first rooms people look at when they view a property. 

With this in mind, we have detailed three simple ways to give your living room the wow factor and impress anyone who walks through your door.

Here's What To Do To Get Ahead Of Your Competitors And Secure Your Dream Home!

In today’s competitive housing market, it isn’t surprising that those moving in the Surrey & Hampshire area want to know what they can do to get ahead of their competitors.

Now that we’re moving into Spring, the UK property market is looking set for a buoyant year to come. Home movers appear to be more active as we enter the new season, which is a cause for cautious optimism, although pricing homes realistically is still going to be essential for some time to come.

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