If you’re looking to buy a property, you’ll probably need a mortgage. Purchasing a house will be one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make and you could end-up needing to borrow a large chunk of money.
Late spring and early summer is the perfect time to think about selling your house. Property usually moves more quickly during these months, with the average time to sell around 56 days in May and June, compared to 70 days during the winter (1).
Explaining the role of a residential surveyor can be tricky. Residential surveying is a complex job, with people specialising in a wide range of specialist disciplines; from looking at façades (the external envelope of a building) to geomatics (the 2D and 3D measurement of a space).
Selling a property can be a stressful process. Read our guide on how to sell your house; top tips for moving home which explains the whole process, step-by-step. There’s a lot to remember, including sorting your finances and marketing your home in the best possible light to potential buyers.