Friday, May 27, 2022

Easiest ways to bump up the value of your property

Before putting your house up for sale on the market, it is worth  making some adjustments to your property to  increase your chances of getting offers the same as, or even larger than your initial asking price. Increasing the value of your property doesn’t have to be an extensive and overly costly...

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Tuesday, March 8, 2022

What is Gazumping and Can You Avoid it When Buying a Home?

As a buyer you want to be able to enjoy the process of buying a property, you want to be able to celebrate and start furniture shopping as soon as an agreement has been made. Although you should look out for gazumping and how this can set you as a ...

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Monday, January 31, 2022

6 things to consider before buying a second home

Are you thinking of buying a second property? Well, the world is your oyster as this will give you the opportunity to live another lifestyle in a country you have always dreamt about, or it may be appealing for you to invest in a property that you love. Before you ...

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Monday, January 10, 2022

12 household bills you may pay as a homeowner

Becoming a First Time Homeowner in 2022? Congratulations, this is a very exciting time for you.  When it comes to working out how big a mortgage (or home) you can get, you’ll also want to factor in what you can actually afford in repayments, bills and expenses. Welcome to the world of financial...

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Wednesday, January 5, 2022

Mortgage Propeller is excited to announce the formal launch of its mortgage advisory business based in Belfast.

A pilot launch in 2021 confirmed the demand for an online service that connected clients looking for mortgage advice with expert brokers in a way that was more efficient and user friendly but that still maintained a personal touch with the highest levels of customer service.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Top 5 Predictions you NEED to know for 2022

the 2022 market looks like it is going to be, a watered-down version of 2021. That means while price increases might be slowing and competition could be a little less intense, overall, we're still looking at an abnormally hot market.

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