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It doesn’t matter whether you are buying a house to live in, looking for a holiday home, or want to invest in buy to let, it’s important to be well informed. But what does that actually mean? Well in terms of Allukhousesforsale, it means you’ll have access to a property blog that covers practical, financial, and environmental issues affecting house buyers and owners. This property

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Why would you use an emergency loan?

Payday may seem an eternity away and you might see yourself coming to the end of the month and realise that you are unable to pay off those demanding bills. This is why installment loans can be very helpful. The meaning is in the name, they’re there to get you out of emergencies. The norm would be that we should always pay out of our

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Considerations You Need To Take Into Account When Buying A New Property

Purchasing a new property can be an exciting time for everyone, whether it’s your first property or you’re looking upgrade or downgrade your home. Whatever you’re looking for, there are a few considerations that you will need to take into account, that are exceptionally important before you even consider putting any money down on a property. Whether you’re beginning to =question your budget, or you

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What are the cheapest cities to live in Europe?

Salaries differ across Europe but a higher pay packet doesn’t always come with a better standard of living. Its understanding that people living in England may feel they’re being pushed out due to the soaring house prices in London and other major cities. Now if you want to find somewhere cheap to live with a good job prospect, there are actually numerous cities across Europe

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Should you consider the garden when buying a home?

On the one hand, a garden could be an essential part of a family home. If you have children a safe space in which they can run around and exercise is necessary to keeping them happy and healthy. If you have a few children, a garden is also useful for reducing stress while they’re young. Children are normally full of energy during the day and

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How Will London’s Land Development Boom Impact Dulwich Property Owners?

Robust development is creating incredible demand for vacant space. Will the new land rush be a blessing or a burden for property owners in the idyllic haven of Dulwich?

If buyers thought London home prices were rising briskly, they may be even more startled by how much land prices are shooting up. According to Bloomberg News, demand for space from developers in the UK capital pushed

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London homes sell three times faster than properties in the North East – just one reason to target London in your property search!

London house prices are on average four times higher than the North East and the city’s properties are selling three times faster!

Hardly surprising then that many families are eager to make the move south in search of a more varied and vibrant lifestyle.

Moving to a renovated property

If you move to a renovated property on the outskirts of London, this could be one of the best

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Considering a life in Suffolk?

While Suffolk may seem nothing more than a sleepy county somewhere off the A14 dual carriageway to some, it boasts many of the best traditional benefits of rural life including sunshine, stress-free living and affordable housing.

Etched with a rich historical background, a wealth of areas of outstanding natural beauty, and ready access to all the amenities of city, Suffolk is a great location in which

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Take a step closer to becoming a homeowner

Owning your own home is something that everyone hopes they will be lucky enough to do someday. It is one of the understood expectations of life that every living experience you have builds towards the day when you can finally have somewhere you can call your own.

While sharing a flat or a house with others when looking for a start in life can be a

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Town Profile: Let’s move to Essex

Where and what is Essex?

In north-east London, Essex boarders multiple counties from Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent to the south and London to the southwest. It is ranked 7th in the most populated places in England with 1,729,200. The name Essex comes from the word ‘Eastseaxe’ (East Saxons) and has Old English heritage going back to the Anglo Saxon

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Latest data shows tenants still getting a raw deal

In an analysis of official housing data published earlier this week the trouble faced by tenants is highlighted again. The information from the office for National statistics which covers the years 2010 to 2012 tries to look at the standard sums paid for housing in the form of either rent or mortgage. It shows that the average mortgage costs during that period rose by 6

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