Developing the design scheme for your first home is an exciting process, but it can also be daunting once you factor in those additional costs — especially if you're buying a property alone…

We’ve rounded up the best environmentally friendly improvements at home that will positively impact the health of your home, and the planet.

One of the most common problems for homeowners is a lack of storage space. However, building an extra room or moving into a bigger home is not always an option, so you need to work with what you’ve got. Check out these small hacks to expand your home’s space…

The demand for home virtual and video tours is surging as buyers seek safe ways to view and experience properties without having to come in contact with anyone. Find out how best to present your home and make it stand out during a video or virtual tour…

Should you use a mortgage adviser or just try to find the best mortgage by yourself? Many buyers find themselves asking this question. Here we explore seven key ways that the right mortgage adviser can help you with the process of finding the best possible mortgage for your circumstances.

When natural light pours into a space, we can’t help but feel invigorated and inspired, so it’s no wonder that a bright home is often at the top of a homebuyer’s wish list. But if your new dream home lacks illumination, have no fear: Buyers can rest assured that it’s never too late to illuminate a home you otherwise love.

At home bars are becoming increasingly popular as we are all spending more time in our homes. When creating and designing your home bar setup, homeowners are getting inventive, using previously wasted space or converting part of their cellars into places of relaxation and enjoyment. Here are 8 tips to consider for your own home bar setup…

With a new-found love for our homes this past year, it’s likely you’ve racked up a laundry list of ways that you’d love to revamp your space. And what better time to refresh and upgrade your home than the start of spring?

As well as looking after the inside of your property, remember to inspect outside. Landlord garden maintenance may only be doable periodically, but the tasks involved can be much the same as you already do at home!

When it comes to renting a property it is important to know what you are getting into, particularly if it is something you are doing for the first time. It is easy to be caught out, so follow our handy checklist to make sure you are doing it right.

Selling your home is a big deal and can sometimes be stressful. Between deciding when to list your home for sale, for how much, and what home renovations you should do beforehand, there is a lot of planning involved. One important aspect that many sellers overlook is staging…

Renting a home might have always been seen as a lesser to buying one, but what you may not realise is that there are plenty of benefits to renting a home rather than owning one. One of the biggest benefits is that when things go wrong within the house, 9 times out of 10 it is not going to be something that you need to pay out (or organise) to be fixed. So, when is a maintenance repair job something to do with you and when do you need to leave it up to your landlord?