Cash buyers are becoming increasingly popular in the property world, with almost 30% of homes across the UK being bought mortgage free.
We’re going to talk you through the process of buying a house with cash and the advantages of disadvantages of doing so.
Selling or buying a property can be a daunting and highly stressful process, that will more than likely be one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make. After all, for the large majority of us property sales aren’t something we deal with every day.
Many believe adding value to home requires a lot of £££’s, however, whilst expensive renovations and extensions will more than likely add value to your house, there are many less expensive routes you can take to increase your home’s market value.
It’s no secret, the past year has given way to a generation of ‘do it yourselfers.’ The pandemic saw people confined to their homes, taking on small projects to improve the space surrounding them day-in-day-out. In fact, it’s said that young adults under the age of 35 dominate the 29 billion dollar crafting industry.
Millennials, in particular, are bringing together technology, creativity and entrepreneurism as they take on more DIY projects. One such DIY project that many find appealing is that of selling your home privately, without the assistance of a knowledgeable estate agent.
Whilst we understand the money-saving appeal of selling a property privately, there are also a tonne of risk factors home-owners should be aware of before attempting this substantial DIY project.
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