The number of first-time buyers (FTBs) entering the property market has been increasing lately, with August 2018 representing the highest monthly level in over a year.
As lovely as it might be to have lots of new home furnishings each and every year, do spare a thought for the planet if you can and perhaps try to suppress your urge to shop, given that new research has just revealed that almost 22 million small pieces of furniture are chucked every year.
Your choice of sofa can make or break a living room – once it’s arrived and is safely on furniture gliders, its comfortability and durability will play a big part in how you and the rest of the family enjoy using the room. So, before you go out to a showroom a try out a sofa for size, take some advice from on what you really need to consider.
If you’ve bought a shared ownership property chances are that there will be things that you’re not allowed to do under the terms of the lease.
Homeowners are racing to complete any refurbishment projects ahead of the UK leaving the EU in March next year, with many citing concerns over higher costs of materials and products as the main reason to wind projects up in the coming months.