Do Not Be Fearful & Be Careful of Too Many Voices Before I continue from last week’s blog post, I would like to share a bible verse. Proverbs 11:4 KJV says, “Where there is no counsel, the people fall; but in the multitude of counsellors, there is safety”. We will get back to this laterContinue reading “Warlingham Close – Part 2”
An example of a house purchase process and lessons learned that you may find useful and helpful
We all look forward to buying our first home. The costs associated with these can be quite high.
In this blog, we discuss some ways to save for a deposit and the house purchase costs.
We have also provided a link to a useful tool.
I currently have a LISA (Lifetime ISA) and plan to use it to buy home or for retirement. This blog post is to give a brief on the LISA, its features and how you can utilise it towards your first home purchase or as a retirement account. Assuming Maggie is a 37yo lady who doesn’tContinue reading “What Would I Do With A LISA?”
A follow up to my previous post. I have a love and hate relationships with Estate Agents here in the U.K. I am of the strong opinion that most agents do not watch out for buyers. Anyway, we will talk about this in another post. Today, we talk about the current use of virtual viewingsContinue reading “Virtual Viewings – Estate Agents Service”
The current COVID-19 crisis in the world and UK as resulted in drastic changes to most of our old – normal way of life. The property market was not immune to this. A wise man once said, to every cloud there is a silver lining – pardon the cliché :-). We have all witnessed theContinue reading “Virtual Viewings – Types / Tips”