11:39am Wednesday 23rd October 2013
The early 19th century saw the introduction of an increasingly romantic, medieval Gothic style. The result of new technology, building materials, and construction methods saw the inception of the Victorian architecture era. With defining features including large bay windows, turrets, and red brickwork, this design style focused on decorative elements and aesthetic detailing.
12:55pm Thursday 10th October 2013
Now is a good time to check out your mortgage options The Government’s decision to bring forward Help-to-Buy Phase 2 is encouraging news for first-time buyers and home movers, according to local leading estate agency Bairstow Eves in Hendon.
8:23am Monday 9th September 2013
Britain’s resurgent property sector is enjoying its best market conditions for six years as the housing revival gathers pace, according to a report.
2:48pm Thursday 25th July 2013
At the start of the year, housing market experts generally agreed that any increase in prices across the country would reach two per cent at most.
9:39am Friday 22nd March 2013
Britons believe that mortgages are at their easiest to come by for at least five years, research by building societies has found.
9:38am Friday 22nd March 2013
You do home improvements to make your home more suited to your lifestyle and taste, but unless it's your forever home, you may also be interested in what would make it more sellable and valuable when you come to sell.
11:54am Tuesday 5th March 2013
If you have a house or flat with a bad layout, or you’re thinking about buying one, changing the layout can be expensive and won’t necessarily be easy, but it could transform your home life.
12:14pm Thursday 14th February 2013
As more and more people turn to renting, the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) is warning would-be tenants to watch out for rogue letting agents.
10:00am Monday 11th February 2013
After so much snow, excess water is a problem, if anything, but it probably won’t be long before we’re being told to save water because of a drought.
11:00am Saturday 9th February 2013
There’s something of the diva about Sera Hersham-Loftus, as she lounges on a daybed covered in a profusion of silk throws and embroidered cushions.