Guide to Buying a House
Buying a house, particularly for the first timers, can be a very daunting and anxious process. The decisions you make along your “buying a property timeline” could save you or cost you many thousands of pounds. Our Guide to Buying a House Advice Center offer you free guides and most used trips and tricks in order to help you buying a home stress free and as easy as possible.
Sometimes, even with all the information on your side, you will need the input from a professional to be able to get the full picture of a property. Here, is where a chartered surveyors steps in by getting you a detailed report on your dream property’s conditions and any potential hidden issues.
Most Read Buying a House guides
Pros and Cons on New Build vs Existing Properties
When comes to choosing between a new build or an existing house, especially if you are a first-time buyer, you should consider both advantages and disadvantages before you decide which suits you better.
Our 10 Step Guide for Buying a House
Buying a house requires time and effort and can be a daunting process, especially if you are a first time buyer. Our step-by-step guide explains the entire process when buying a home.
Costs of Buying a House
Our “Costs of Buying a House” Guide is the perfect starting point of learning about the true cost of buying your dream property, from deposits and mortgage fees to moving and surveying fees. A good plan is always first step into getting control of the situation.
Making an Offer on Your dream Home
Buying a house is one of the biggest expenses you can have during your personal life. You have found your dream house and you want to seal the deal; however, making an offer can be tricky. Learn our tips and tricks for a smooth process.
Leasehold vs Freehold Properties. What is the difference? Probably, you heard about the term of freehold and/or leasehold, but deciding which which one is the best option for your situation can be quite confusing, especially that everyone has an opinion on freehold vs leasehold properties....Read More
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Searches when Buying a House. What you need to know When comes to buying a property, your solicitor carries out the conveyancing process, which implies various searches before your property purchase can go through. Is important that these property searches to be rigorously done as...Read More
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New Build vs Existing Home, Pros and Cons Guide When comes to an new build or an existing house, especially if you are a first-time buyer, you should consider both advantages and disadvantages before you decide which suits you better. Our “New build vs Existing...Read More
How to Buy a House Guide Buying a house requires time and effort. It can be a daunting process, especially if you are a first time buyer. This step-by-step guide explains the entire process when buying a home, from looking for an estate agent to...Read More
Advice & Help
At Trusted Surveyors, we have plenty of advice and handy tools which we hope are going to help and assist you moving forward.
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