Hosts Jim Parker is joined by Letting Agent Richard Cook and Estate Agent Sam Green to discuss this week’s news in the Fife Property Market while answering questions live on their TV show every Saturday morning @ 9.30am. Continue reading Fife Properties TV (Series 1 EP 6) Property Price Predications for 2021.
Buying a house with friends can be particularly popular in younger people. It is an alternative route to getting onto the property ladder that could speed up your way to property ownership. However, there are many things to consider before deciding whether or not it is right for you. Continue below to find out all you need to know. Continue reading What To Consider When Buying A House With Friends In Fife! (3 min read)
Football flags flying from bedroom windows, parked cars or visible rubbish bins – what would turn you off viewing a property?
Well, even if it is none of the above, there are plenty of other hidden home horrors that often have would-be buyers running a mile. We’ve made a list of the top five property turn-offs for buyers! Continue reading Property Viewing Turn Offs In Fife (4 min read)
Those who have managed to continue saving during the coronavirus pandemic may be thinking of taking their first steps onto the property ladder and purchasing their first dream home. Continue reading First Time Buyers’ Property Search Guide For Fife (5 min read)
2020 has forced us to make many changes in our lives, from home working, to self-isolation, it has created a time period for us to step back and re-think what is most important to us. As life slowed down many transformed their lifestyles and now need their homes to fit into this. This drive for change has already started to be noticed by agents and property portals, with a decrease in demand for the more vanity features and an increase in lifestyle practicality. Findings from a report released by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) have also confirmed the trends. Continue reading How Are Property Priorities Changing In Fife? (3 min read)
As we can now socialise with up to 8 family members and friends in outdoor spaces, including back gardens, a BBQ is a great way to have some fun with your favourite people whilst staying safe. However, there is now a bit more to think about with increased hygiene standards and social distancing crucial in preventing a second wave of the coronavirus. With the summer months well underway, we share how you can host a perfect BBQ.
When it comes to buying property in Fife it’s important to keep in mind that it could potentially be the home you live in for the rest of your life. With this in mind it’s essential that when you view potential properties in Fife that you take the time to be thorough and get all the information you can.
Are you looking to sell in Fife? Sometimes it’s hard knowing where exactly to start. Our step by step guide might look like a lot of information but it can really be a good reference point to help you during this process.
For a lot of older homeowners today, downsizing can be a great way to have a good clear out after your kids have left home, but also a fantastic way to free up some equity from your home. This financial boost will most likely come with the added bonus of a reduction in running costs as you move to a smaller home.
While there are plenty of benefits of downsizing, moving home can still be a complex and stressful experience, so we’ve put together a quick guide on what to consider to help make your move a much smoother transition.
Decide what you REALLY need Continue reading Top Tips on Downsizing to a Smaller Home
A handful of Fife landlords and homeowners have been asking me what would happen if we had another property crash like we did in 2008/9?
The UK property crash in 2008/9 caused property prices in the UK to drop by an average of 18.37% in a period of 16 months.