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Reasons for choosing an professional to sell your home

Basically selling or buying a home requires lots of effort and expense. If you had a past experience then you must know the process, if not then I am sure if you don’t take proper steps it’s going to be a daunting process for you. 288 more words

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Selling Your Home With Children & Pets

Selling your home whilst you’re still living in it is a pretty hard task, particularly so when you have children (regular or furry) in tow! Along with the day to day of raising them, preparing wonderful nutritional meals or fitting in daily countryside walks you also have the preparations for selling your home. 696 more words

Wards Residential

Why it’s still a great time to buy/sell property!

There has been a fair bit reported about how the housing market is starting to even out after a mini surge at the beginning of 2014, and this curb is probably due to the potential ‘mansion tax’ on the horizon and the tightening of the rules under last year’s Mortgage Market Review (MMR). 709 more words

Wards Residential

NZ Property: Summer sales keep rolling on……

Ahhh Summer… it’s been a good one so far. You can tell from all the glorious Summer scenes and vistas our Photographers have been capturing around the country… 276 more words

Real Estate

Two Graphs that Scream – List Your Home Today!

We all learned in school that when selling anything, you will get the most money if the demand for that item is high and the inventory of that item is low. 153 more words

Homeowner Tips

To Board Or Not To Board?

The ever on-going debate on sale boards has re-emerged recently thanks to a Twitter campaign. After Tweeting under the moniker @3flyingducks, UK Board Watch 2015 has been posting images of agents boards which it says are illegal. 752 more words

Wards Residential

Additional Carpet


Gimme Green Carpet
I want greeeeeen carpet
Wall to wall garish and seeeeen carpet
I want to feel it caked around your second loo
collecting piss, feeling your filth go amiss… 73 more words

Catherine Crosswell