The ultimate guide to relocating

Posted on January 16th, 2020

There are many reasons for relocating, whether it is for a new job, for love or to be nearer to family. Relocating can be stressful, with many logistical details to consider, from leaving your current property to getting everything moved. To help you, we have put together a handy guide… Finding out about the area… Read Post





Are you in buying shape to move in 2020?

Posted on January 13th, 2020

It’s the start of a new year and you may have aspirations of buying a new home in Sittingbourne, but are you ready to make some changes to improve your home-buying situation? When it comes to buying a home, the crucial area that you need to get into tiptop shape is your finances. Are you… Read Post





7 top tips for moving home at Christmas

Posted on December 18th, 2019

The decorations are up, Christmas parties are under way, the shopping days are getting few and carol concerts are in abundance. As you’re driving home for Christmas this year, have you added to the normal stresses and strains by moving home in Sittingbourne as well? You won’t be on your own – you’d be surprised… Read Post





Add some luck and love to your Christmas tree this year

Posted on December 6th, 2019

The race for the Christmas number one has begun, the stores are bursting with glitter and sparkles, and all over Sittingbourne people have begun to put up their Christmas trees. Where in your home you place your tree is something many consider when viewing a property for the first time. This season is all about… Read Post





6 reasons why you should keep your property on the market this winter

Posted on November 22nd, 2019

Christmas is hitting us at warp speed, and with all the wonderful festivities filling your diary you might start to ponder whether now is a good time to sell your home. You could be thinking of withdrawing it from the market or holding off listing it until the new year when things are a little… Read Post





The unwritten etiquette of moving home in Sittingbourne

Posted on September 9th, 2019

Moving home is hard work and it’s easy to focus on what lies ahead rather than what you’re leaving behind. When completion day arrives and you get the call to collect the keys, you rush off with excitement to open the door to your new home, but what awaits you could be far from what… Read Post





4 Signs you’re breaking up with your home in Sittingbourne

Posted on September 5th, 2019

No one likes a break up, but circumstances change and life can throw up some unexpected situations that make us rethink our future. The passion you once felt for the home that has brought you such joy over the years has started to dwindle and now you’re seeing niggles and frustrations around every turn. What… Read Post





Say no to dodgy DIY disasters

Posted on August 14th, 2019

With more people looking to use tradesmen to carry out even the most basic of jobs around the house, John Lewis has launched a new service that allows customers to source and book trusted tradespeople. Sixty-three per cent of British homeowners admit to not knowing where to start when it comes to completing basic DIY… Read Post