How to add thousands to a home’s value with ideas costing less than £200
You want to add value to your home, but don’t want to spend a lot of money doing it. What options do you have? These tips and tricks will help you increase your home’s value by thousands of pounds, all for an investment of less than £200. So, if you’re looking to sell up or […]
Know Your Rights To Extend: Our Buying And Extending Guide
When buying a house for expansion, it’s important to do your research. The Mouseprice team has compiled a handy checklist to help you along the way. Follow the tips below to ensure you’re making the right move, whether you’re looking to expand your living space, get on the property ladder, or simply want the flexibility […]
How Tenants Should Deal With Letting Agents
Managing your rent through a letting agency may present you with a few challenges. Letting agencies can be problematic for many people when it comes to unfair fees or maintenance of the property. No matter whether the letting agency is taking too long to repair your house or they’re simply difficult to contact, we’ve all […]
Which of the 8 new UK cities have the strongest/weakest housing markets?
As part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the government announced that eight new cities are to be created to mark the special occasion. With at least one in every UK nation, they are Dunfermline in Scotland, Milton Keynes in England, Wrexham in Wales and Bangor in Northern Ireland. There’s also a first Overseas Territory […]
Is Building an Extension on Your Home Really an Investment Worth Making?
When it comes to adding value to your home, traditionally conducting upgrades, undergoing structural maintenance, and looking at building an extension have been go to methods for increasing the value of the property. Since 2020, there have been higher numbers of searches on Google for ‘housing extensions’ with more households looking to increase […]
Advice for Landlords: 5 Top Tips for Understanding Tax Obligations in the UK
Being a Landlord can be a complex and difficult experience, there’s a lot to understand, obligations to attend to, legalities to maintain, and of course – taxes to manage. Whether you’re renting out part of your own home, a second property, or have a whole portfolio of rental locations – you need to keep a […]
5 Things You Actually Need to Know About the Rental Reform Bill
In 2021, the number of households occupied by private renters reached 4.43 million, more than twice the amount (2.03 million) in 2000 – and according to a new forecast, another 230,000 rental homes will be needed to avoid a shortfall at the current rates of growth. So, it’s unsurprising that individuals who rent their homes […]