Property prices rise and fall with a number of factors in any economy, including recession, inflation and unemployment. However, homeowners often don’t take enough notice of what their property is really worth, and how to increase that value themselves. There are a lot of touches, from small aesthetic improvements to building work that could escalate your property’s price anywhere from a few thousand up to £50,000.
New rules introduced in September 2013 mean that your employer is now able to offer you shares in the business, but it also means forfeiting some of your employment rights. How will this work and what will it mean to you as an employee?
There is a lot of information on the process of buying or selling your house, however, sometimes the information is oversimplified, and/or over complicated. Here we try and simplify the process for you, while still keeping some of the core information that you would need, especially highlighting why sometimes it is better to have a specialist to help guide the process.