- Cash Buyers Only - What Does It Mean?
If you have ever been on one of the popular property portals in the UK such as Rightmove or Zoopla and noticed a property listed as 'cash buyers only' then you may be wondering what does this term mean. Many sellers in the UK are experiencing a "lack of demand" relating to buying and selling […] The post Cash Buyers Only - What Does It Mean? first appeared on Ready Steady Sell.
- Transforming Your Loft Apartment into Home
Trend-right, versatile, and ideally suited to the urban environment, loft apartments tend to be diverse spaces. Although they typically enjoy more square footage than your garden-variety studio apartment, they similarly lack the walls and divisions that are closely associated with other apartment styles. The concept of the loft apartment was born in the metropolis […] The post Transforming Your Loft Apartment into Home first appeared on Ready Steady Sell.
- Covid-19 (Coronavirus) And Selling Your House - How Will It Affect Prices?
Covid-19 hit the UK and Ireland hard in 2020, and even though the grand total of cases is in the five digits, it's already being called "the new Sars". The government has even issued an advisory warning for people travelling to affected countries or regions to take precautions. This is not what UK residential property […] The post Covid-19 (Coronavirus) And Selling Your House - How Will It Affect Prices? first appeared on Ready Steady Sell.
- Can I Sell My Home With Asbestos?
Asbestos is a mineral that was mined extensively for use in construction materials like insulation, ceiling and floor tiles, pipes and electrical conduit until the 1970s. The danger of this material lay in the way in which it could become airborne when it was disturbed. When this happened, tiny strands were easily inhaled which could […] The post Can I Sell My Home With Asbestos? first appeared on Ready Steady Sell.
- Offers In Excess Of (oieo) - What Does It Actually Mean?
If you have been on websites like Zoopla or Rightmove and seen the term OIEO, you may have wondered what it actually means. 'Offers In Excess Of' means that you are being offered more than the seller is asking for. This means that there is a chance that the house could be more expensive than […] The post Offers In Excess Of (oieo) - What Does It Actually Mean? first appeared on Ready Steady Sell.
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