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How to manage your first move from home

Young people are staying at the family house for longer than ever before and may be in their mid-20s before they decide to leave the nest. Hopefully, these more mature years will mean they’re working to pay rent to their parents, can do their own laundry and cook basic meals. But either way, the first-time

Why first impressions are so important when selling

They say that it takes you one-tenth of a second to judge and form your first impression on someone. Although this saying was probably meant to be about first impressions on other people, there’s no reason not to apply this idea when selling your home. First impressions always count, and it will certainly matter when

How to simplify your house move

There’s nothing like packing up your house for a big move to increase stress and diminish your bank account. Luckily, there are ways to make The Big Day easier. Budget and plan Expect more expense than you bargain for and ensure extra funds are available for unlooked-for issues. Reliable removalists are crucial. These people will

Simplifying your house move

There’s nothing like packing up your house for a big move to increase stress and diminish your bank account. Luckily, there are ways to make The Big Day easier. Budget and plan Expect more expense than you bargain for and ensure extra funds are available for unlooked-for issues. Reliable removalists are crucial. These people will

Turning your holiday spot to a full-time residence

Many people can vouch for being tempted to move permanently to their favourite holiday spot. After all, what’s not to like about living full time in a beautiful location so many people use as their place of relaxation! There are a few important aspects when considering a permanent move to your favourite holiday destination, whether to

4 tips for first-time renters

When you’re renting for the first time it can feel like there’s a lot to get your head around. Because you’re signing a contract to live in a property that someone else owns (a lease), you can’t do things in the same way as you would if you owned the property. You have certain responsibilities

A quick guide to inspecting a home

Conducting effective inspections is a key part of the journey to buying a home. You want to find a home that’s both a nice place to live and a good investment, and a thorough inspection helps to gather the information you need to make the best decision. This quick guide will equip you with the

20 foundational financial principles you can live by

Here are the 20 foundational principles shared with us by MoneyMiniBlog, that you can easily live by… 1. Giving is the foundation of your financial health How’s your giving? It’s in giving that you receive, but you should give to give, not to receive. 2. Plan for the worst Emergencies will always happen. Even more so when

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