Top tips on saving from our MD Charlie who bought his first home at 18, then went on to build a large successful property portfolio and also helps others with advice on how to buy their first home and/or grow their portfolio;
With the unprecedented times being so rife in daily life and what we are constantly facing; with new restrictions and guidelines being issued, it is important to have things to look forward too, therefore we have put together a series of events which will be planned for 2021. As we know following the descent of winter, the island is a wonderful place for a brisk walk whether this would be through the country side or on one of our luxurious beaches (it’s not quite the Maldives but it will do)!
What a year it’s been… effectively the world completely changed in a matter of weeks. All of us have had difficult times both work & personally and everything has been flipped on its head!
However, with so many small businesses on the Island (and UK wide), I believe SME’s (small businesses) occupy 99% of the country business wise, so the landscape for us all will forever be changed!
I strongly believe there are always lessons to learn during any type of crisis, effectively it is up to us whether we accept them or work hard to improve and adapt! It’s often easier to accept, but personally I always look for the silver lining!
Therefore, I outline some lessons learned during this year;
House value is always a thought which is in the back of a homeowner’s mind for the eventuality that they sell and move on to buy something more relevant for the altered requirements at that given time. Alternatively it is also thought about due to works which have been completed within the home and how alterations can increase market value, for example a new kitchen, bathroom suite or a well maintained garden can increase the value of your home as well as its appeal to potential buyers.
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