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Pick up your pants…
You put your home on the market to sell it, right? You want people to fall in love with your home the moment they walk in? You need them to feel like it could be their own? You want them to feel taken aback with how fantastic it is? Well, surprisingly some people do not understand the DO’s and DON’T’s of what to do when selling their home. There are some simple steps to do when you know you have a viewing coming up.

 

Tiny Homes Holidays

Do you fancy a unique holiday experience? Well, Tiny Homes Holidays can offer this... After fourteen successful seasons of running one of the UK’s first glamping businesses Helen & Frazer Cunningham have created Tiny Homes Holidays with the dream of taking the Glamping vibe even further to create an all year round sustainable ‘Tiny Homes’ Boutique Retreat. Expect the quirkiness and ethics of a glamping break in bespoke architect deigned permanent well built cabin-style houses. At Tiny Homes you will get the choice of 3 of the Tiny Homes, each home can sleep up to 4 people, you have your own comfortable bed, kitchen, shower, toilet, and even your own BBQ. What more could you want?

All you can dream of is quiet neighbours...

   

The saying is ‘location, location, location’ and that’s great if you’re in a desirable street, close to schools, or have a countryside or sea view, but often we choose a property for what it offers us internally. Layout, room sizes, flow. Sometimes we weigh up the pros and cons and opt for internal specification rather than external aesthetics.
One property I recently visited was in an unusual location– in a graveyard. I found the interior of the property a delight, with its light and bright shabby chic style, at complete odd to the rather ‘gothic’ exterior surroundings of tombstones. However, this is not what defines this quirky property, the house had far fetching sea views, beautiful surrounding walks and close to the town centre, a brilliant family home....

A Day in the life of an Estate Agent.
Charlie Panayi – Business Manager at Red Squirrel Property Shop Ltd.

 

Charlie has been working for Red Squirrel for over 4 years now and is our Business manager at Red Squirrel Property Shop. He heads up a team of negotiators, managers and apprentices for property sales, lettings and maintenance. All his colleagues have their own specialisms but are flexible enough to deal with most things. Here, Charlie will give you an insight into a typical day for a business manager of an estate agency.

The Early bird gets the worm – “I like to arrive to the office around 8 o’clock every morning (often earlier). I set my computer up, make my morning coffee and ensure I have a head start on my competition!”

How to maintain a healthy and up together home...

Making your home look nice, with trendy furniture and feature walls is not the most important part of looking after your home. You need to ensure that your home is well looked after and maintained under all the fabrication of furniture and wall paint.
Maintenance is key for ensuring your home is well looked after. Even things which you wouldn’t even think of... We are now coming into Spring and it’s time to start that essential Spring Cleaning and we have some good tips on things in your home to keep an eye on.

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