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Buying An Italian Property To Restore Buying An Italian Property To Restore
The idea of buying a home to renovate in Italy holds appeal on so many levels. Published: 2nd Jan 2014
Tags: Renovation, Property Development, Umbria Property, Overseas

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Making home improvements on a budget Making home improvements on a budget
You probably spend every evening at home groaning at the amount of work that needs to be done on your house.
Published: 31st Jan 2013
Tags: DIY

, Renovation, UK Property
What are the Benefits of Installing Double Glazing your Home? What are the Benefits of Installing Double Glazing your Home?
In recent months, the UK has felt the grip of some truly powerful weather, first with drought, then with extremely high levels of rainfall leading to widespread flooding
Published: 4th Jan 2013
Tags: Heating, UK Property, Renovation, Landlord Advice
How to Prepare Your Property for Winter How to Prepare Your Property for Winter
VIDEO: DIY celebrity Tommy Walsh shares his advice on how to prepare your property during the cold season.
Published: 7th Dec 2012
Tags: Renovation, DIY

, Property Development, Landlord Advice
Improving your home would increase your chances of selling Improving your home would increase your chances of selling
Rightmove state that competition among sellers for mortgage-ready or cash buyers looks set to remain fierce in many markets in 2013.
Published: 26th Nov 2012
Tags: Property Development, Selling your Home, Renovation, Rightmove
Property Subsidence Caused by Trees Property Subsidence Caused by Trees
About 70 per cent of subsidence damage is caused by moisture being sucked out of the soil by trees and hedges. The property's foundations then crack. The Halifax offers advice...
Published: 20th Aug 2012
Tags: Buying a Property, Renovation, Subsidence, Property Development
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