How we live is dynamically changing the requirements of what we need to call a house, a home
The ever-changing property market has seen a drastic change in recent years, due to the shift in house prices and financial means of younger and older generations. But the real question is, how is this impacting our everyday living?
The need for Brits to re-think their housing arrangements has been revealed in … Read more.
This Tuesday saw Chancellor Philip Hammond deliver his speech in the House of Commons, outlining the government budget for 2019, and as the dust settles on the policies, we have taken a look at how the budget will affect the housing industry.
One of the talking points from the budget was the extension to the Help-To-Buy scheme. Since its introduction in 2013, the government backed Help-To-Buy scheme has helped over … Read more.
Style hacks for you and your four-legged friend
With 45% of the UK population being pet owners, it’s safe to say that we love our four-legged friends. However, our personal style can be hindered by brightly coloured plastic food bowls, shedding fur and toys everywhere.
Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with some hints and tips to keep your home stylish, while catering to all your beloved … Read more.
The burnt orange shade is in and we’ve got you covered to personalise your home in style
The natural stone of the past has made a comeback, but the fired clay material is not the only key feature. The colour – specifically the prominent burnt orange shade – has become a key design statement, extending to more than just floor tiles and plant pots.
Rich, earthy red and brown tones … Read more.
Here’s some hints and tips on how to enjoy the heatwave whilst keeping your home a relaxing, cool escape from the temperatures
With Britain’s unpredictable weather, this summer’s heatwave is lovely – but it’s no fun for anyone when it results in tossing and turning in bed, stuck to the sheets, far too warm to sleep.
At first, a heatwave sounds like the perfect beginning to the summer that we’ve … Read more.
The number of homebuyers, particularly first-time buyers, receiving a contribution from parents or other family members towards the deposit has become increasingly common in the last decade. It is also frequent for parents to act as guarantors for homebuyers to boost borrowing allowances for first-time purchases.
The results are in, the public have spoken, and we are here to meet their needs. Property search platform Zoopla has recently analysed the public’s desired requirements when looking for a property.
The research shows that ‘garage’ and ‘detached’ are the most searched for terms, emphasising the most desirable formula when searching for the right house to become your perfect home.
Every Harron Homes development boasts a selection of home … Read more.
According to research from the Mortgage Advice Bureau, two-thirds of those looking for a new home don’t know their current credit score or even how to find out what it is. Being aware of your current credit score is essential when buying your first property or looking to move up the ladder. It allows buyers to know whether their mortgage application will be accepted.
The research also highlights that those … Read more.
There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to buying a new home or looking to climb the property ladder. We often find that our buyers don’t realise what is available within their budget, which gives us a chance to surprise them with the good news that they can afford their dream home.
Our homes are purpose-built to cater for flexible family living, which means that often you can … Read more.
“Taking the first step on the property ladder can be difficult. The additional costs, such as stamp duty, cause an added financial strain. Therefore, anything that reduces the cost of buying a home is a relief.
“Stamp duty is a Land Tax for a purchase of residential property or a piece of land. Prior to the abolishment of the Stamp Duty for first time buyers, when purchasing a home under … Read more.