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Getting rid of pet odours.

If you have a pet the chances are that your house might have a little odour to it which is less than ideal when it comes to selling your home. Maybe you spray your house down with Febreeze or you send your dog to the groomer for a last-minute bath before guests come over. Both…

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Decluttering with kids…..

Now I’m sure the very thought of it fills you with dread, tidying up with the children around seems like an impossible task right? But with them at home more than usual at the moment your chances to have that long overdue declutter ready for a move are slimmer than ever. This blog is going…

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Working from home again?

With the vast majority of the UK back to working remotely where possible, we are all feeling the hit on our productivity in the ‘workplace’. Adjusting to a new routine can be difficult at the best of times, but with the growing uncertainty around the current Coronavirus climate in the UK and the world as…

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Tips For A Stress-Free Move

Ok, so moving is never going to be totally stress free (we might have told a little fib there) we hope that this list will help take some of the pain out of it. There’s so much to think about and organise whilst being forced to deal with endless, less than helpful estate agents –…

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How to get your deposit back…

Moving home is an exciting time. It can mean new cities, new areas, and a more comfortable life. One of the hardest parts of moving out of rented accommodation is getting your deposit back. It should be straightforward, but unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Whether you’re moving home in Leeds, Manchester or Scotland we all…

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Guest Blog – Organising for your move.

We’ve been speaking with the organisational genius that is Sue from Simply Organised Life recently about tips for getting move ready. Have you got a Ready To Move Plan? Before you move, or maybe be even before you put your house up for sale, it’s a great idea to have a pre move declutter. The…

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Moving From One Climate to Another

As many of you know one of the things we love most about what we do is helping people relocate abroad. We run regular routes to Corfu (stopping at one or two European countries along the way) so helping people start their new life abroad always makes us smile.That being said moving from the temperamental…

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Switching Energy Suppliers When You Move.

Moving house is always a stressful time and having to organise your energy supply certainly doesn’t help. Unfortunately, it’s never as simple as telling your current energy provider to switch to your new home or even to carry on using the tariff your new home’s previous owner or tenant was signed up to. Organising your…

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Five Ways to Make A Rented House Feel Like Home.

People often think that, just because they’re renting their current residence, that stops them from making it feel like “home”. Wrong. In this post we have 5 things you can do to create that ‘homely’ feel in your rented house. Check with your landlord Before anything, check with your landlord just so you’re clear on…

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Moving to a new area? Read this.

There are lots of things to consider when choosing somewhere to live, such as transport links, local amenities, schools and even crime rates, so it is vital to check these out before buying a property. It is also important to consider how location can affect the resale possibility of any future home, as you don’t…