I am a baby boomer. My generation has lucked out in so many ways – particularly with regards to housing. I bought my first house (in York) for £2,000 when I was a 21 year old student. My dad subbed me the money, and I paid him back out of my student grant.
How Estate Agency has changed over the years
These days properties are on the market within a couple of days and can be seen by anyone with internet access, anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day.
It wasn’t always thus. Continue reading “How Estate Agency has changed over the years”
Simple advice to help sell your home
You’ve had valuations and chosen your preferred Estate Agent. The board is up and your property is on Rightmove and Zoopla. Surely now it’s just a case of waiting for the offers to come rolling in, simple as that.
No matter how good your Estate Agent is at taking photo’s and writing beautiful descriptions there’s still some work on your part to ensure that any potential buyers see your property at it’s best. Continue reading “Simple advice to help sell your home”
I would like to say a massive well done to all the staff at Crucible Sales & Lettings for their efforts on Red Nose day
Some wonderful ideas including a static bike ride for 10 hours, jumble sale, photo booth, cake sale & guess the number of key tags
Staff at both the Rotherham and Sheffield should be proud of their achievements
£1000 collected is absolutely tremendous
Crucible Sales & Lettings
Ten Top Tips for first time buyers
Detailed advice from a professional is always the best way to find out more about the buying process. Here at Crucible we’re proud to offer free advice to First Time Buyers looking for a bit more knowledge about the property market, however, the list below offers a general look at the process and offers some basic information for those starting out on the property ladder. Continue reading “Ten Top Tips for first time buyers”