Given a choice most people want to sell and purchase quickly with as little stress as possible. So when time is of the essence what can you do to speed up the process? We got our team together to pick their top 6 pinch points that, if avoided, will speed up your sale and purchase process.
At Follwells we understand that buying a house is an exhilarating time, but it’s essential that you have a comprehensive report on the condition of your potential home.
Most lenders will send someone to ‘have a look’ at a property but read more to see why that report might not be enough!
Did we mention that we love houses? It's probably why the Follwells family has been helping people to live where they love for nearly 30 years. And during this time we’ve seen lots of dream homes right here in Shropshire.
Did we mention that we love houses? It's probably why the Follwells family has been helping people to live where they love for nearly 30 years. And during this time we've seen lots of dream homes right here in Staffordshire.
Stoke-on-Trent is made up of six towns with six different centres; Burslem, Fenton, Hanley, Longton, Stoke and Tunstall. Five of these six towns have beautiful Victorian parks. And because of the areas affinity with the pottery industry ‘Stokies’ are commonly known as ‘Potters’. Here’s everything you need to know about buying, selling and letting houses in Stoke-on-Trent.
The area’s connection with the manufacturing of ceramic goods, for the tables of the world, continues into the local housing stock. As many of the beautiful late Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses were originally built as workers houses. With many featuring Minton tile floors, feature fireplaces and signature tiling to the façades. Beyond this, there were two periods of development across suburban areas around Stoke in 1930s and 1980s, where there was a focus on semi-detached family homes. And more recently Stoke has seen a focus on ‘executive detached’ family homes.