How does it work to buy a home with Invisible Homes?

At Invisible Homes we’re making it easier for you to buy a house or a flat in Fulham. In this article, we’ll explain how we do it and what you can expect after registering with us. The Invisible Homes experience Instead of spending hours sifting through pages of property websites, with Invisible Homes the properties…

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A quick guide to understanding buying and selling jargon

Buying and selling a home can often be a stressful process, and the plethora of unfamiliar property jargon that buyers and sellers are faced with can make the whole affair far more confusing than it needs to be. Here’s a quick list of some of the most common buying and selling jargon, with explanations of…

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The property type that’s high in demand

Mews have become increasingly popular as property choices for Londoners looking for somewhere central that’s stylish and quaint yet tucked away with a bit more privacy. Their cobbled streets, colourful designs, and individuality make mews an attractive property style. Furthermore, a recent trend of mews featuring prominently in film and television over the years such…

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Find your perfect area

Finding the perfect area for you can be as difficult as finding the perfect house, especially if you don’t have somewhere particular in mind or if you’re torn between a few options. Whatever your situation, consider these essential factors to determine where is best for you.   Transport There may be a select few that…

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The most expensive seaside resorts to live

Coastal towns have always been on one of Britain’s characteristic features. In recent years their popularity has boomed, with several becoming hot-spots for those looking to buy a second home to escape the city. We’ve compiled a few of the most popular and pricey at the moment.   Sandbanks – Dorset A tiny ‘millionaires playground’…

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Best places to live in the UK in 2017

Halifax’s annual Quality of Life Survey was just released and crowned Hart in North East Hampshire as the UK’s best place to live. The survey takes into account various factors including residents’ health, wellbeing, life expectancy, employment, crime rates, earnings, and the weather. In the past six years, Hart has placed first a whopping five…

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