Everyone should be able to enjoy peace and tranquility in their own home, but if you’re unfortunate enough to have a noisy neighbour disturbing you, then you don’t have to put up with it. Here are a few ways in which to tackle the issue. ... read more »
Is Boris’ 95% mortgage announcement a good move? Getting on the first step of the property ladder can seem like a giant leap these days, can’t it? If you’re young and haven’t been able to save up a deposit, it might seem that... read more »
Stamp Duty Holiday To Be Extended In July 2020 Stamp Duty was temporarily abolished for properties under £500,000 in England and Northern Ireland.   This was excellent news for the property market in East London, and has helped keep the... read more »
To buy, or to rent, that is the question Whether you’re going to rent, or if you’re planning to buy, your next move in East London is a personal choice. There are pros and cons for both, and some thinking will need to be done before maki... read more »
Where does Pancake Day come from? Shrove Tuesday AKA Pancake Day is your perfect excuse to eat pancakes all day in the name of the annual holiday, but where does the famous day originate from?   Shrove Tuesday falls 47 days before Easter Su... read more »
Valentine’s day: the holiday of love Valentine’s day: when love is celebrated annually on the 14th February with pampering, gifts and open shows of affection. We all know the international holiday of love, but do you know where the ... read more »
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