Most household appliances are used a couple of times a day, at most. When we perceive these as being off, they are often just on standby. However did you know that these appliances are using up energy even when they aren’t on?
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Anyone who lives here knows that Glasgow is a culturally diverse, interesting and incredible city in which to live, with some of the world’s friendliest people. After all, our slogan is People Make Glasgow.
A Victorian or Edwardian property often has a wealth of character features. Unfortunately, with the charm can come expensive energy bills as the property will often lack the energy efficiency features that are now standard in residential new builds.
Do you ever wonder about the air pollution on your street and around your home? We all know that air pollution can impact our health so it’s not a surprise that home owners and prospective buyers are becoming increasingly interested in the air quality that surrounds a property.
Glasgow’s Yorkhill is situated north of the River Clyde in the West End of the city. The privileged location and quality of housing have caught the eye of many wishful property buyers recently. The area attracts a wide range of demographics who are tempted by the proximity to up and coming Finnieston as well as Byres Road […]
If you are considering selling and making a move up (or down) the property ladder but have no time pressures, it is a good idea to anticipate the best moment to put your home up for sale. There are a few aspects you could potentially consider if selling without time constraints.
Most homeowners paying a mortgage can only dream of a day when they become mortgage free. So if you are thinking of ways to become mortgage free quicker and building financial wealth through property think about building equity.
Over the last few years, we have all become much more environmentally conscious. However, it can be difficult to choose natural products for the home due to both practical and financial constraints.
According to a recent report from property portal Zoopla, buyers in Scotland are willing to pay an average of £22,208 for a property with outside space, and 80% of people surveyed said that they wouldn’t consider buying a property that didn’t have any outdoor space at all.
The Summer edition of the Glasgow Property Times is out now, brought to you by Vanilla Square property experts together with McCrea Financial Services, Lindsays Solicitors and Allied Surveyors Scotland PLC.
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