Home Projects that Should Always be Handled by a Pro
Posted on 18th October, 2017

At The House Shop we fully support your DIY efforts. After all, property ownership is all about maintaining and improvin

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4 Questions to Ask Your Listed Building Surveyor
Posted on 09th October, 2017

Brimming with character and charm, listed buildings are often seen as the epitome of quintessential English life. Luckil

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Market Value of Home: Here’s What You Need to Know
Posted on 04th October, 2017

The market value of home is the price at which property will sell in a competitive market, in its current condition, wit

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Timber Decay: When should you be worried?
Posted on 03rd October, 2017

As the proud owner of an older property, the words “timber decay” are probably the last things you want to hear. Dis

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What Is Dry-Rot And How Do I Choose A Dry-Rot Expert?
Posted on 25th September, 2017

These are two questions we are frequently asked by clients who are worried they may have a problem with the dreaded dry-

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How to Use Paint & Colour to Make Your Skirting Boards Work for You
Posted on 22nd September, 2017

Home Improvement Tips: How to use paint and colour to really make your skirting boards and architraves work for you! For

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Is Commonhold better than Leasehold?
Posted on 21st September, 2017

Have you ever encountered the term ‘Commonhold’ when buying a flat? Even Conveyancing Solicitors rarely come across

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What’s All the Fuss About Peckham?
Posted on 13th September, 2017

Only a few years ago, the desire to move to Peckham would have earned you – at the very least – an expression of

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The Case For Commonhold Property Ownership
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Commonhold tenure has existed in English law for 15 years as an alternative type of property ownership to Leasehold. If

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