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Five Ways to Find a Trustworthy Estate Agent in Cheshire

In this three-minute read, we list five things Cheshire sellers should look for in an estate agent. It pains us to say this, but a recent survey found people were more likely to trust a traffic warden or a lawyer than an estate agent. When it comes to telling the truth, it seems that only politicians have […]

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Top Tips to Keep Calm When Selling Your Cheshire Home

In this three-minute read, we show you how to keep calm and in control when selling your Cheshire home. With April being one of the most popular months for sellers to market their homes, it coincides with Stress Awareness Month. This annual event recognises the dangers of modern-day stress and provides valuable coping strategies. Moving […]

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What to do when your home isn’t selling – 8 steps to boost your marketing

You did it: you found an agent you liked, who loved your home and valued it at a price you were happy with. They put together an impressive marketing plan and the ‘For Sale’ board has been invitingly positioned at the end of the drive for a while. It seems like you’ve done everything right, […]

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How DIY Projects Can Help Sell Your Home in Cheshire

In this three-minute read, we look at some simple and affordable projects to help sell your home faster and probably for a higher price, too. It’s DIY Day on 3 April and if you’re planning to sell your home, here are six easy things you can do yourself to help sell it quickly. They are […]

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Seven Stories from the Pandemic to Make People in Cheshire Smile

In this two-minute read, we look at the ingenious ways communities pulled together during the pandemic to spread joy and raise spirits. In years to come, when we talk about living through the pandemic, we’ll no doubt mention face masks, home-schooling, and Zoom meetings. But let’s not forget the countless examples of kindness and resourcefulness […]

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How to Get the Most out of Your Stay-at-Home Holiday in Cheshire

In this three-minute read, we look at how you can use your garden to make a staycation feel like you really are getting away from it all. The last year has left many of us more in need of a holiday than ever. While things will slowly start getting back to normal, there remain plenty […]

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Fives Positives to Ponder on the International Day of Happiness

In this two-minute read, we look at how the pandemic has given us a greater appreciation for life’s little pleasures. As tomorrow is the International Day of Happiness, let’s tune out from the negative headlines for a moment and reflect on a few positives. The theme for this year’s event is Keep Calm. Stay Wise. […]

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How to Get Top Price for Your Cheshire Home This Spring

In this two-minute read, we reveal five steps to prepare your home for sale in spring (part two of a two-part article). If you’re planning a spring move, get ahead of the competition by preparing your property for sale now. You’d be amazed how a little bit of planning and elbow grease can influence the […]

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British Breakthroughs That Changed the World

In this two-minute read, we look at some of the milestone moments in British scientific history. It’s British Science Week this week so let’s celebrate the pioneering men and women who have changed the world. As science buffs in Cheshirewill undoubtedly know, Britain has a long tradition of invention and discovery.  The list of breakthroughs […]

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Top Tips for Selling Your Cheshire Home This Spring

In this two-minute read, we look at ways to prepare your home for a successful spring sale (part one of a two-part article). If you’re planning to put your home on the market in the next few months, now is the time to spring into action (see what we did there?). Traditionally, the property market […]

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