The sun is starting to shine and the days are getting longer. Spring is finally on the way so now is a great time to start spring cleaning your home. For many, a spring clean may feel like a chore but it doesn't have to be as Propertynews.com share their top tips on how to get your home sparkling for the warmer months.
There are many good reasons to try to reduce your energy and heating bills over the winter. Firstly, of course, it is important to reduce the amount of money that you are spending on any bills, but another good reason is to reduce the amount of energy which we are using in general. This, in turn, can help to reduce the impact that we are having on the environment which is another excellent reason to try to save energy.
As the nights grow darker and the days get colder, now is the time to start prepping your home for the winter months. Here at Propertynews.com, we have compiled a list of ways that you can prepare your house for winter!
Propertynews.com have teamed up with Electric Ireland to highlight the different energy wasting items in your home and how to save on your utility bills. There are several items in your home that are quietly draining electricity and running up costs that could be avoided. By making simple changes to energy consumption throughout your home, you may be able to reduce your energy bills and live smarter.
Architects across Northern Ireland are opening up their practices between now and the end of May to raise funds for cancer research, as part of an initiative being organised by the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), PLACE, and the Jill Todd Trust. Ask an Architect sees architects offer their skills to the public in […]
Buying your first home is an incredibly exciting time, especially in Northern Ireland as mortgage borrowers take advantage of what continues to be the most affordable homebuying region in the UK. According to the latest figures from UK Finance Regulated Mortgage Survey, the average home loan for first-time buyers in Northern Ireland is £101,000. When […]
If you’re ready to buy your first home, you already know the mortgage piece is crucial. According to the latest figures from UK Finance Regulated Mortgage Survey, the average home loan for first-time buyers in Northern Ireland is £101,000*. The mortgage process, with its many steps and decisions, can often feel overwhelming, especially for first […]
Are you ready to take the leap and purchase your first home? According to the UK Finance Regulated Mortgage Survey, the average loan size for first-time buyers in Northern Ireland is £101,000, so getting a mortgage is a crucial piece in the home-buying process. Making the decision to get a mortgage and to start the […]
First-time buyers in Northern Ireland are taking advantage of what continues to be the most affordable home-buying region in the UK. The average first-time buyer in Northern Ireland will get a loan for £101,000*, so getting that first mortgage is not only a milestone for first-time buyers, it’s a necessary step for their financial future. […]
Energy-efficiency may not be top of your list when moving into a new home, however, in the long run, it could save you much-needed extra cash for those DIY jobs and any new décor that is needed. Local energy company Electric Ireland share their #SmarterLiving energy-saving tips to get you off to a good start […]