Even though estate and lettings agents have been given the green light and the property market has resumed with a flurry of activity, the Government has made it clear that it is not quite business as usual and virtual viewings should still be used to view a property initially before making the decision to view in person. While it is now possible to conduct physical viewings, until the COVID-19 pandemic has been overcome, the property market will be a far more tech-orientated version of its form...Read more >>
The UK has embarked on the road to recovery. In England, the housing market has re-opened, pupils are slowly returning to school and non-essential shops are set to open their doors on 15th June. The rest of the UK have also begun to ease lockdown. It will take time for consumer confidence to return but we are heading in the right direction. Click here to view the full housing market report. Are you looking for your dream property? Fine & Country has offices all over the world. Cl...Read more >>
For many, it has been almost twelve weeks since lockdown began, waving goodbye to our workplaces, and setting up workstations in our homes. Although we are being told to accept this as the 'new normal', we know that it is also important that your house remains a home. Here are our top tips for separating business and leisure within the same four walls: Clear your workspace Although some will be fortunate enough to be working from a home office or dedicated workspace, many people's wor...Read more >>
With the effects of lockdown leaving many feeling dissatisfied with their home, you may be looking to move, either to the beautiful countryside for a tranquil retreat or to a home with a more suitable home office space or a generous garden to spend quality time. With this in mind, we've prepared a guide for those thinking of moving home during lockdown: Start your search online If you're dreaming of your perfect home, the chances are, you have already been browsing beautiful properties online...Read more >>
Homeware and ceramics brand Denby knows a thing or two about elevating staying in. With the UK's eateries closed for the forseeable future, Global Marketing Director, Hayley Baddiley, shares some top tips for recreating the restaurant experience at home. The average Briton goes out to eat 63 times a year, according to CGA, so it's little wonder that many of us are missing restaurant experiences during lockdown. However, many aspects of the restaurant experience can be easily replicated at home....Read more >>
The world is full of beautiful places with gorgeous landscapes and stunning architecture. But what places combine landscape with liveability? To live successfully in an area, you need more than just a pretty space. Tourist attractions, local culture, and history must all combine in a lovely location to create a truly beautiful place to live. Read on to see the top 20 most beautiful places to live in the world. 1. Seoul, Korea Starting our list is Seoul, one of the biggest cities in Korea. Seoul has a vibrant culture and is known for its spicy food and equally spicy nightlife. In the looks department, Seoul is certainly no slouch. The mountains around the city seem to go on forever. 2. Cape Town, South Africa Another city nestled between the mountains and the ocean, Cape Town is one of the most liveable cities in Africa. It offers plenty of fantastic food and nightlife for tourists and residents alike. The natural beauty of Cape Town is difficult to beat. Whether you&rsquo...Read more >>
Even though estate and lettings agents have been given the green light and the property market has resumed with a flurry of activity, the Government has made it clear that it is not quite business as usual and virtual viewings should still be used to view a property initially before making the decision to view in person. While it is now possible to conduct physical viewings, until the COVID-19 pandemic has been overcome, the property market will be a far more tech-orientated version of its former self and virtual tools and tech will continue to be a part of the home buying process. Even after coronavirus, we could see many using virtual viewings during their home search process to narrow down one or two homes that they would want to visit in person. A consumer survey conducted by Atomik Research among 2,002 respondents from the UK, all either a homeowner or renting their current property, revealed that one in two people would be open to view a prospective property via a virtual...Read more >>
House prices differ in each and every region of the UK. From city pads to chic country homes, we reveal 10 properties worth £1 million. 1. Burton, Dorset, 5 bedrooms Burton Cottage is a fairy-tale Grade II Listed thatched cottage which has recently been completely renovated to provide the perfect countryside residence, set within just over half an acre. The magical property benefits from multiple triple-aspect rooms, modern technology features and a large wrap-around garden. 2. Bicester, Oxfordshire, 5 bedrooms This detached 17th-century farmhouse is set in a secluded location offering 1.17 acres of mature gardens and paddock land. The home is situated merely minutes from nearby major rail network links and easy commuting routes. 3. Chilcote, Leicestershire, 7 bedrooms Rock Farm is a stunning Grade II Listed period farmhouse with a separate annexe, all set within a 3/4 acre plot with breath-taking countryside views. The property also offe...Read more >>
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