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Guild Blog: How to Renovate on a Shoestring Budget

Wanting to make a good impression and make your home stand out in the crowd doesn’t have to cost the earth. There are numerous budget-friendly ways that you can use to make your property more appealing to potential buyers and increase your chances of selling for the highest possible price. You can make a big impact without spending big money, too. Subtle, well-thought-out and inexpensive updates are sometimes all that is needed to make a lasting impression and give you the edge in the market. Here are some budget-friendly updates … Continued

Guild Blog: Top Tips to Help make your House Move Less Stressful

So you’ve completed on your new home and can’t wait to move. You’ve even started thinking about how to decorate. There’s one thing you might have forgotten, though: you’ve got to move out of your home first. Between packing your things and preparing for your first night in a new home, moving house can seem overwhelming. However, moving from one property to another doesn’t have to be stressful. Read our tips to remove the stress from your moving experience. 1. Stay organised As with any daunting task, staying organised is … Continued

Guild Blog: Top Tips to Renovate your Property

Converting a derelict property into a beautiful home is a dream for many. But what do you need to know before embarking on a renovation project?    Renovation projects can be few and far between. When one comes on the market, many people may try to snap it up to make a profit or create their dream home.  Register your interest with your local Guild Member to hear about suitable properties as soon as they come on the market. Also, check your local auction house.   If you have seen Grand … Continued

Guild Blog: The Top 10 Ways to Add Value to your Garden

It is difficult for a garden to look beautiful in Winter however it can look tidy and have a little colour. Ideas of jobs you could be doing –  Generally tidy your garden –                                                                                    Get rid of the dead Christmas tree. Rake/sweep up any leaves left from Autumn. Cut back anything … Continued

Planning Permission Approved!

Are you looking for help and advice with drawing of plans, obtaining planning permission and project management? An increasing amount of homeowners are considering making changes to their homes rather than moving to a new property.  Below is one of the many projects which Joplings has taken from the very beginning, by drawing up plans to and successfully getting planning permission approved to inviting tenders from reputable builders and managing the build for our clients … Please contact us to discuss your next project     February 2018 Joplings has … Continued

Top Tips for Protecting your Home in the Winter

Top Tips for Protecting your Home in Winter … Check the roof.  Have any broken or missing tiles or slates replaced and other damage repaired.  Keeping the rain out is one of the most important things you can do. Clear out the gutters. Clear out leaves, moss and debris from rainwater gutters, downpipes and gullies.  Reset any displaced joints. Check the roof insulation. Birds, squirrels, rats and mice can displace the insulation in the roof, and so can we when rummaging about. Check the insulation and consider increasing it, as … Continued

Guild Blog: How can you tell if an area has good community spirit?

Both Ripon and Thirsk have shown true Community Spirit over October and November with the Halloween Pumpkin Trail and the Commemoration of 100 years since the end of The Great War.  Check out our page to see what the local area has been getting up to … https://joplings.com/lifestyle-magazine-silhouette-soldiers-by-john-durkin/   Buying a property and moving to a new area can be a daunting prospect. There is nothing that will make your new house feel like a home like making new friends and getting involved in local events. Being involved in the community … Continued

Guild Blog: Buying and Selling Over Christmas

Should I put my home on the market now or wait until after Christmas?   Many people think that trying to move house over the festive period is a mistake, but that is no longer the case. People have more free time and motivation to make a change in the New Year, so it can be a great time to buy and sell. Guild agents share their top tips.   Make your property visible online  If you are selling, your home needs to be listed and visible on all the … Continued

Guild Blog: Property Predictions for the Housing Market of 2018

Looking back over 2018, have the housing predictions from earlier in the year and before the Spring and Autumn Budgets come to fruition?       What will happen to the housing market in 2018? There are lots of housing predictions, from big growths to slight falls in house prices, but overall, most experts predict a slight rise in prices of around 1%. Find out what the big forecasters, RICS, Nationwide and Rightmove, predict in our quick video. Small house price increases mean that it is a good time to move. … Continued

Property of the Week – Low House, Westerdale, Whitby

Thirsk Property of the Week … Low House, Westerdale, Whitby … from your local #OneStopPropertyShop and The Guild of Property Professionals agency for #Ripon and #Thirsk  *** Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this unique property ***  Contact our Thirsk Office on 01845 522680 to arrange your viewing! Low House is a picturesque Grade II detached property situated between the village of Westerdale and Castleton in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. The property enjoys the most beautiful views overlooking Westerdale. Set within approximately fourteen acres of gardens and paddocks this really is a … Continued

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