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Are Online Estate Agents as Cheap as You Think?

Are Online Estate Agents as Cheap as You Think?

The use of online estate agents is growing in popularity across the UK, so much so that if you took a drive around any town near you right now you would likely see boards from companies like Yopa, HouseSimple, Emoov and others on various homes for sale. The appeal of online agents is obvious, they save you money. But do they save you as much money as you might think?

A simple look at the different types of credit card – Infographic

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As much as we all like to avoid taking on credit when possible, there is no denying that credit cards can be useful things to have, as they offer extra protection when shopping online, can be good for financial emergencies and they can also provide very cheap access to credit when used in the right way. And I guess that’s the key really, using them in the right way to make your credit card work hard for you, rather than the other way around.

Selling a House Online - Who does the viewings

Selling Your House Online – Who does the viewings?

More and more people in the UK are choosing to sell their house via an online estate agent rather than going down the traditional route of using a high street agent. The reasons for this are simple, most people want to save money by avoiding hefty commision costs. One question that would-be sellers often have, however, is ‘Who does the viewings when you sell your house online?’ Does your chosen online estate agent take care of them, or do you have to do the viewings yourself? Let’s answer that question for you.

Will Brexit happen? And its importance on the global financial trading market

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During the month of June within the year of 2016, British Prime minister David Cameron did something that not many people outside of England thought was a very good idea, in fact, many people still think that what David Cameron did was a massive mistake.

What to Do If You Get a Retail Store Parking Ticket

What to Do If You Get a Retail Store Parking Ticket

There’s nothing more disheartening than opening up your mail, only to find that one of the envelopes contains a parking fine for £50, £60 or perhaps even £100! What’s worse is when you have received it from a retail store car park where you had been genuinely spending your hard-earned cash. This is exactly what happened to me recently so I thought I’d let you know how I managed to get the parking ticket cancelled and how you might be able to do the same.