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March 15th, 2021

Which types of property is it hard to get a mortgage for?

Most homebuyers require a mortgage to help them finance their property purchase. Each mortgage lender has their own criteria for lending money, and their willingness to approve your mortgage application will largely depend on your financial situation, your age and employment status. But even if you’ve been accepted, it doesn’t mean you can buy any […]

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March 2nd, 2021

Cracks in walls – when should you worry?

This article is for general information only and not intended as advice. Each property has its own set of unique circumstances, and all potential issues with regards to cracking should be investigated by a surveyor on a case by case basis before making any decision. Buying a property can be an exciting time – but […]

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March 1st, 2021

4 key things to check before you buy

‘Buyer beware’ is the principle that governs property transactions in the UK. This places the onus squarely on the buyer to discover any problems that might impact the purchase price, and even the decision to proceed, before it all becomes legally binding when contracts are exchanged. Buying a home is huge financial commitment, so it […]

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December 16th, 2020

Your Step-By-Step Guide To Making An Offer And Having It Accepted

Looking for your next home can be an exciting time, especially when you’ve found your dream property. But how do you go about securing the sale? Putting in an offer is a big step and before you ring the estate agent with the good news, there are several things you should do to maximise your […]

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September 10th, 2020

COVID-19 – Continuing to operate safely

We are continuing to operate with the highest consideration for public health Following our previous update regarding our reopening and policies for social distancing, we are continuing to operate with the highest consideration for public health. Our social distancing policies, along with procedures for safer property inspections, have been successful in their implementation and uptake. […]

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May 18th, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Phased Return and Putting Safety First Cosey Homes Chartered surveyors are now preparing to restart some operations from 26th May 2020. Over the coming days, we will be putting provisions in place to ensure our activities can continue safely. We will continue to comply with all government and RICS guidelines (more information can be found […]

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April 14th, 2020

COVID-19 Statement: Cosey Homes Chartered Surveyors

Temporary Suspension of Operations Since the emergence of COVID-19, Cosey Homes Chartered Surveyors has closely monitored the situation to assess the impact on our business, our customers and our colleagues. Cosey Homes are committed to protecting the interests of our clients, colleagues and friends, and as this unprecedented situation progressed there was a clear need […]

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August 19th, 2019

When is a RICS Condition Report the best choice?

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  A property purchase should always be a considered decision, regardless of whether you’re thinking of investing in a small city flat or a rambling country mansion. Depending on the type of property you are hoping to buy, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) recommends taking out one of three home surveys: RICS Condition […]

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February 4th, 2019

Why you should use a RICS surveyor

  A RICS surveyor is a must when you are buying a home, especially If it is your first time buying. If you aren’t fully aware of what a RICS surveyor does, then this article should answer some of your queries. What is the RICS? RICS stands for Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor. They are […]

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January 22nd, 2019

Declutter that garage!

Its normal to heavy a messy garage, however inconvenient it may be. In fact, 57% of all people with two-car garages only have room for one, if not no cars in them. This is because our garages tend to turn into a sort of dumping ground for thing’s we don’t want to get rid of, […]

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January 22nd, 2019

Start your spring clean a little earlier this year

Spring is nearly upon us, so why not start the cleaning early? As long as you are organised and tackle it in stages, it will pass much quicker than you’d think it would. Following this method should make your annual cleanse just that bit easier. Make sure to clean one room at a time, to […]

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January 9th, 2019

Saving money on your bills

Energy costs can really eat into your bank account if you aren’t careful. There are a few methods that can help you spend less money on your energy. Using less energy may seem like an obvious way to save money, but it’s easy to waste it without even realising. Just remember to do little things […]

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