How to Improve the Water Pressure in Your Home

How to Improve the Water Pressure in Your Home

Low pressure water is not something you should have to live with. Slow water dripping listlessly from taps can be incredibly frustrating when you’re trying to shower, wash the pots or even simply wash your hands.
The MUSTS for decorating your home

The MUSTS for decorating your home

If you’ve just moved in to a new home, then the chances are that the decoration is not to your taste.
First-Time Buyers Increasingly Using The Internet

First-Time Buyers Increasingly Using The Internet

The survey revealed that people were increasingly leaving the office during their lunch break, as internet access became blocked at work, for people working in larger corporations. This was reflected also by a higher percentage of people whom accessed the internet after working hours.
Service At Your Finger-Tips

Service At Your Finger-Tips

Are you Selling, Letting or Buying? My First Home, are uniquely placed to get you moving. We have a highly motivated team, with many years experience and expertise.Whatever the housing market, our ultimate objective is to help you.
More Affordable Housing Proposed For First-Time Buyers

More Affordable Housing Proposed For First-Time Buyers

A planning application for around 100 homes in the Hendon area of Sunderland, England is being proposed, with work expected to commence on site in the autumn 2008.
How Emotions Affect Your Decision in Buying a Home

How Emotions Affect Your Decision in Buying a Home

Your emotion plays a significant role in home buying process. According to some experts, there are at least eighty percent of people bought their homes through their emotions. The emotional factor is considered as the scariest financial decision in life when purchasing a home for the family.
As Seen on...

As Seen on...

The latest state of Britain’s property market detects changes in the house prices as seen on television and news papers all over UK. The rise on home prices affects people and struggling to buy a home.


Government Try To Use Agents As HIPS Scapegoat!

Image by myfirsthome via Flickr The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) is infuriated that the Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG) has decided to try to use estate agents as a scapegoat for Read More

Image by myfirsthome via Flickr The number of people out of work and claiming benefit in Britain fell for the 17th successive time last month. The labour market held up in the face of the Read More

Image by myfirsthome via Flickr If your dream is still to buy a home one day but you need help getting on the property ladder, a shared ownership scheme is a possibility. Many council tenants Read More

Lovell Has Good News For First-Time Buyers

Image by Ferdi’s – World via Flickr Lovell is the country’s leading provider of affordable housing. The home builder specialises in mixed tenure developments operating at the cutting edge of urban regeneration to create truly Read More

XFACTOR Leona: It’s Alright To Rent

Image via Wikipedia Leona Lewis, the 22 year old winner of the popular British television talent show The XFACTOR, has become Britain’s biggest selling debut artist. With the most played song on radio around the Read More

Bovis Homes Profit Declines

Image via Wikipedia Bovis Homes announced that its pre-tax profit declined last year to £123.6m at end of 2007, compared with £132m in 2006. Bovis Homes is one of the UK’s oldest and most successful Read More

New Homes: From £70,000 for First Time Buyers

Image via Wikipedia Redrow Homes, one of the country’s most respected property developers, is offering affordable one- and two-bedroom stylish new homes to first-time buyers. The homebuilder’s award-winning “Debut” range offers purchasers the opportunity to Read More

Carbon Zero Homes Set To Become A Reality

Image by myfirsthome via Flickr Following talks between the Government, home builders and environmental groups, The Home Builders Federation said continual discussions between the Government, home builders and environmental groups is gaining strength as they Read More

Government Supports English Partnership

Image by myfirsthome via Flickr The government is supporting English Partnership’s proposals on future brownfield development. New development on brownfield land has risen significantly from 60-75 per cent since 1997. Following these excellent figures, the Read More

     Mortgage Payers: Struggling homeowners facing mortgage arrears and repossession are being tempted to consider a “mortgage rescue” scheme from independent companies. This typically involves a sale-and-leaseback deal which offers mortgage payers a financial lifeline by Read More