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How frequently do people move house in the UK compared to Europe

Posted on 5th June 2024 by Master Removers

How inclined are people in the UK to settle down in one place? Are the figures different for owners as opposed to renters? And how, in our moving habits, do we compare to our Continental cousins? Similarly, what does this mean for the UK housing market, and what is the need to offer more homeownership […]

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Self-storage vs container storage: Is self-storage worth the extra money?

Posted on 25th April 2024 by Master Removers

These days, more and more people are choosing to store their things when they are moving, downsizing, between moves, or simply needing some extra space. Using storage can have several benefits, not least helping to reduce the stress of the moving day. However, with various options, knowing which type of storage is best for you […]

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Moving House with Children – The Complete Guide

Posted on 30th March 2024 by Master Removers

Moving house is a major life event, and relocating with children can sometimes pose additional challenges. Children may feel anxious about leaving their current home and making new friends or starting a new school in a different area. From telling them about the move and helping them to deal with change to getting them engaged […]

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Rising Rental Costs and Affordable Homeownership Options

Posted on 20th February 2024 by Master Removers

Rising costs are a constant lately, and this is something tenants know all too well. However, with the latest round of rent increases, some will undoubtedly consider getting onto the property ladder. But the odds for would-be first-time homeowners aren’t great either, with mortgage rates increasing and an already challenging process of saving for a […]

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Your Internet Connection After Moving – Secure the Lifeline

Posted on 29th January 2024 by Master Removers

Moving throws all manner of things into uncertainty, with the dust often not settling until well into the first year or even beyond. There can be issues relating to furniture that doesn’t fit (or look right in) your new property, complications with post still showing up at your old home, a new area with which […]

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What Can I Do For The New Owners of My Old Home?

Posted on 28th November 2023 by Master Removers

When you’ve closed the door on an old home and are in the midst of unpacking and sorting yourself out in the new, the predicament of the people who’ve bought from you may be the very last thing on your mind. Contracts have been signed and it’s too late for any turning back, so what […]

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Why Storage Really Makes For A Successful Home Renovation 

Posted on 10th October 2023 by Master Removers

Renovation and/or refurbishment requires several key ingredients if it’s to be completed on time and within budget. Foremost among them are planning and forethought and the hiring of reputable and reliable help. But there are other variables that can have a huge impact, for good or ill, on your project, including the time of year […]

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Moving Made Easy: The Best Months to Move House in the UK

Posted on 16th July 2023 by Master Removers

Moving house can be a time-consuming process, requiring months of preparation. However, amidst the chaos, many overlook the significance of choosing the ideal time of year for their relocation. Surprisingly, even newcomers to moving can find the answer with a resounding “yes” – a wealth of reliable information exists online, guiding them in making this […]

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Changing UK Housing Preferences: How Remote Working is Transforming the Market

Posted on 18th June 2023 by Master Removers

Remote working has become a prevalent phenomenon in today’s fast-paced world. With advancements in technology and changing work culture, many individuals are embracing the flexibility and freedom of remote work. This popular trend allows employees to carry out their professional duties from the comfort of their homes or any location of their choice.

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