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Thinking of Moving from London to Oxford?

Posted on 25th November 2022 by Master Removers

If your plans are coming together to venture beyond the M25, and Oxford is calling, here is a Master Removers Guide to help you consider the ease of this passage.  In the last few years in the race for space, people have been leaving London in increasing numbers.  The soaring house prices and inflated rental […]


UK Housing Market – Foreign Buyers Benefit From Weak Pound

Posted on 13th October 2022 by Master Removers

Ever since the pound plummeted, following the announcement in Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget that the top rate of tax was going to be reduced, there’ve been losers and winners. And chief among the latter are overseas buyers of UK property. Sterling may have rallied very, very slightly, thanks to the swift actions of the Bank of […]


What alternatives are there to bricks and mortar in 2022 UK? 

Posted on 21st September 2022 by Master Removers

Contents Van life and living on the road Houseboats Treehouses Tiny Homes Storage Container Homes Storage Solutions  Van life and living on the road  In the UK living on the road is becoming more and more limited.  As there are fewer sites where vehicles can be parked and more stringent laws against caravans and vans […]


8 Reasons to Use a Specialist Removal and Storage Service

Posted on 21st August 2022 by Master Removers

For most companies, general business removal or storage services will suffice for their needs. However, there are others that can’t afford to leave their business’s equipment in the hands of anyone except an expert. This can be due to the value of the items or the technical setup necessary to install and get the machine […]


Is A U.K. Housing Market Crash Coming?

Posted on 8th July 2022 by Master Removers

It’s the question that won’t go away. When it was asked earlier in the year, everyone’s fears were allayed and experts concluded that nothing worse than short-lived downturns lay ahead. It’s now reared its head again and this time the answers are not quite so unequivocal. But is or isn’t a crash in the housing […]


‘Right to buy’ – right or wrong?

Posted on 18th May 2022 by Master Removers

What’s ‘Right To Buy’? The Right to Buy policy, which hit the news at the start of May when it was revealed that Boris Johnson was considering reviving it (a tidbit dangled just before the local council elections), finds its origins in the early 1980s. It was unveiled by Margaret Thatcher at the start of […]


London Housing Market Predictions for 2022

Posted on 25th March 2022 by Master Removers

The housing market is subject to an overwhelming array of variables at the best of times, but recent years have thrown it one surprise after another, with covid following hot on the heels of Brexit and now the cost-of-living crisis and the war in Ukraine. It seems as if the moment one factor recedes, two […]


What Is The Cost Of Living Impact On Moving Home?

Posted on 18th March 2022 by Master Removers

Though they might initially seem unrelated, the cost-of-living crisis has some unexpected consequences for the removals and storage market. A recent Deltapoll survey, commissioned by PR firm, the London Communications Agency, reveals that most Londoners now cite the cost of living as their greatest concern, well ahead of other pressing worries such as housing, the […]


Should I Tip My Removals Company?

Posted on 7th February 2022 by Master Removers

When you’re moving house, there’s so much to think about it can becoming overwhelming; that’s just one reason why using a reputable moving company can make such a difference. With a good removals firm at the helm, you immediately get back some of that head-space; you can think clearly and breathe again, because so many […]


What Rights Do Tenants Have In The UK?

Posted on 8th December 2021 by Master Removers

It’s an issue that found itself centre-stage during the covid pandemic, when tenants were given a grace period, during which they were allowed longer notice periods, at first six months, and then – as the situation appeared to improve – four. Bailiff-enforced evictions were suspended.This was a gesture designed to recognise the difficulty tenants faced […]