Every week we'll be keeping you up to date with the movings and shakings of the property industry. That's what we'd say if we were a traditional estate agent. What we're going to do is translate what the press are saying and give you the facts to keep you informed and help demystify the whole industry. Wish us luck!
The Broca: It's an area full of artists, families, actors, small producers, creatives and lots of lovely warm people.
#VillageLondon meets Erin Essex of Broca Coffee about opening the first coffee shop in Brockley.
It's August Bank Holiday which means it's the Notting Hill Carnival and the SellMyHome.co.uk team will be there. Keep your eyes peeled.
A sure way to add a bit of culture and sophistication to your home.
Knock Knock News: Asian investors desert London, ‘relocation agents’ scrutinised, Marylebone emerges and Enid Blyton property up for sale
Asian investors desert London, ‘relocation agents’ scrutinised, Marylebone emerges and Enid Blyton property up for sale
We've taken a light-hearted and cheeky dig at our traditional counterparts and make no apologies for doing so. Here is the Ten stages to buying a house with a high street estate agent...
Each week the team at SellMyHome.co.uk recommend something to do in the capital, over the weekend.
While we may be coming more inclined to check the time on our phones, there’s a lot to be said for the humble wall clock, especially when they’re not only useful, but also adding an aesthetically pleasing touch to your home as well.
One of the biggest costs faced by people selling their homes is shelling out 1.8% of the price of their property on estate agents commission.
VillageLondon meets Julian Moore from D R Harris, London's oldest pharmacy
As a melting pot of skyscrapers, historical monuments and green spaces, there is no shortage of things to see in London. Whether you're looking from 42 floors up or from the top of a hill, there are plenty of places to visit to get a new perspective of the city.