Many people believe that, should they choose an apartment to live, they will have to leave their green-fingered days behind.

Once you’ve had an offer it’s very easy to sit back, relax and start getting ready to move, but you’re now entering the sales progression phase.

Climate change is dominating the news at the moment, from the Extinction Rebellion protests in London to Greta Thunberg’s address to politicians at the Houses of Parliament.

Over the years we have strived to ensure that the experience our tenants have is a positive one.

If having over 170 regulations and legislation for landlords to follow wasn’t enough, the rules are constantly changing.

What will your new apartment look like? You have probably dreamed and dreamed of your new home, so you can describe it to a T.

We are continuing to see a rise in the number of people who work from home amongst those looking to buy or let a property.

Bath’s rental market is fast paced and strong, and to achieve a consistently good return it’s important you do all you can to attract potential tenants.

Buying a home for the first time is a huge decision, one that is emotionally charged, from excitement to overwhelm.

We live in an old city yet its heritage and vibrancy attracts people from all over the world, some of whom decide to make it their home.

Should you be thinking of renting your home in Bath you may understandably be cautious.

One of the misconceptions about apartment living is that you have to compromise on space.