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.

It is said that home is where the heart is, but in reality, we know that it’s more than that. We long to find a place we belong, it doesn’t matter whether that’s for a few months or several years.

From the grandest estate to the smallest studio, we all have a place that we call home.

Every day we walk the streets of Bath; every day, we see the same faces, as well as those that like to visit our incredible city.

A New Year sees many of us making and breaking resolutions. We see the New Year as a time for introducing new habits or changing old ones.

A week or so ago would have marked the birthday of the beloved novelist, Jane Austen. As we know, Bath held a special place in her heart, which is why our city still honours her today.

Lettings is often a tricky business, the success of which can be completely transformed through listening and a good old fashioned conversation.

You may be tinsel-tangled, present-prepped, and chocolate-crammed, but before the dusting settles on those mince pies, if you’re thinking of selling, it’s worth making sure your home is prepared for the busy viewing season ahead.

The thought of finding a mortgage can seem daunting – especially if it’s the first time you’ve done it – so we’ve come up with a few top tips to help you prepare for a mortgage appointment and set you on your journey to buying a new home.