reallymoving.com launches First Time Buyers guide
January 26, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsIn an effort to help first time buyers onto the ladder, reallymoving.com has put together an extensive guide for first time homeowners. One of the UK's leading home-moving service providers, reallymoving.com's guide covers the entirety of the home buying process; from dealing with conveyancing solicitors and surveyors to arranging home removals.
The guide also includes a lengthy first time buyer glossary designed to explain the most important moving jargon at every step of the buying process.
First time buyers confused by the conveyancing process can read an article that guides readers through the procedure step-by-step. Many potential first time buyers are also put off by the threat of negative equity. reallymoving.com's first time buyers guide details how new homeowners across the UK can try to combat negative equity. These are just two of the many useful resources available to those looking to buy their first home.
Rosemary Rogers, director of reallymoving.com, said: "For most people, buying their first home is one of the most exciting chapters in their lives. That's why we decided to provide a simple yet comprehensive resource to those thinking of taking that first step.
"Our first time buyers guide covers all of the main issues before you buy and throughout the buying process right through to completion.
"At reallymoving.com we have processed almost a million instant quotes for moving home services since we launched back in 1999. Our years of experience have allowed us to give something back to our customers."
The full first time buyers guide is available on the reallymoving.com website. It is also downloadable and printable in PDF format.
Launched in November 1999, reallymoving.com has become the nation's leading provider of instant quotes for home moving services. For conveyancing quotes, removals quotes, home surveys, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and more, visit reallymoving.com and save precious money on your legal, surveying and removals fees.