Staging will allow prospective buyers to see the full potential of your home. Below are some insightful DIY home staging tips that any DIYer can apply without breaking the bank.
According to an article in natlawreview.com, the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has put forward a proposal for a public register showing beneficial ownership of foreign entities or companies that buy or who already own property in the UK.
According to an article in World Property Journal.com, a delegation of UK developers and investors is due to visit the Middle East, attending events designed to reinforce trade links between the two regions. Last year investment from the Middle East into the UK reached AED 15.1 billion.
An article in property reporter.co.uk reveals that the latest report from BrickVest has shown commercial real estate in the UK is still sought after, in spite of a small fall in popularity since Brexit.
More people are living longer and many want to be independent in their own homes and smart home devices may be helpful. An article in CNET.com highlights the various ways that smart devices could help seniors enjoy their retirement and to safely remain at home.
the business community in the UK is showing a greater interest in smart technology. The article highlights the results of a PricewaterhouseCoopers survey showing that one-third of industrial firms intend to invest more than £1 million in distributed energy solutions by 2022.
This spring will see IKEA venture into smart home technology and an article in The Verge points out that it’s every bit as inexpensive as you’d expect. Instead, IKEA is focused on providing consumers with the best value for money with its wire free smart kit.
Since 2009 over $1 billion has been invested in implementations for blockchain-based applications and this technology is growing rapidly. Some 60% of this funding has occurred since the beginning of 2015.
Wearable technology has been around for a few years now and many people find these devices extremely useful, but the next era will see the introduction of E-skin or electronic skin.
According to an article in the Huffington Post.co.uk, the answer to this question is a definite yes and smart home technology does need to be made more secure. It’s easy to see the benefits of smart home technology, especially door locks