Moving home is well known to be one of the most stressful experiences that people go through, so WhatHouse.co.uk has teamed up with a number of suppliers to provide information and services required when moving home.
Amongst the companies currently listed on the new section of the website is 1st Property Lawyers, a specialist conveyancing firm, providing legal advice for anyone buying or selling a home. Whilst they are not a traditional high street legal firm, they offer a similar service but combine such an approach with top level technology.
The Whathouse Regulated Mortgage advisor can help people find the correct mortgage package for them. You can submit your details for a no-obligation discussion with a regulated advisor and kept help on the best mortgage for your needs.
And of course anyone who is buying or selling a home will need a removal service. Whathouse.co.uk is working in partnership with HousetoHome UK removals, who hover a flexible and personal removals service to take some out of the stress of your moving day.
ScottishPower are also one of the partners on this new venture, making it easier for their customers to manage their electric account by providing online access so clients can input their own meter readings, see their bills online, track energy consumption and easily change their details when they move home.
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More partnerships and information services will be added overtime to make this a one stop resource for anyone moving home. It is a welcome addition to the WhatHouse.co.uk website, which already offers visitors the ability to search for new build properties for sale across the UK, either by area or price range. The website details new build houses from many of the country's top builders and each year hosts an awards ceremony to recognise those who have contributed to the housing business.
The website also gives important and easy to understand information on the various affordable housing schemes run by the Government in conjunction with house builders and offers good explanations of shared equity schemes and rent to buy options.