Herald - Issue 374

v THE HERALD - SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES v 20th June 2019 • The HERALD • Page 67 v ON THE HOME FRONT v FAMILY HOME A good sized family detached house within walking distance of Hythe village centre. e accommodation consists of entrance hall, cloakroom wc, lounge/dining area, kitchen and utility room on the ground oor. On the rst oor are three bedrooms and a shower room. To the front there is a ample parking on driveway with access to garage, there is a small patch of lawn with shrub beds. e rear garden is east facing, with a patio area, raised lawn area with shrub beds, steps to further raised area with slabs and shrub beds with mature shrubbery, large shed, side access. e property also bene ts from gas central heating and double glazing. O ered at £341,950. To book a viewing call Paul Je reys on 023 8084 8555. Refurbished Detached Bungalow Completely renovated and detached bungalow in Holbury with no onward chain. Bene tting from multiple car driveway, four bedrooms with en-suite to master bedroom, open plan living/kitchen area with orangery roof, four piece bathroom suite, spacious rear garden and detached garage. is property has to be seen to be truly appreciated. On the market for £359.950. Please contact the sales team at Hythe &Waterside Estate Agents on 023 8084 5434 for more information. The Buying Process: A Step-by-Step Guide 1. Work Out How Much You Can A ord 2. Get a Mortgage Agreement in Principle 3. Choose Your Home 4. Hire a Solicitor 5. Make an O er 6. Have a Survey and Valuation Done 7. Do Any Necessary Legal Work 8. Arrange for Life Assurance 9. Finalise Your Mortgage 10. Exchange Contracts 11.Organise Your Move 12. Finalise Your Contract Details 13. Move In! Before You Begin... if you are selling a property as well as buying one, and the purchase of your next home is dependent on selling, it is strongly advisable to sell your home before you get down to serious house-hunting. If not, you could end up frustrated and disappointed, as well as having noticeably less money in your bank account. If you are moving home, possibly the last thing you think of is to arrange to have your mail re-directed. However, with the increases in identity fraud, it is certainly something that should be high on the list of things to do. Even if you have a good relationship with the people buying your home who may forward post to you for a while, any mail going to your old address can put you at risk of identity fraud. Action Fraud recommends redirecting your mail for at least a year, to signi cantly reduce the risk. Redirection forwards all the mail sent to your old address to your new one and you can redirect your mail for 3, 6 or 12 months. Re- direction of mail can be arranged even a er you’ve moved. It can be done online, by post or at your local Post O ce ® branch. For more details visit www.royalmail.com MAIL MATTERS