21 tips for buying a property in Britain with the least hassle




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Buying a property is always going to be stressful but now the British market is going absolutely bonkers.


Soaring demand and a lack of supply in the housing market is creating a vortex of competition for homes and prices are rising astronomically as a result.

Things are so insane that the price of a property could rise by the thousands from the moment you put the offer up to the time you move in.

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors revealed in its RICS Residential Survey for October that "property is going to be even more unaffordable" in five years' time.

The Office for National Statistics said the average price to buy a house in Britain is now at £284,000 ($431,874). Meanwhile, the average price for buying a property in London is now at £522,000 ($793,849).


It's really time you got on the ladder, if you haven't already.

So, if you're thinking of buying a property soon, here are some top tips to not only make your life easier but also help you bag that dream property without any regrets.