How To Save My Garden

When you purchase your first home, it is highly common that for the first time buyer budget the garden may not always be up to standard. Today, we are going to share with you some tips on saving your garden on a budget.

Firstly, you should not go out and purchase loads of tools to save your garden. There are only a few select tools which will be essential. These tools include scissors, a fork and hand shovel. Scissors will be used to cut back any messy weeds. A fork will be used to make the ground softer to plant grass seed. A hand shovel will be handy for removing unwanted weeds.

You will also need to decide between real or artificial turf. Real turf will be the cheaper option for you due to only needing to purchase grass seed. Planting and growing your own grass will help your garden to improve fast.


Purchasing Your First Home

Purchasing your first home can be a very daunting process, with not many first time buyers truly understanding what purchasing a property entails. Today, we are going to share with you what buying a property entails and how to make this less stressful.

Firstly, you will need to have a decent-sized deposit saved up. This is normally 10% of the property value. On top of this, you will need to have money saved up for the goods you wish to purchase for your home, as well as money for solicitor fees.

When purchasing your first home you will also need to hire a solicitor. A solicitor will help you with all of the legal documents which need sorting when purchasing your first home.

Finally, the fun part of purchasing your first home is buying all of your furniture. When buying larger items like sofas or a table there can be a long waitlist so this will need purchasing ahead of time.