What is a twindig and how can it help me?
In this podcast, I discuss how a twindig can help homeowners to:
Manage their homes,
Keep up to date with the value of their home
Keep up to date with local housing market trends, and
How a twindig can speed up the buying and selling process when the time comes to move
Twindig: Keeping up to date with the value of your home
Your twindig will show you how the value of your home has changed since you bought it, by showing you the value today if the value of your home has moved in line with your local housing market.
We would always recommend that you consult an estate agent to get a full valuation as they will be able to assess the value of improvements you have made to your property, but the twindig market move price should provide a helpful starting point and allow you to track house price trends
Twindig: Keeping up to date with local housing market trends
In the market analysis section of your twindig we provide you with details of the most active streets in your area, the most expensive streets in your area and the most expensive sales in our area, just in case you want to keep up with the Jones's...
You can also track how your property has performed against the market
Twindig: Helping to speed up the buying and selling process
When the time comes to sell your home and move on to your next one your twindig is your friend. As you know, there is a lot of paperwork required to buy and sell a home, and a lot of dull admin to do. Let the twindig take the strain. You can upload all the documents you need to your twindig and safely and securely share them with those who need to see the (i.e. your conveyance, your mortgage advisor). No more 'it got lost in the post or is held up in central filing'.
Many housing transactions fall through because the right paperwork is not in the right place at the right time. However, with your twindig it can be in the right place at the right time helping the buying and selling process be a little less stressful.
You can learn more about twindig by listening to the Home Stretch Podcast