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Rossendale Business Awards

Nominated for a Rossendale Business Award!

Wow! Coppenwall has just been nominated for the Valley at Work award at the annual Rossendale Business Awards. Our managing director has also been nominated for most Enterprising Woman. Fingers crossed we get to the finals. Thank you so much to our nominations!!    

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9 essential autumn DIY tasks for your property

Ranging from high temperatures in the summer, and freezing temperatures in the winter, our homes really taking a beating throughout the year from the weather. This makes autumn the perfect time to show your home some love and attention. Check out our list of 9 things you should be checking for in Autumn. Exterior walls

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How to buy a house – where to start?

How to buy a house There is nothing more exciting and terrifying than trying to buy your own house. Take things one step at a time, and you’ll find things aren’t as scary they originally seemed. Affordability Everybody is a tourist online when looking at homes. We’re all guilty of looking through a listing of

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finding houses

How to find houses under £100,000

Getting on the housing ladder can be a daunting task for many young people, and you may feel like everything is out of your price range. But there are lots of gorgeous properties for under £100,000, so with a bit of effort, you will be surprised at the house opportunities available. Relocate Increasing your search

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Stay-cation review: Largs, Scotland

We’ve recently visited the small sea-side town of Largs in Scotland. We were so impressed with this place, we though we would write a stay-cation review. Transport Largs is located roughly 240 miles away from Manchester, and we had a relatively simple 4 hour drive to get to the town. You can also get the

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offers

Negotiating an offer – how low should you go?

When it comes to making an offer, the advice usually given is to, “offer 5 – 10% below the asking price”. This system is now very antiquated, and not relevant to the modern house negotiation. To negotiate professionally, you need to research the property to push the asking price in the right direction. So what

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