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The Which Guide to Money

This guide to planning of day-to-day finances looks at basic financial tools such as current and savings accounts and credit cards. Options for paying bills, home-buying, holiday finance, car-buying, student finances, pensions and debts are also covered, among other topics.

The Last Will and Testament Kit

In this country a staggering one person in two dies without a Will. Since first publication in 1994, thousands of people have bought the Law Pack Will Kit. It is the quick, economical and legally valid way to draw up a Will and to ensure the testator’s property goes to those whom he or she chooses after their death. It provides background on the law of intestacy and draws the reader’s attention to all the important considerations and procedures in will-making. Valid in England & Wales and Scotland only.

Stop Fighting about Money

Money has been cited as the main argument trigger in relationships. This guide examines how money can become a battleground, showing how couples can create their own "money culture", take account of their financial and emotional needs, and make money management positive rather than stressful.

Buying a House

This is a practical guide to buying a house. It explains clearly each stage of the process and gives an expert's view on how to avoid the pitfalls. Areas examined include renting and buying, estate agents, choosing the property, assessing value, negotiating, mortgages and completion. revised edition of the best selling guide to winning the negotiation game. It shows the reader how to pursue his own interests and keep his adversaries happy. A few principles will guide the reader no matter what the other side does, or whatever what tricks they may resort to.

Selling Your House

Almost everyone who has ever sold a house has a horror story to tell about the experience. This book aims to explain in clear language every stage of the sales process, and give an insider's view on how to avoid all the most common pitfalls. The book examines how to choose the right estate agent, how to set the optimum price for your property and negotiate an offer, and how to reduce the chances of the sale falling through.

Getting to Yes

A revised edition of the best selling guide to winning the negotiation game. It shows the reader how to pursue his own interests and keep his adversaries happy. A few principles will guide the reader no matter what the other side does, or whatever what tricks they may resort to.

Buying a Home when You're Single

This user-friendly handbook is a must-have for the single, divorced, or widowed person, because buying a home can be a daunting prospect. Written by acclaimed real estate columnist and author Donna Albrecht, this friendly, down-to-earth guide puts single home buyers at ease by demystifying the home buying process. With the help of many helpful checklists, worksheets, forms, and a glossary of key real estate terms, she helps readers determine their price ranges, how to evaluate various types of housing, what kind of mortgages are available to them and how to qualify for one, the pros and cons of working with real estate agents, and much more. She also tutors readers in proven strategies for working with agents and appraisers and negotiating a favorable price.

100 Surefire Improvements to Sell your House Faster

Discover simple, cost-effective home improvements to help sell houses quickly. Features inside tips from a variety of experts. Projects are ranked according to price with examples comparing what it would cost you versus hiring a contractor. Time estimates are given for each project. A chapter on tax consequences and advantages is also included.

The Complete Home Buyer's Bible

Buying a home from the ground up - tells you absolutely everything you need to know about every aspect of buying any type of home . . . step-by-step and in plain English