This week we put together one of our favourite types of episode – listener questions!
Prompted by voicemails that you sent in, we answered:
We had a lot of fun answering these, and if you’ve got a question of your own it’s not too late! Just click here to record a voice message straight into your computer, and we’ll answer in a future episode.
We talk a lot about what fans we are of Evernote as a note taking app. But if you’re a big user of Google products already you might want to try Google Keep as an alternative.
For some reason it’s not very widely known, but it works well for capturing bits of information you don’t want to forget. One particularly cool feature is that you can set certain notes to remind you about things only when you’re in a particular location. So you won’t be bugged about picking something else to take to the office unless you happen to be at home.
Give it a try and let us know how you get on!
In the news this week there’s been lots of talk about a property “bubble” in the media, but prices aren’t rising everywhere. This story identifies the 20 areas where prices have fallen furthest in the last year. Perhaps surprisingly, it includes some prime London boroughs as well as the usual suspects like the North East.
Join the conversation
Do you have your own perspective on any of the questions we answered in this episode?
We’d love to know, so join the discussion in The Property Hub!
Subscribe in your favourite podcast app to get every episode automatically sent to your phone.
Share your thoughts on this episode – and find out what others are saying – in the Property Hub Forum.Go to the forum
Did you enjoy this episode? Then please leave us a review: it’s the best way to say thank you, because it helps others find us.
To show our appreciation, we’ll read out your review on the show! Learn how to leave a review in Apple Podcasts.