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She has already succeeded in saving customers millions of pounds in fees and is set to change the way we sell our homes, forever.In 2015, Sarah joined forces with living solutions specialist, Hafele UK, to launch the Sarah Beeny Home Collection.'Icebreaker'"January is our busiest month anyway, as many single people make it their new year's resolution to find a partner," says Singles365spokeswoman Katie Mowe."However, the increase in traffic over the past two days has been very unusual, as typically they are quiet days for us - we are usually busiest at weekends.On our ten-year wedding anniversary last year, we had a massive row and decided to divorce!The pressures of work and parenthood had become too much.
He encourages me to be silly and we always get carried away… **It’s not so much about making money, It’s mainly about people who can’t afford to buy the house they really want so they get a similar house for half the price and transform it into a place that is just as good as the one they can’t afford! This year I’m writing a book on DIY, but after that I want to write children’s books. I’m hoping that I’ll get to 50 and be sitting there writing and not doing not much else!
The TV show charted the painful but extremely rewarding journey as Sarah and her family turned a total wreck into a unique and beautiful wedding and events venue.
Sarah spent much of her time in 2014 revolutionising the way in which we sell our homes, launching her online estate agency,
Since then, she and Graham have created a number of influential and exciting businesses. The site was a phenomenal success and pivotal in changing the UK’s attitude towards online dating.
In 2012, Sarah, Graham and their 4 sons opened the doors of their exquisite home, Rise Hall to allow viewers of Sarah Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare to follow their long-term epic restoration project.
It’s about taking an ugly duckling and turning it into a swan and not lumbering people with big mortgages. **I’m due to start filming a one-hour special about Rise Hall (a Grade II listed stately home in Yorkshire that Sarah bought to restore with her husband).