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How The Eviction Ban May Affect Landlords
Posted Jan 20, 2021

  On Friday 8th January, it was announced that eviction bans in England have been extended. Evictions could have started again on Monday 11th January, but the latest announcement means...


A Guide to Right to Rent Checks
Posted Jan 13, 2021

Before any tenancy can be agreed a right to rent check must be carried out by the landlord or agency to ensure the tenant has legal status to reside in the UK. Our guide to Right to Rent checks...


Why Physical Viewings Are Better Than Virtual Viewings
Posted Jan 13, 2021

  With the nation in lockdown once again, and the property market continuing to operate, it is likely virtual viewings will come to the fore again. There is no denying virtual viewings...


New Leasehold Reform
Posted Jan 13, 2021

  With new leasehold reform, millions of leaseholders will save up to tens of thousands of pounds. Many in the property industry feel this will make homeownership fairer, but will it come...


Overseas Buyers Buying Up London Property
Posted Jan 6, 2021

  Anyone looking to sell their home in London should always consider who the most likely buyer is. When you know who the most likely buyer is, and you present your home to their tastes and...


Increased Regulations In Lettings Sector
Posted Dec 22, 2020

  Increased Regulations In Lettings Sector - Agents Assistance Is Vital As of the start of 2020, landlords had to deal with 156 pieces of legislation. There has been a 32% in...


Buy-To-Let Remains A Solid Investment Strategy
Posted Dec 16, 2020

  There is never a bad time to reconsider your savings, but with so much uncertainty and turmoil in the economy, it is helpful for people to re-examine their savings strategy. This is a...


Periodic Tenancies
Posted Dec 16, 2020

  Periodic Tenancies – Difference Between Statutory And Periodic Tenancies The majority of rental agreements in the United Kingdom are for a fixed time period. While the fixed...


Unique Buying Environment Driving London Housing
Posted Dec 7, 2020

  With the stamp duty holiday in place, the London housing market has been extremely busy of late. While there have been some concerns that remote working will see people flee the capital...


How to make your rental property feel like a home
Posted Dec 2, 2020

Moving into a new rental home is an exciting time and there is a lot to take care of. But once you have settled in you will want to turn your attention to making it look and feel like your own. In...


Retiring Renters Represent A Growing Market
Posted Nov 27, 2020

  As a landlord, there are many things you need to consider. It is important you consider rental yields, and the type of rental property that is in demand. Recently, the demand for rental...


North West London Homes Paying For Themselves
Posted Nov 27, 2020

  The stamp duty holiday is encouraging many people to consider moving in the housing market. With the chance to save up to £15,000 on stamp duty fees, it is no surprise many...


Green Homes Grant extended for extra year
Posted Nov 23, 2020

  Homeowners across England will have until the end of March 2022 to have energy efficiency upgrades to their homes completed through the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme. Prime...


What are build-to-rent properties?
Posted Nov 23, 2020

Over the past 12 months there has been a big rise in the number of build-to-rent properties being developed around the UK. But what is build-to-rent and how does it work? We explain some of the...


Should the stamp duty holiday be extended?
Posted Nov 16, 2020

  There is no denying the stamp duty holiday has had a significant impact on the housing market. With prospective buyers having the chance to save as much as £15,000 on stamp duty...


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