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  • What Happens When You Can't Pay the Rent?

    One of the most serious situations you can find yourself in when you are a tenant is being unable to pay your rent. When this happens, it's called going into rent arrears.

  • Idyllic property location – Worcestershire

    This week’s idyllic property location brings us to the West Midlands county of Worcestershire. Worcestershire is largely rural and borders Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Gloucestershire. It also borders the Malvern Hills to the west and the northern edge of the Cotswolds to the south, as well as two major rivers, the Severn and the Avon, flow through the county.

  • What to Consider When Selling a Property Renovation Project

    If you’re planning to sell a property that’s in need of a lot of work you’d be right in thinking there will probably be a lot of interest in the property when it’s advertised. But, there’s also a lot to consider, including when to rethink an asking price. And, in the case of inherited properties, how to obtain a grant of probate, the timeframe of that and being transparent with your estate agent a...

  • London and UK House Price Divergence Hits £300K

    While there may be much talk about a slowdown in Prime London house prices following the Brexit vote in 2016, don’t be fooled into thinking that means house prices in the capital have become much more affordable. In fact, figures from Lloyds Banking Group show that the house price gap between London and the rest of England and Wales, has widened sharply over the past 20 years to more than a quarte...

  • Buy-to-let cash purchases on the rise

    Among landlords specifically, more property purchases are being made without resort to mortgages than in any time in the last decade. Why are more landlords buying in cash, and what could this mean for the market?

  • What's Really Happening in the UK Housing Market?

    The UK’s housing market is the subject of much debate, news coverage, surveys and reports. While this wealth of information can mean anyone who’s interested can become – and remain - well informed on what’s happening, there are times when the raft of headlines can say different things. When that happens, you can start to wonder what’s really happening out there?

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  • More quick fixes for common household problems

    There are plenty of common home maintenance issues that you can try solving yourself before you start calling the professionals out. In a blog post last week we covered quick solutions for running toilets, washing machines that won’t drain, and boiler breakdowns.

  • Idyllic property locations: Staffordshire

    This week we are going to be looking at idyllic property locations located throughout Staffordshire. Staffordshire itself is located in the West Midlands and finds itself landlocked, with Cheshire to the North West, Derbyshire and Leicestershire to the East, Warwickshire to the South East, Worcestershire to the South and Shropshire to the West.

  • How to Approach a Property Renovation Project

    Taking on a property renovation project is a big decision, particularly when it’s your first one! We’ve pulled together a few tips and details to help you remember the difficulties you’ll face along the away, as well as the end result you’re aiming for. There will be problems but you’ll also learn a lot about the property renovation world – and yourself too! But, provided you make the decision wit...

  • Rents Rises to Outpace House Price Growth

    The latest housing market survey from the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors, shows an interesting, mixed bag of developments in the UK’s housing market during January. The headline prices balance, which measures the proportion of responding surveyors who say house prices rose, hit +25, little changed from the +24 in December.

  • Birmingham City Centre Living Grows in Popularity

    While the UK’s housing market is set to face some severe headwinds from Brexit and President Trump’s term in office, a recent conference hosted by property research firm JLL said that despite that, there would likely be a few Northern hotspots. Birmingham was named among the top three UK cities that could expect a better than average property performance in the next couple of years.

  • Tenants Guide to Bolton

    Located in Greater Manchester, in the North West of England, the former mill town of Bolton is positioning itself as one of the fastest growing towns in the United Kingdom.

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  • Tenants Guide to Ely

    With a cathedral that dominates the skyline for miles on end, and some of the most breathtaking medieval architecture anywhere in the UK - if not Europe - Ely is a charming and beautiful city located in Cambridgeshire.

  • Tenants: Cheap Ideas to Furnish a Property

    If you've just moved into a new rental property in 2017, you may well need to furnish it. But we all know that January is a lean month – so how can you furnish your property on the cheap?

  • Can a tenant legally change your lease?

    As more and more leases are exchanged and even signed as electronic documents, some tenants are ‘sneaking’ new terms into their leases before signing.

  • 5 things to consider before you leave your managing agents

    With margins on buy-to-let getting tighter, and agents threatening to ramp up their fees now that they can't charge as much to the tenant, many landlords will be gazing gloomily at their accounts and wondering whether it's time to do a bit more work and save a lot of money.

  • Idyllic Property location – Surrey

    For this week’s idyllic property location we find ourselves in the southern English county of Surrey, known as one of the Home Counties bordering Greater London. Surrey also shares its border to the east with Kent, to the south east with East Sussex, with West Sussex to the south, Hampshire to the West and Berkshire to the north east with Guilford the county town of Surrey.

  • UK House Price Growth and Expectations Slow

    The latest housing market report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, shows a mixed bag with house prices still rising in much of the country, albeit at a slower pace, while London house prices fell. At the same time, expectations for prices over the first quarter of the new year were particularly subdued as activity weakened during December.

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  • Refurbished One Bedroom Flats Prove Popular In London

    The level of residential rental stock in Central London rose in the final three months of 2016 and was 25% higher than a year earlier, data from industry data firm LonRes, analysed by London Central Portfolio (LCP), shows. The increase in stock comes as the softer London property sales market has led to more home-owners opting to rent their properties out than sell them.

  • Tenants Guide to Sunderland

    Nestled at the mouth of the River Wear, Sunderland is a bustling coastal city overflowing with warmth and potential. It sits around 15 miles from Newcastle, but has a personality distinct from its boisterous neighbour and fierce footballing rival.

  • A new first rung on the property ladder?

    As property prices continue to rise faster than incomes, securing a traditional mortgage for your first home becomes harder than ever. Crowd-funding is much talked about as a way to invest in a high value property without the huge initial cost, but is it viable?

  • Idyllic Property Location – Northamptonshire

    This week we have move from the north west of Cheshire to the East Midlands county of Northamptonshire and is known for being the southernmost county based in the East Midlands. Northamptonshire finds itself landlocked between eight other counties of England, with Warwickshire to the west, Leicestershire and Rutland to the north, Cambridgeshire to the east, Bedfordshire to the south-east, Buckingh...

  • Is it better to buy and renovate or buy a ‘ready to go’ let?

    This is a question often posed by investors and there simply isn’t an easy answer. To a large extent, your decision will depend on your financial position, but it is also likely to be governed by what’s happening in your local market at the time you are looking to buy.

  • Properties on contaminated land

    Land contamination is something homebuyers and solicitors are becoming increasingly aware of. Buying a property on ‘land affected by contamination’ sounds like an alarming prospect, but it doesn’t have to be – the term covers a broad spectrum of sites, and while some will pose genuine risks, others will be perfectly safe. Decent conveyancing, coupled with modern environmental standards, mean you’r...

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Report urges Chancellor to consider abolishing stamp duty

    The UK Chancellor should consider abolishing the UK’s “punitive” stamp duty tax while the government needs to address and simplify the country’s complex planning laws, a report from a UK think tank said. The Tax Payers Alliance (TPA) – which was formed in 2004 – has put together a report and recommendations for the reform of the UK’s housing market. It comes during what is widely considered to be ...

  • Tenants Guide to Bangor

    With its proximity to some of the most beautiful natural settings in all of Wales, its low crime rate (with the lowest number of burglaries in the UK), and its vibrant social scene, it’s easy to see why Bangor has become such a desirable place to live. 

  • Top Three Buy to Let in Peterborough

    Peterborough, according to Peterborough Today has recently been voted as one of the top three places to live if you are commuting to London.

  • UK house prices fell in July but tough to attribute the cause during the summer lull

    July house price data has now been published by a number of closely followed lenders and housing professionals, and the results aren’t great.

  • Idyllic places to buy property in Somerset

    With last week’s topic focused on the beautiful northern county of Cumbria, this week we are almost 300 miles away in the south west of the country in Somerset.

  • Tenants Guide to Nottingham

    Like neighbouring Leicester, Nottingham once also punched above its weight in the world of football, delivering back-to-back European Cups in 1979 and 1980.

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