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Archive for 2019
Under radical new amendments to current planning laws, property owners may be able to add two extra storeys to their homes without the need for planning permission.
Landlords are likely to find a stronger and substantially louder voice thanks to the merger of the two biggest pressure groups, the National Landlords’ Association (NLA) and the Residential Landlords’
The past year has seen relatively modest increases in both rents and the average price of properties, according to findings published by Property Wire on the 19th of September.
For many of us, owning a second property and using it as our holiday home is a real dream. It can also be one that’s reasonably attainable. However, there are some insurance issues to be aware...
If you are trying to sell your property but unrealistically ramp up the asking price, concluding its eventual sale is likely to take longer than ever.
Anti-social behaviour by tenants is the bane of many a landlord’s life, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA).
The end of September, we are reminded by a story in the Sun newspaper on the 17th of September, is traditionally the time for Freshers’ Week – which often extends into a fortnight – until the more…
Here is a selection of some of the more common questions relating to holiday homes and holiday home insurance.
Did you know that it is Fire Door Safety Week from the 23rd until the 29th of September? If you are a landlord, therefore, it may come as a timely reminder to ensure that you have grasped the importan
In an opinion piece on the 2nd of September, the National Landlords’ Association (NLA) was unequivocal in its condemnation of Labour party proposals to give private sector tenants the right to buy the
In a story on the 3rd of September, the Guardian newspaper revealed that many landlords are now charging their tenants a supplement on their rent if they keep a pet or pets.