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Archive for 2019
If you own buy to let accommodation, or if you are looking to sell your home, the road to success lies in effective marketing. To achieve that success, therefore, you also need to know what buyers and
Oxford City Council is stepping up its hunt for rogue landlords in a bid to wheedle out those offering sub-standard, overcrowded or quite simply dangerous accommodation.
Wales followed England’s lead in banning landlords from charging tenants fees with effect from the 1st of September, reported the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA).
Considerable confusion often arises with the mention of mobile homes and whether their owners may use them as permanent places of residence – in other words, live in them the whole year around.
September is upon us. Autumn is just around the corner, bringing with it the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, according to the poet John Keats.
Energy efficiency is growing in popularity among homeowners who are attaching greater priority to reducing their carbon footprint, revealed Property Reporter on the 28th of August.
The Government is aiming to encourage more first-time buyers onto the property ladder by making it easier to progress through the stages of shared ownership, reported Property Wire.
July’s House Price Index updates potential hotspots for landlords looking to invest in buy to let property in different parts of the country.
The system of Universal Credit welfare benefits is being held responsible for a growing number of private sector tenants falling behind with their rent...
In what follows, the main characteristics of lodge insurance will be clarified.
In response to the phased withdrawal of mortgage interest tax relief on buy to let mortgages, more and more landlords are acquiring properties through company purchases...