You’ve got drawers full of bank statements and old letters, it’s not going to be glamorous sifting through all this. Here's a few ideas so that you can improve every part of your home this spring.
Archive for 2015
Unoccupied property insurance is a vital aspect for any landlord to be aware of. As, in recent years, many property owners have become accidental landlords, many of the finer details of insurance.
If you’re considering becoming a landlord you will most certainly need to get landlord insurance. This is a specific cover that protects your property investment when occupied by tenants.
An issue which arises often is maintaining gutters and drains. These are an essential system which protect your home from water damage, so if these are not in good working order, you could have issues
Have you ever thought of the benefits of a repossessed property? They can be 30% cheaper than the regular price and it means you can have a range of properties in your portfolio in a range of places.
People have decided that it’s time to boost their income by renting out their properties on the side, and we think you might want to consider it. With a monthly average of £678 in rent, it’s not bad.
As a new bill to change insurance policies may be passed through the House of Lords by March 2015, some people are feeling a little bit confused about it, so we are going to try and clear it up.
It can be very discouraging as a landlord to feel like you don’t have a leg to stand on, however there are legal options for landlords who are being refused rent.
Do you think a few of these celebrity landlords would be interested in some of the advice we have to offer? With the lowest rate at £8,000, I think they have it covered.
We are more than aware of the damage caused by burst pipes and water escaping. It can happen to any of us, due to frozen water in the pipes or a faulty drain, so we all need to be prepared.
There are so many questions and worries that anybody would be sent to despair, so we have put together a few questions and answers so that you can prepare, or bring your self back from a flood.
We have all heard of energy efficiency. We think about turning our lights off and recycling, but how do we manage to bring the efficiency rating up in our homes so that they comply with new standards?