From April 6th 2017, some new measures came in to force, giving local authorities more power over landlords. These include civil penalties, rent repayment orders, and the introduction of a database...
Archive for 2017
Have you ever wondered just where in the country homes are selling faster than anywhere else?
New research has revealed that the vast majority of Brits are unaware of the changes to mortgage tax relief being phased in from today.
It is not just a well-known English holiday resort, but also a place in which to live, start a family or even embark on some further education. Here are just some of the reason why Skegness might be t
There is nothing like a breath of fresh spring air for our thoughts of renovating, refurbishing, or at the very least redecorating our homes. With that new sense of hope in the air, it is probably one
From June 24, the fourth EU Money Laundering Directive comes in to force, implementing stricter anti-money laundering checks across several industries – which will potentially affect both tenants....
The let property industry was celebrating yesterday after the government agreed to make it mandatory for all lettings agents to put cash in Client Money Protection (CMP) accounts.
If you have been left a house in someone’s will, your thoughts are likely to turn to the need for the appropriate form of insurance to protect it against the risks of loss or damage.
Are you thinking about investing in Barking, starting a family there or pursuing further education? If so, here are some of the reasons why Barking in Essex might be the right choice for you.
A county court has upheld the use of an electronic signature in an agency agreement where a guarantor was disputing her obligation to cover a tenant’s rental arrears of £3,668.
If you are looking to escape the rat race, Somerset is an attractive place to live and the county town of Taunton is a gem. If you are thinking about moving there, investing in property...
Property, such as your home, which has been transferred into a trust is vulnerable to the same risks and perils of damage or loss as any other property. It too requires the appropriate form of insuran