New data from Rightmove has revealed the top 10 most searched areas for rental properties in 2017, based on prospective tenants browsing its website.
Archive for 2017
Whether you have in mind to build an extension, renovate your home or simply give it a decorating make-over, there may be any number of reasons for tackling such a project.
Claims on home insurance policies for loss or damage caused by escape of water account for more than one in four of all household claims says the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Major changes to Scottish law came into effect on Friday (1st December) that have been described as a "new dawn" for private renters by Shelter Scotland.
The latest data from the Key Retirement’s Q3 Equity Release Market Monitor shows that sales of equity release plans have increased in the three months to October 1st – an increase of 18% to £749m.
In an article posted at the beginning of the year, we forecast soaring property management costs as a third of firms in the business confirmed that they had already increased their fees. The escalatio
Insurance is in danger of being a “forgotten” or missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle when it comes to many people’s part in belonging to the UK’s fundamental financial systems.
Research by online lettings agents LetBritain, cited in an article by and published by Landlord Today on the 16th of November, reveals some disturbing gaps in the knowledge of many landlords about th
The winter season is upon us again and, with it, comes a time when many homeowners are likely to worry about the risk of flooding to their property in the wake of storms, heavy rain and rising river a
Whilst the goose is getting fat … how to beat break-ins, freezes and floods Christmas is a-coming and whilst the goose is getting fat, now’s the time to spare a thought or two for the safety, security
Home contents insurance – whether you are an owner occupier or a tenant – is always a wise precaution. At some times of the year, it may prove an even more sensible safeguard than ever.
How much do you reckon you might earn in a year as the originally-envisaged Airbnb host sharing some part of your home to the typical guest?