As a challenging year draws to a close, much of the property market is currently taking stock on the impact of the coronavirus so far and looking forward to what the future may hold.
Archive for 2020
There are likely to be two principal insurance issues whenever you are considering renovating or refurbishing an empty property: The issues are such that the standard forms of building and contents.
If a property is left empty for any length of time there is not only the apparent waste of an essential residential or commercial resource, there are also real financial costs.
Do you have a checklist of home maintenance jobs to be done at particular times of the year – as winter approaches, let’s say? It’s probably a good idea.
In the run-up to Christmas, property news continues apace. Landlords need to stay as alert as ever to still further rules and regulations appearing on the near horizon. Stamp Duty continues to claim…
The question may prove more pertinent and the answer a little more involved than you first imagined. Specialist block of flats insurance occupies a particular niche in the broader market of different
Landlords show their determination in retaining the right to repossess their property, soaring prices reflect a revitalised housing market, and house-hunters hone their preferences and search terms
Are you the landlord of a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO)? Such premises have a formal definition, which makes them subject to a whole raft of housing legislation, so it is essential to understand
The small print of an insurance policy rarely seems to make very interesting reading, but here are a few reasons why you might want to break your normal habits and take a closer look.
Unoccupied property can present more of a headache than at first it appears. You own the property that is probably the subject of a mortgage or other secured lending.
The Right to Manage is a valuable legal freedom available to leaseholders since it allows them to assume some of the responsibilities otherwise exercised by their freeholding landlord...
An official launch this month confirms the amalgamation of the Residential Landlords’ Association and the National Landlords’ Association to form the National Residential Landlords’ Association (NRLA)