Landlords forced to join a redress scheme
Letting Agents have been required to join a government consumer redress scheme since October 2014. There are currently two redress schemes in the U...View Full Details
Finding the perfect rental property
Whether you’re a seasoned tenant or looking for your first property, finding a home to rent is an exciting time. But there’s a lot of think about b...View Full Details
How to manage a rental property
As a landlord, you’ll want to enjoy a consistent and reliable income from your rental property by making sure your tenants want to stay after a fix...View Full Details
A tenant’s guide to renting
A tenant's guide to renting: Moving into a new home is an exciting time for any tenant. You’ll have found the perfect property and be ready to put ...View Full Details
The benefits of buying a new build property
Now is a great time to buy a new build home. A recent survey found that 90% (1) of new home buyers would buy a new build property again and over 83...View Full Details
What is residential surveying?
In this blog, we’re going to focus on one area: residential surveying. Anyone buying or selling their property will probably need to use a surveyor...View Full Details
How to sell your house – top tips for moving home in 2019
Selling a property can be a stressful process. There’s a lot to remember, including sorting your finances and marketing your home in the best possi...View Full Details
Landlords: are you up-to-date with legislation?
Landlords letting residential property need to make sure they stay up-to-date with a huge amount of legislation. Laws are changing all the time, so...View Full Details
Tips for tenants: How to find your ideal rental property
As most properties available to rent are now listed online, it’s easy to find your ideal rental home, right? Not necessary. Browsing over glossy ph...View Full Details
House prices rise at fastest rate in almost a year, says ...
House prices in the UK have increased to their highest rate in almost a year, accelerating at an annual rate of 3.7 per cent a year. This was the f...View Full Details
How landlords fared in the 2018 Autumn Budget
Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his budget with confidence this month, stating it would “open a new chapter in our country’s economic future.”View Full Details
Asking prices jump to a record high for the third month i...
Asking prices of newly marketed property in Britain hit a record high in June, jumping for the third consecutive month. Data from the property sear...View Full Details
Clerkenwell Becomes HotSpot For Cash Buyers
Clerkenwell is attracting a new surge of wealthy Londoners who are prepared to pay for their properties in cash. With nearly 6 out of 10 homes n...View Full Details
Budget 2017 - What it means for the property market
There has been much discussion around the contents of the Annual Budget and what it will mean for us all. What it specifically means for each perso...View Full Details
Lettings fee ban not to be implemented until May 2019
In November 2017, theÂ government announcedÂ its proposal to ban letting agents from levying fees on tenants. A draft bill introduced to Parliament...View Full Details
Can millennials really save for deposits by giving up the...
The word deposit isn’t exactly the favourite word of many property buyers, particularly first-time buyers.Â Data suggestsÂ that potential first-tim...View Full Details
Why early spring is a good time to put your home on the m...
When’s the best time to put a property on the market? Some argue early spring is one of the optimum times of the year to put a home up for sale.View Full Details