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How to add value to your BTL property

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Whether you’re a seasoned investor or a first-time landlord, increasing the value of your buy-to-let will no doubt be a priority. When it comes to achieving a better rental rate, read on for the essential steps that will keep your property competitive. Pay attention to the market There’s little point styling your flat to suit […]

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New 3 year tenancy proposal could see London tenants losing out

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The government is proposing an increase to the length of minimum lettings agreements. If the change in regulation comes into effect, tenants will be able to secure a minimum 3-year tenancy term, with a 6-month break clause for tenants and landlords. The change has been proposed by the Secretary of State for Communities, Rt Hon […]

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How to find the perfect property manager

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In an agency sector where it’s increasingly hard to maintain an income and create new revenue streams, property management presents a way to keep money flowing into a lettings business. Whether you’re expanding your team or would like to offer property management for the first time, you’ll quickly discover that finding the right management candidate […]

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Changes to expect in the buy to let property market

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The buy to let and rental property markets are continuing to grow, as property investors increasingly turn to purchasing property as a safe choice of investment in these times of economic uncertainty. Since buy to let mortgages were introduced into the UK’s financial market in 1996, the buy to let and rental landscapes in the […]

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Who Is Responsible for damp in Rental Properties – Tenant or Landlord?

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Damp is one of those problems that affect many buildings around the country. No one wants to deal with it but if you are the property owner, you have little choice, especially if you are also a landlord because then the matter can get a little more complex. So, who is responsible for damp in rental properties?

 

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