Welcome to our regular blog. Over time, you’ll find articles on anything and everything to do with the rental property market, from why we believe allowing an estate agent to manage your property is the worst possible decision you can make as a landlord to the best way of approaching the interior décor of your property – and everything in between.
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Watching television these days, you could be forgiven for thinking that landlords and tenants are constantly at war with one another.
A report by the Independent newspaper today revealed that a third of privately rented properties in the UK fail to meet the national Decent Home Standard (DHS) – the most basic health and safety measurement there is for housing standards.
One of the things we’re most often asked about – by landlords and tenants – is the subject of redecorating a rented flat.
We all understand that life isn’t fair.
I awoke this morning and was surprised to find myself alive.
Imagine, if you will, that one day you find yourself in the happy position of being introduced to someone who can guarantee you financial security for the rest of your life.
Occasionally, whilst I’m browsing the internet, a pop-up site launches that offers me the chance to learn a ‘secret’ technique to play the binary options markets (whatever those are) and make me rich beyond my wildest dreams in just a matter of weeks.
Deep within the Garden of England, the great old county of traditional English values and quaint chocolate box houses that is Kent, stand around a thousand residential properties all owned by one particular investor.
According to a recent survey of two thousand tenants carried out by the lettings arm of Your Move, the most important factor in making the decision to rent a property.
As we meander to what I hope is an agreeably festive finale to 2016, it’s worth reflecting on a year that has seen seismic changes in our industry.