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Ed Davis, Co-Owner and contributor for Davis and Mac, a traditional Man and Van in London - www.davisandmac.co.uk

Things to Consider for Tenants That Move Abroad

23 May, 20170 Comments
If you are a private renter that is considering leaving the UK for a lifestyle surrounded by sun – you may want to consider a few of these suggestions that our friends at the man and van London have come up with before you decide on moving. Many private owners and renters consider moving out
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How Tenants Can Load a Van Safely When Moving Property

17 May, 20170 Comments
When tenants come to moving property, many of them prefer to hire a van and drive it themselves instead of hiring a local removal company. However, they are not always aware of the dangers that loading a van come with. Fortunately, we have had a lot of experience loading and unloading vehicles and have decided
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Upcycling – A Great Way to Furnish Rentals Without High Costs

08 May, 20170 Comments
As the property market gets busier and busier – Landlords and private homeowners are under more pressure to “provide more, for less” for their tenants. Fortunately, springs latest trend could be set to stay and it could significantly help private landlords furnish their properties without the need for high-end prices. What Is Upcycling? I’ve Never
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10 Useful Property Management Services That Every Landlord Needs

14 March, 20170 Comments
Everyone knows that a landlord has a lot of their plate. Managing a small portfolio of properties can be tricky enough, let alone a mass collection of 100+ buildings, whether that be residential or commercial. Fortunately, we have worked with Landlord Referencing to create a useful list of services and management services that every landlord
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Must-Do Repairs for Tenanted Properties

15 February, 20170 Comments
As a private landlord it is your responsibility to ensure that the safety of your tenants is never compromised. In previous examples, some landlords have preferred not to complete basic repairs for new tenants in let properties. Not only is this incredibly irresponsible but poses an incredible health and safety hazard. As a landlord there
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Moving Guide for Tenants

03 February, 20170 Comments
If you are new to lettings or property in general, there are a number of things that need to be completed before any sales or rentals can be agreed. If you are new to letting, then you may or may not be aware of this already. Typically, the most common areas that require action are
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Why Landlords Don’t Allow Pets

24 January, 20170 Comments
The bond between human and pet can often become unbreakable, with some pet owners willing to do whatever it takes to ensure the safety of their beloved furry friend. However, whilst 90% of landlords appreciate that pets are family members, there are many reasons for not allowing them into a rental property. This doesn’t mean
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Health and Safety Responsibilities for Landlords

18 January, 20170 Comments
When it comes to investment, many people turn towards the property market. However, the responsibilities of being a landlord can often become blinded by the future profits and investment opportunities. As a private landlord, you have a duty of care towards your tenants; making sure that the property is safe to live in and meets
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