What is tenants Insurance and is it worth it?

28 June, 20170 Comments
You may well have heard of home insurance and contents insurance, however, did you know that it is equally as important for tenants to ensure that their property is fully insured? This guest post has been created to help provide a little extra guidance on what tenant insurance is and why you should consider it
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5.8m households expected to rent privately by 2021

19 June, 20171 Comments
A new report has revealed that one in four UK households will be privately renting by the end of 2021. At the moment around 5m households (21%) are currently living in privately rented accommodation, a quarter of whom are families with children. As property prices continue to rise and wages stagnate, the annual report from estate
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3 Essential Renovations for Landlords

21 March, 20170 Comments
If you’ve just invested in a buy to let and are naturally looking to attract the best paying tenants you can find then you’ll obviously want to have the flat up to spec. You might even be planning to renovate in order to make it appeal to a larger group of friends (ie by adding
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Keeping up appearances: easy ways to boost your home’s value

18 November, 20160 Comments
When it comes to the value of your home, there’s plenty you can do to up the asking price before you’ve even put it on the market. The value of your property may be dependent on a host of factors outside your control, but there are plenty of simple and quick things you can do
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Using Software to Grow and Diversify Your Property Portfolio

16 November, 20160 Comments
Developing a professional property portfolio takes a lot of time and skill. Whether you are handling a handful of suburban households or a fleet of apartment complexes in the city, you will need to deal with varying costs and rental agreements. Taking stock and keeping track of each individual property will become an important part
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5 Gift Ideas For The New Homeowner

27 June, 20162 Comments
If you’re looking for a gift for a friend or family member who has just moved in to a new home, then it may be tempting to go for a potted plant, or the typical ‘Home Sweet Home’ hanging sign – and whilst there is nothing really wrong with either of these, there are only
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8 most likely people to meet in a house share

30 April, 20140 Comments
  Gumtree infographic 8 most likely people to meet in a house share is an infographic that was produced by Gumtree Follow them on twitter @Gumtree Related topics: Rent Smart – a handy guide to renting WARNING | Increasing number of fake landlords operating on Gumtree Landlords must reference to avoid these new potential
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Should You Use A Letting Agent?

23 April, 20140 Comments
Do you consider yourself a professional landlord? If you let any kind of property, you should; even if you let just one house, you are subject to the same legal requirements as property developers with a whole string of property under their belts. Of course, career landlords will have trusted agents or employees to take
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What can you do when hell is on your doorstep?

02 April, 20140 Comments
In the UK our neighbours can often live too close to home; outlined last night by Channel 5’s new series “The Nightmare Neighbour From Hell”, revealing the traumatic, shocking, humourous and occasionally bizarre experiences of victims of nightmare neighbours. With 1 in 5 of us having been in an argument with our close neighbours, out of
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