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South Wales Estate Agent Set to Open Third Branch

16 May, 20170 Comments
As we enter our 8th year in business, we wanted to take the time to thank the continuous help and support of Welsh Estate Agency Rybec Homes – as well as congratulate them on the latest news that they’re in the process of opening a third estate agency branch. With sales and lettings branches already
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Top Five Ways to Be a Great Landlord

31 January, 20170 Comments
To be a Great Landlord means to be a good Landlord to keep his/her tenants happy. There is a saying, “To be happy, make others happy,” so property owners are no poles apart. Being Great Landlord needs money, time, and effort, and it will be rewarding if it assists the property owner to keep the
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Innovative lettings ‘Passport’ enables councils to house more and save more

18 November, 20160 Comments
Local Authorities and Housing Associations across the UK can now access a brand new solution to help many more low income renters find new homes and save public funds, through The Ark Passport. Did you know that UK councils have spent £3.5 billion on temporary housing over the last 5 years? With the introduction of Universal Credit
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Rent Safe UK launch new Buy to Let Portfolio Building and Contents Insurance

03 October, 20160 Comments
Owning multiple properties is the dream for most landlords. Although, alongside the many benefits, it can be a real hassle trying to sort out insurance for each separate property. Rent Safe UK Portfolio Building and Contents Insurance is perfect for landlords who own large portfolios of either residential or commercial or a mixture of both.
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Failing to pay the rent is the most common rule broken by PRS tenants

21 September, 20160 Comments
New research from Direct Line Landlord Insurance reveals that one in seven renters have broken one or more rules set out in their tenancy agreement, with failing to pay the rent ‘topping the chart’ of the most frequently-cited rule broken by PRS tenants. Worryingly, 11% of renters surveyed claimed that they were unsure whether they had actually
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5.5m private tenants at risk of rent arrears – even if they work

19 September, 20161 Comments
Landlords are being warned that a growing number of working tenants are at risk of falling into arrears because they would fail to qualify for housing benefit if something went wrong. A recent report by a large insurer has found a rise in the number of working people at risk of being unable to pay
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Insurers detect 2,500 fraudulent claims a week

14 September, 20160 Comments
The number of fraudulent insurance claims rose to 2,500 a week last year, according to industry figures. In total there were 130,000 fraudulent claims, up 6% on 2014, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said. Dishonest motor claims remained the most common crime, accounting for over half the total. But fraudulent claims for injury, supposedly
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