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Renting? You need to know this

12 Sep, 2017

Although we do all we can to assist movers, it can still be a daunting prospect for some with lots of paperwork to look at and checks that need to be made.

Tenancy Deposit Scheme. Keep Yourself Protected

9 Aug, 2017

With more and more legislation being brought in by the government landlords have to be savvier with their property investment.

The Tenant Fee Ban. What We Think

8 Aug, 2017

It appears that the government intends to push ahead with the proposal to forbid all letting agents from making any charge to a tenant for what are usually referred to as ‘admin’ or ‘referencing’.

Why It's Sometimes Better to Rent Rather Than Buy

17 Jul, 2017

Research from the latest English Housing Survey (EHS) shows that around 20% of the population are now private renters.

There can be some great advantages to renting over owning a house. Here are some of our thoughts why...

How to Keep Your Tenant Happy

14 Jul, 2017

Keeping a tenant happy is well worth the investment as continuously replacing tenants can be costly. Letting agent fees, periods of vacancy, inventory checking, deep house cleaning, check in and out costs and admin fees all add up to a cost that will have you baulking.

Do You Have a Good Relationship with Your Landlord?

23 May, 2017

A recent survey carried out by property rental experts HomeLet which surveyed tenants for their views on the rental sector received a total of 20,000+ responses and a few answers that weren’t expected.

Tenant Fees, How Will a Ban Impact the Market?

20 Apr, 2017

Like every other letting agent, we currently charge an administration fee to incoming tenants which covers the significant cost of referencing, preparation of documents, credit checks and everything else required before a tenant moves in.

Still No Date Set on Letting Fees Ban

9 Mar, 2017

It's been more than a month since the Housing White Paper was published and the widely anticipated letting fees ban still has no date set in stone. Introduced during last year's autumn statement the initial reaction.

Tenancy Deposit Protection - What is it and what protection do I get?

16 Feb, 2017

When renting a property many landlords require that you give them a deposit. This is often 4-6 weeks’ rent - which can amount to over £1,000.

Not many people have this kind of cash spare so knowing that your deposit is safe and that you will get it back at the end of your tenancy is important.