November 2018

Tenants With Pets: What To Do?

It’s thought that nearly half of all households in the UK are home to some kind of pet, whether that be a cat, dog, fish or micro-pig! Research has shown that keeping a pet in a rented property was the fourth most important issue raised by prospective... read more

Carrying Out Rental Valuations

Carrying out rental valuations as a landlord can often be an extremely daunting task, and it’s often difficult to know where to start. There are two ways that you can approach carrying out rental valuations that we will go on to discuss below.   Using Property... read more

Q:: Why should I buy 10 new apartments in Broughton Place?

  Q:: Why should I buy 10 new apartments in Broughton Place? A :: It's a pure investment and a very presentable development. It is NOT off-plan and it's ready now with a mixture of 1,2 and 3 bedroomed apartments. Purchase price under £1.5m with projected annual... read more

A Checklist For New Landlords

Becoming a landlord can be a scary and daunting task. There many regulations and rules that need to be followed to ensure the safety of both your properties and protection from the law. Below we have composed a checklist of things that need to be considered on a room-by-room... read more

Screening, Vetting and Credit Checking

You’ve met with a prospective tenant and they appear to be perfect, all smiles and well-presented, but we all know that you can’t take them at face value. You have to make sure that you screen them thoroughly to ensure there are no issues once the lease is signed. Here are... read more

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