How to Decorate Property for Rent

Friday, September 3rd, 2021

It’s no secret that buy-to-let property is an amazing investment. It’s not quite as simple as buying a property, finding a tenant and kicking back to count your money, though. To attract – and, more importantly, maintain – a tenancy, you’ll need to do some decorating. This is a different approach to decorating your own […]

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Viewing a rental property: 38 questions to ask

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

The rental market is booming. With competition between potential tenants fiercer than ever before, it can be all too easy to jump in feet first without doing any sort of due diligence. Then, post move day, issue after issue pops up – dodgy heating, trouble with transport, noise outside at night. Here we’ve put together […]

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Student – your landlord refuses to return your deposit, now what?

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

So you had more than a fair share of parties into the early morning. And you may have been slightly late once or twice with your rent. But other than those things, you’re pretty certain you’ve been a perfect tenant (you even transformed your student hovel into a home, by reading this blog). Yet every […]

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How to avoid nightmare tenants: The ultimate landlord guide

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

Becoming a landlord isn’t all easy money and living it up, in fact, it’s nothing of the sort. Being a landlord can be stressful and the chance of a nightmare tenant setting up home in your property can lead to sleepless nights and lost money. Here we provide quick-fire tips for ensuring you have the […]

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Bolster your rental yield with the right interior design

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

If you’re wondering just how you can present your property for maximum rental yield then it can be tough to know where to begin or what style to choose. Let’s demystify just what it is that tenants are looking for when searching for a rental property. 1. Colour – Go neutral A neutral colour scheme […]

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Tenants: Must Read Tips For Getting That Deposit Back

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

The end of tenancy checkout – it can be a daunting prospect. After even a short time of living in a property you may have noticed that everyday wear and tear has taken place without you barely realising it. What makes this even more intimidating is that you’ll likely not notice the toll that your […]

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Moving Tips For University Students

Sunday, August 30th, 2015

September will see thousands of students up and down the country start their studies again. The inevitable start of the school year means many will be moving to a new home. For some students this will be the second or even third home of their university experience. Having dealt with more student moves than we […]

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Estate Agents Procedure: Letting and Buying Homes and Flats

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

Before anyone gets to the point of booking a man and van York to help with moving into their new home, there’s a lengthy procedure that needs to be completed. From getting an accurate valuation all the way through handing over the keys, this guide takes you through the process of selling a property step-by-step. […]

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Top Tips for Tenants and Landlords when Moving House

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Recently the news has been filled with many horror stories surrounding tenants and landlords. Previously only a small percentage of people rented privately but that figure has now soared. Many are naming the rental market as the wild west of the property market as until now very few rules and regulations existed. More reliable and […]

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