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Spring Newsletter – Property Market Update

24th March 2021

I think it is safe to say that 2020 was a year like no other for obvious reasons! And from a property market point of view certainly a year which has defied expectations – with the UK experiencing its strongest annual price growth recording since the summer of 2016. To close out 2020, December alone saw over 129,000 homes change hands which is 32% higher than December of 2019 – this only added to what is always a mad rush in the middle of the month to hit clients exchange deadlines so they could enjoy Christmas with peace of mind.

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Are Your Tenants Behaving In a Tenant Like Manner?

18th January 2021

We hear a lot about how we should behave as landlords and agents – there are numerous rules, regulations, and laws about how we should be conducting ourselves and our business. But something we don’t hear about so much, and that causes many headaches when you’re dealing with tenants and properties, is something called ‘Tenant Like Manner’.

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Section 11 Repairing Obligations – what you need to know

15th October 2020

Under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, all landlords in the UK are expected to agree to a set of rules which ensure that tenanted properties are maintained and repaired up to a good standard. Here, we will take a closer look at what your responsibilities are as landlord, as well as what is and isn’t included in Section 11 of the Act.

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Are More People Renting In Their Home Towns?

14th December 2019

There have been several reports recently suggesting that young people are opting to rent closer to where they grew up, rather than relocating to search out better job prospects. These same reports say that this is largely down to the steep rise in rent over the past 20 years – but how true are the claims, and what does it mean for landlords with properties in less affluent areas of the UK?

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Should I concentrate on capital appreciation in buy-to-let?

16th February 2017

The growth of the buy-to-let market isn’t slowing down, as the housing shortage in the UK continues. Because of this, you now see a lot of information out there to help landlords get the best rental yields for their properties, but interestingly there is less information on capital appreciation. More associated with buyers and vendors, capital appreciation is also a factor that landlords need to consider when they invest in property, now more than ever.

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The Election of Donald Trump: Will it affect the UK Property Market?

9th December 2016

If you were to sum up 2016, in one word, what would you say? It’s certainly been full of surprises. Britain rocked the country by voting to leave the EU, David Bowie passed away and the world is still trying to get it’s head around the fact that Donald Trump was elected President of America.

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