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London is one of the most famous cities in the world and with its cosmopolitan lifestyle it comes as no surprise that it is also one of the most multicultural capitals competing with New York and Toronto. It is...
As Dorothy said there is no place like home and having a safe, comfortable home is a priority for everyone. With this in mind the Welsh Assembly Government and Cardiff Council, supported by the 21 other Local Authorities in...
Unless particularly knowledgeable about property services, the majority of people are unaware of the intricacies of residential property lettings, and of the importance of using an experienced, qualified and independent letting specialist when renting or letting a property. According to...
‘Buy to Let’ and ‘Let to Buy’ are established phrases familiar to many. However, according to one of the UK’s largest letting specialists, Leaders, ‘Let and Rent’ is rapidly becoming the new catchphrase; as many people wanting to move...
Following the recent findings in the Rugg Report, The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) has welcomed discussions with Iain Wright MP – The Housing Minister responsible for the private rented sector in order to drive forward the better lettings...
Even in such an unpredictable market as this, the chain of events around the interest rate cut by the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee earlier this month was unprecedented. On 3 November, the Treasury published arrangements for managing...
Small landlords deliver real value to the private rented sector by achieving lower costs than institutional providers and offering a service that is at least as likely to promote tenant satisfaction, according to the Rugg review published last month....
Major recommendations to improve the Private Rented Sector for both tenants and landlords are being published today. The independent review into the Private Rented Sector (PRS), headed by Julie Rugg of the University of York, recommends a new drive to...
Desperate property developer forced to give away £1.7m apartments The UK property slump has forced a Devon developer into extreme measures to recoup the costs of building four luxury apartments worth £1.7 million. Cliff Rawlinson is giving away all four in...
- Renters make household bills one of their top decision-making factors - - Forget noisy neighbours and sunny homes…..it’s bills, bills, bills… - - Energy Performance Certificates for the rental market from 1st October – New research shows that 79% of renters are worried about...