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Do your children spend too much time indoors? Have you run out of ideas of how to spend free time with your family? Build a garden treehouse! You will have a great time while building it, and after it...
If there is one thing for sure, it is that no one is keen to forget about their tenancy deposit when moving out of a rented property. And by forgetting, we mean losing it inevitably. That sacred deposit is...
That “Old House” Smell Means a Problem That Needs Putting Right Some people dismiss a musty smell as an inevitable feature of an older house. But it is indicative of a problem that could damage your home and your health. Britain...
Be Alert to These Common Hazards in Homes and Businesses Fire kills around 300 people every year in the UK. Being aware of common hazards could save your life and those of your loved ones. The UK has a fire safety...
Starting April 1st, 2018, landlords in England and Wales who rent out poor energy-efficient properties will be banned. The new regulations come as the need for reduced energy bills and carbon emissions are important topics in the UK. Currently, about...
You are required to select a solicitor or conveyancer to shift the legal ownership of the asset from the dealer to yourself once an agreement is reached by you on a proposal. This process is called conveyancing. However, which...
Winter is coming and Britain is set to see quite a few storms this season. After the 80mph winds brought on by storms Ophelia and Brian, you can expect to see similar blasts sweep across the country soon enough,...
When you’re a landlord there’s a lot of things that you have to consider, from insurance to décor, maintenance to letting fees.. but have you ever considered the flooring in your rental property? The answer most times to this...
Recent data released by Connells Survey & Valuation indicates that re-mortgaging was the reason behind a large proportion of valuations in August. A further analysis of the data brings to light the fact that re-mortgaging valuations experienced a steady 3%...
Unhappy with the tax changes that have been set rolling since the start of the year, most UK landlords who own rental properties have urged the government to overturn these changes, even as they have called for better stability...