Letting Agencies: Why Landlords Need Them

In the past, landlords had more freedom to manage their own rental properties. These days, however, there are strict rules and legislation which may prevent them from doing so. For example, in Wales, the Housing Act of 2014 gave rise to Rent Smart Wales which is responsible for processing and granting landlord registrations and licences […]

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Property Trends To Look Out For In 2017

If you’re looking to invest in property then it’s important to try to understand the state of the housing market – and that’s true whether you’re looking to invest in a portfolio of tens of homes or are a first time buyer looking to take your first tentative steps onto the housing ladder. By understanding […]

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Millennials on the move?

Buying a home, especially for younger people, has traditionally been seen as a rite of passage and a way of making a statement that you have ‘made it’. But that is now not always the case, with more and more of the so-called ‘millennial’ generation opting to rent and shun the buying market. With renting, people tend […]

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London Ranked Most Expensive City For Rentals

Renting a flat in a prime section of London costs an average of four times as much as a flat in other European cities. A three bedroom unit typically costs a renter £5,398 a month, putting London into the number one spot for ‘most expensive European cities to rent for the third year in a row. […]

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