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Property market set to flood as 380,000 landlords look to sell up

Property market set to flood as 380,000 landlords look to sell up

By Bea Patel on 24 May 2018 in Industry News

Many first-time buyers have struggled to get on to the property market. Difficulty saving for a deposit, increasing property prices, mortgage rules and a supply shortage make owning a home harder to achieve. But some experts say the market will become flooded, making way for plenty of homes for first-time buyers. This is because 380,000 […]

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What the Tenant Fees Bill means for landlords

What the Tenant Fees Bill means for landlords

By Guest Blogger on 17 May 2018 in Industry News, Letting

By Rose Jinks, Just Landlords On the 3 May 2018, the much-awaited Tenant Fees Bill was introduced into Parliament. It’s expected to become law as soon as next year, so we explain what the bill means for landlords. Fees charged to tenants banned The most prominent measure included in the Tenant Fees Bill is that […]

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How big are our homes in England and Wales?

How big are our homes in England and Wales?

By Bea Patel on 10 May 2018 in Industry News

While you’re thinking about if an extension can add value to your home, and by how much, do you know how big our homes are? According to an analysis of 2016 property prices by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the average house sold had a floor area of 104 metres squared. This is two-fifths […]

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How to give your tenants a home they’ll love

How to give your tenants a home they’ll love

By Bea Patel on 4 May 2018 in Letting

Although landlords aren’t expected to have a super friendly relationship with their tenants, they can take steps to give renters a home they’ll love. More and more households are now living in rental housing provided by private landlords, whether out of choice or because they can’t afford their own home. And, although homeownership is still […]

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