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Spring Cleaning Tips for Tenants

Why wait until the end of your tenancy to have a big clean-up? Instead, if you have a spring clean now, then regularly throughout your tenancy, you won’t be to left with a massive job to get the property up to scratch when you decide to leave. Plus, your home will be a generally more enjoyable place to live!
It is useful to have a checklist during your spring clean, so you can tick things ... read full article

Tips for tenants looking to rent this summer

Are you a tenant looking to rent a property in Central London this summer? It can be a challenging process as during summer time tenants are fast, smart and extremely competitive. Here are some top tips for tenants to avoid getting stuck in the process:
  • Avoid delay
  • Properties tend to go really quick during summer, so if you really like it, secure it fast. Chances are someone els ... read full article

Tenant Fees Bill may lead to rent rises

According to the Residential Landlords Association (RLA), the government’s Tenant Fees Bill now introduced to the Commons is a ‘missed opportunity’ to make quicker and more lasting improvements in the rental market.
As part of reform of the private rental sector, The Bill means that tenants are now one step closer to seeing letting fees banned. However, RLA argues that changes should have ... read full article

Build to Rent

In many countries such as the US, Germany and France, purpose-built blocks of rental homes are commonly found. In Britain they are a relatively new phenomenon, but are fast becoming a hot investment for property developers and city firms such as Legal & General, which are eager to tap into the rising trend for long-term renting. The sector is expanding throughout England, with 80,855 Build to ... read full article

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard

As of 1st April 2018 it will be a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rental sector to have a minimum energy performance rating of E according to the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) associated with that property. The regulations will come into force for new lets and renewals of tenancies with effect from 1st April 2018 and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020.
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London Property Hotspots

The city of London is now offering new opportunities when it comes to house buying, with almost 65,000 affordable new homes planned to be built in the capital per year.
Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has a draft London Plan, which means that the London property map will be significantly changed. Due to high prices in parts of central and inner London, young buyers have had to look at other a ... read full article