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Four Time Saving Tips for Landlords
If you manage a number of rental properties, you may find that often there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. With this in mind, here are four ways to use your time more effectively and...
Are You Struggling to Find Tenants in 2014?
Whether you are struggling to generate any interest in your rental property or you simply want to find an efficient way to find suitable tenants in your area, these tips will help you to fill...
Furnishing a Rented Living Room
Tenants often have low expectations for the furnishings in rented homes , but landlords looking to attract a higher quality of renter should put the time and effort into decorating their property....
Simple Ways to Attract Tenants to Your Buy-To-Let Property
The rented property market is looking increasingly healthy in recent years, and letting out a property to one or multiple tenants is an excellent way of supplementing your income. The right tenants...
Renting a Property: What to Look Out For
With Britain looking more and more like a nation of renters and a third of all households in England and Wales currently living in rented accommodation, it’s important that tenants are able to...
Selling and Renting: Why Now is a Good Time
2014 looks to be an excellent year to sell your property, with the housing market recovering at an impressive rate in the UK. If you’re considering selling and saving money by moving into...
Things to Remember When Buying a Pump and a Filter for Your Pool
Selecting the right size pump and filter for your pool is one of the most things to remember when making a purchase. It is important to use the right size for the pool that you have. The reason ...
Ensuring the health and safety of rental properties
The government is taking a particular interest in private rented sector (PRS) health and safety at the moment. In November, it revealed it would be reviewing the condition of rental homes in December...
How to save £1,500 on your new boiler
It’s an unfortunate fact for homeowners that every now and then you’ll need to replace your gas boiler. Although most people assume a new boiler is going to cost them dearly, it could...
Make Sure Appliances are Safe to Use in your Property with PAT
We rely heavily on electrical appliances throughout the day, and this includes using the toaster in the morning, your computer during the day, the television at night and plenty, plenty more in...
How to Move Home with Zero Stress
Perhaps this title is slightly misleading. After all, it probably isn't humanly possible to have an entirely stress-free house move, unless of course you could afford to pay people to do absolutely...
How to Save Money on Your Monthly Rent
The cost of rent is one of your biggest financial outgoings, so why not do everything possible to ensure that you save a few bucks here and there? By shopping around, moving to a cheaper area,...
What to consider when moving to the country
For many people moving to the countryside is a life-long dream. After years of coping with the hustle and bustle of city living, the thought of relocating to a peaceful rural environment is enticing...
Tax implications to consider when selling an overseas property
Selling a property abroad can have a number of tax implications for UK residents that should be considered before the sale. Although a property is not in the UK, British residents may still be...
Everything you need to know about wood flooring
Wooden floors are in high demand among homeowners young and old - and given the quality and elegance they offer, it's no surprise. If you're planning on fitting the surface in your abode and would...
WHEN “TO-LIVE” TURNS INTO “TO-LET”: PERKS AND PERILS
Purchasing a flat for oneself always seems to be an occasion to celebrate and declares one’s permanent settling down in a particular place. But certain life circumstances, like temporary...
To furnish or not to furnish - that is the question
When renting out a property , one of the first things landlords will need to ask themselves is whether or not to kit out the space with furnishings or leave it as an empty dwelling for tenants to...
Sheffield Letting Agent Examines Lord Lamont's Concerns Over Buy To Let Boom
As Lord Lamont becomes the latest public figure to voice an opinion on the buy-to-let boom, Belvoir Sheffield is claiming that the buy to let boom is great for the private rented sector and a great...
Is renting becoming more popular than buying?
Owning your own home has long been the ultimate ambition of many Britons. However, an increasing number of people are now choosing to rent rather than buy. While the recession and tough economic...
Make the most of available space: Use your shed as a studio
The uses for sheds have developed over the last few years, as people no longer have them in the garden simply as places to put their tools and deck chairs away in the winter. Increasingly men and...
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