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cornishalan
cornishalan 23 Feb 2015

One of the biggest problems to be overcome in building more residential properties is the infrastructure: Roads, Schools, hospitals, drainage systems and utility services. In many of the areas where...

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Charline Caisse
Charline Caisse 18 Feb 2015

I am not surprised at all. It's a fact that to own a London property becomes an ever more important resource and asset. I would be that less real estate owners are likely go and sell right now..

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eMoovCEO
eMoovCEO 16 Feb 2015

An insightful article. Businesses like eMoov.co.uk are demonstrating that exceptional service and a better price achieved are possible through online estate agents at a fair fee. The high street must wake...

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MdeB
MdeB 10 Feb 2015

Insurance means that the cost is added to the rent. That means that goo tenants are paying for something they do not need and subsidising the bad tenants. Also, what about excess? Landlords will want...

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warren
warren 10 Feb 2015

You're very welcome! :)

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Charline Caisse
Charline Caisse 10 Feb 2015

Me and my partner have been doing preparations for our first buy to let home and I'm trying to gather as much as information possible. Thank you.

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Bobby Tenant
Bobby Tenant 10 Feb 2015

We live in a hoarding age... People these days don't get rid of anything that still works or has a purpose. While in the same time, they don't stop buying new things..

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Bobby Tenant
Bobby Tenant 10 Feb 2015

25% hmmm, I knew figures of tenants who left the property in less than ideal hygiene was high, but never got to research the actual numbers. Anyway, a big tip for landlords is to never skip on the

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Charline Caisse
Charline Caisse 10 Feb 2015

I have been conducting inventories for almost 3 years now I it is absolutely impermeable, that property adjudication and inventory condition require indisputable VISUAL proof what, where and why has happened,...

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Lettingstats
Lettingstats 06 Feb 2015

Worth pointing out that Scotland is still a free market economy and that rent caps have not been introduced though plenty are calling for them despite all the evidence (ONS, Scot Gov, our own analysis)...

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Charline Caisse
Charline Caisse 04 Feb 2015

This sounds great! I need to learn more! Thank you!

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lodgersite.com
lodgersite.com 03 Feb 2015

Enfield's licensing scheme wasn't quashed, simply the consultation as it failed to consult all interested parties and for long enough. I strongly suspect they'll be back before long with another one,

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Student housing market now a mainstream asset class

Earlier this month, Brian Lloyd-Jones, the fund director of Unite Students, pointed out that due to its value of between £2billion and £3billion, the student accommodation market can no longer be seen as just another “alternative” investment opportunity. Read more

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