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03/11/2021
Upgrades that may increase the value of your apartment

Are you looking to sell your apartment in the near future? Small investments in the aesthetic of the property could add value to the property and increase your ROI. Paint the wallsIt's not a secret that wall colours can attract or distract a home buyer. Having bold paint colour is a way to express your personal style within your apartment  But, pro...

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18/10/2021
10 tips to safely celebrate Halloween 2021

Halloween can be so much fun for kids and adults. But it is important to also follow some safety steps to keep it fun. Here are some tips to safely celebrate Halloween 2021. 1. Make sure that the child’s costume is not too long, and they will not trip on it when walking. It is also a good idea to have shoes that fit as a part of the costume.2. One of...

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12/10/2021
How to make your house Halloween friendly

Halloween is not only exciting for the kids but also for adults.  Both grownups and kids love decorating their homes for Halloween.Decorating home for Halloween gives both kids and adults the opportunity to explore their creativity and of course to give a little scare. This article will give you tips on how to make your house Halloween-friendly.Use LED...

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07/10/2021
How to maintain a safe and healthy home

We spent most of our lives at home. It is a place where we sleep, eat, relax, meet friends, work, and spend time with families. And we want our home to be safe and comfortable in every aspect. There are several things that attribute to a safe and healthy home.Most people think that regular cleaning is all they need to do to maintain a healthy home. But it is...

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04/10/2021
Tips on allowing a Tenant with a Criminal Record

As a landlord, your main concern is to have a tenant for your rental property. However, it is important for landlords to always protect their property from delinquent tenants. This can be avoided by having a reference check on a potential tenant, particularly the tenant’s capacity to pay. But what if the person has a criminal record? Here are tips befo...

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30/09/2021
5 Things Landlords should be doing by 2022

Here are the 5 things that landlord should be doing by 2022. 1.  Marketing your Property OnlineToday, most tenants look for a rental property online. In order to reach wider audience and to attract tenants, you should market your rental property online.When posting your rental property online, make sure to put clear descriptions of the property as...

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27/09/2021
Top Landlord mistakes to avoid

It is always important to always do things in the right way when it comes to managing your rental property or rental properties. Many inexperienced landlords find out the hard way through negligence and or complete lack of understanding about not what to do.Here are the top landlord mistakes that all landlords should avoid making.1.   Failure to Kn...

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16/09/2021
New Guidance for First Time Landlords

Here is the guidance for first-time landlords in London who are letting out their property 1.  Check your mortgage when letting out your propertyYou must check if your mortgage allows you to let your property as there are some terms that may prevent your property from being rented. If you are not sure, make sure to call or talk to your mortgage len...

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13/09/2021
Why Hire a Property Manager for your Buy-To-Let Property?

Most private landlords who have just let their property asked themselves whether to manage their buy-to-let property or not. There are many responsibilities that come with being a landlord. Some of which they have to undertake while others they can pass onto a property manager. The main purpose of a property manager is to take out the burden from a...

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06/09/2021
LONDON LANDLORD TIPS: END OF TENANCY CLEANING

Usually, the average tenancy in London is around 20 months for long lets and of course less, for short tenancy. So, over the course of years, tenants will come in and out of your letting property. And when they come in, each expects to see a well-maintained and pristine property. However, over the course of the tenancy, the pristine condition of the pro...

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30/08/2021
LANDLORDS: HOW TO MANAGE MULTIPLE STUDENT TENANCIES

The universities in the UK have been preparing for the start of the new academic year in September. Several university students are expected as more students opt to study rather than take a gap year due the Covid-19.  Letting to students can be financially rewarding but it comes with a lot of pressure especially when you’re trying to rent out...

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26/08/2021
LANDLORDS OR TENANTS: WHO PAYS FOR THE WATER DAMAGE?

What is Water Damage?Water damage in a rental property is usually caused by pipe burst, roof leaks, flooding, overflow of water and poor plumbing joint. Water has an uncanny flair of finding the gap, holes and gravity performs the rest.  In a rental property if water damage occurs who are required to pay for the repairs? What are the legal responsi...

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23/08/2021
5 MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR LONDON LANDLORDS

If you own rental properties in London, it is important to maintain a good landlord-tenant relationship. One way to do this is to hire a good property management company in London to handler the upkeep. Below are the 5 maintenance tips for your rental properties to keep your rental property protected and keep your tenants happy. Landlord Maintenanc...

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19/08/2021
HOW TO MAKE YOUR LETTING PROPERTY STAND-OUT WITH INEXPENSIVE BATHROOM RENOVATION

Usually, when it comes to renovating a letting property, most landlords focus on the living area and the kitchen. However, if you really want some bang for your quid, you should consider renovating the bathroom. For a small price, you can put a significant enhancement to the appeal of your rental property and attract potential tenants. What are the bene...

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16/08/2021
RENTING IN LONDON WITH A PET

Anyone who is a pet owner will tell you that their pet is part of the family. Owning a pet has also helped them reduce stress and anxiety. But for renters, often find it difficult to find a home suitable for themselves and their pets. Some are often forced to give up a pet because a landlord has a no pets policy.  In the UK, around half of adults o...

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