LETTING & ESTATE AGENT

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Chesterfield

20/09/2014

How to deal with Tenant Complaints – Useful Tips for Landlords

Being a landlord is more than just collecting the rent every month. You need to commit yourself to your rented properties and be prepared to address and handle anything that may arise, including tenant complaints. Tenants can complain about various

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Chesterfield

30/08/2014

6 Brilliant Low Cost Ways to Improve Your Home

If you considering moving home and need to refresh your property to get it ready for viewing, here are a few ways to achieve x without spending too much money. 1. Keep it tidy! OK it’s not always easy to maintain the look of a show-home with family

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Chesterfield

22/08/2014

Why Landlords Need to Maintain a Rainy Day Fund

A landlord’s job does not end after renting out the property to a tenant. In fact it begins from there as he or she now has to look after the repairs and maintenance requests that the tenants will make throughout the tenancy. Also the landlord wants to

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Chesterfield

16/08/2014

Why landlords should never rely on luck

Make sure you create your own good luck as a landlord by making sure that several key parts of your investment are never left to chance. Here are four times when landlords should never rely on luck when it comes to managing a rental property: Don’t

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Chesterfield

08/08/2014

Home buyers final walkthrough checklist – Before you sign on the dotted line

Here are some great tips for Martin & Co home buyers, courtesy of Teresa Cowart. Use this checklist during your final walk through of the property that's about to become 'home sweet home'! Interior 1. Have a list with you of the things that are

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Chesterfield

01/08/2014

What do you need to know before becoming a landlord?

There are approximately 1.4 million buy-to-let landlords in the UK, and letting a property can be a daunting task regardless of whether this is your first time or if you already have a portfolio of properties, as there are many rules and regulations to

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Chesterfield

25/07/2014

Renting to a young family? Some top tips to help childproof your property

Renting out your property to a young family can present a whole new set of challenges for you as the landlord to ‘child-proof’ your property and agree with your prospective tenants what alterations they can make to your property to keep their children

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Chesterfield

21/07/2014

Looking at houses? What should you look for?

Looking at houses is the most fun part of the home buying process, but it can also be overwhelming. How do make sure you’re picking the right one? Is it a good buy? And what should you check out first? Here’s a few tips to keep you organised.

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Chesterfield

13/07/2014

Useful home tips while you’re on holiday

Here are a few timely reminders as the summer holiday season approaches, to avoid spending any time worrying about the house, the dog, the plants, whether you left an appliance turned on that you shouldn't have, or if a bill will be late if not paid

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Chesterfield

04/07/2014

Get a Plan for Buy to Let Success

As a buy to let investor, it’s important to understand the different types of buy to let properties and the pros and cons of each. You may be more attracted to some than others, but before you finalise your decision, it’s important to think about what

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Chesterfield

30/06/2014

What to consider when buying a new family home

Buying a new family home is an exciting experience, but it’s imperative that you don’t jump for the first property that catches your eye. Here are some factors to consider before signing the contract. Proximity to good schools If you’ve got a

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Chesterfield

27/06/2014

Why should you pay a professional estate agent to help sell your home?

Is an estate agent worth the money? We may moan about them but when it comes to actually putting our homes up for sale, the vast majority of people still opt for a High Street agent’s services. Why should you consider paying a professional estate agent

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