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Chelmsford Stephen Frost

2 days ago

Chelmsford Property Market - Outlook for 2019

With 2019 well underway, we are already beginning to see some signs of what the property market is forecasting for Chelmsford with property still currently higher than in 2017...Read on below

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Camberley Giles Mugford

3 days ago

Letting Agent Fees for Landlords

The incoming tenant fees ban could make a lettings agent's full management service even more beneficial to landlords. While some agents' property management fees may rise, the value of the service and the peace of mind it provides is arguably increasing for landlords. Here are the most important things you should look for when choosing an agent to manage your property...

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Chelmsford Stephen Frost

4 days ago

Chelmsford Buy To Let Lending Update

Is property investment still being seen as a relatively safe and secure investment, even with the confusion over Brexit? Click below to read our latest Buy-to-let update

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Solihull Andy Powers

5 days ago

Best Agent in Solihull

Martin & Co Solihull are delighted to have been awarded Gold in the 2019 British Property awards, which means they are arguably - The best Estate Agent in Solihull!

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Chelmsford Stephen Frost

2 weeks ago

Other Forces Affecting your Chelmsford move

There was a day when a slight shift in the bank base rate or change in stamp duty could have a profound effect on property market sentiment. Yet the Bank of England's continuing consensus to maintain interest rates at very low levels (albeit tweaked with the occasional 0.25% here and there) is possibly the strongest signal to date that the British property market is actually driven increasingly by factors other than such things.

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Camberley Giles Mugford

2 weeks ago

The benefits of full property management in a fee-free world

It's fair to say the announcement earlier this month that the long-awaited ban on tenant fees will come into force in June has got landlords and lettings agents thinking. Martin & Co Camberley have put together some information on why a full management service for landlords has arguably never been more valuable...

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Banbury David Stone

3 weeks ago

Banbury's bright future

It's been a testing time for landlords over the past few years. But Banbury has much in its favour for those looking to invest for the first time or bolster their existing portfolios.

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Camberley Giles Mugford

1 month ago

6 tips for new landlords

Whether you've become a landlord through choice or necessity, getting up to speed with regulations and obligations, not to mention getting everything in order to let your property, can be a minefield.Take a look at our handy infographic, which outlines six key pieces of advice for new landlords...

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Camberley Giles Mugford

1 month ago

Flood protection for homes: Prevention ideas for your property

UK winters are something of a mixed bag these days. Heavy rainfall and potential snow can cause major flooding issues for your home. But there are steps homeowners and landlords can take to protect their properties from flooding. Here are some things you can do...

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Camberley Giles Mugford

1 month ago

Right to Rent: A checklist for landlords

Even though Right to Rent checks have been compulsory since 2016, many landlords claim they still do not understand the process. We have put together a guide on what Right to Rent is and what you need to check...

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Leeds City GAVIN BRAZG

2 months ago

Online Estate Agents vs. High Street

A new study from the independent house selling advice group, TheAdvisory, has established that good high street agents achieve 5% higher sale prices than internet-based firms in a massive 73% of cases...

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Camberley Giles Mugford

2 months ago

Landlord electrical safety: Your responsibilities explained

While mandatory electrical testing in buy-to-let properties hasn't been confirmed by the government yet,it is coming. So, if you haven't been getting the electrics in your rental property checked at least every five years, our advice is to get into the habit now.

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