It’s a question I’ve heard on many occasions from Landlords who don’t work with agencies and don’t see the need for them. But whether you’ve been a landlord for a long time or you’re just purchasing your first buy-to-let, don’t dismiss using an agent.Continue reading “What is the point of a Letting Agent?”
Definition of an Estate Agent…
‘a person whose job is to arrange the sale, renting or management of homes, land and buildings for the owners’…Cambridge English Dictionary
‘an estate agent is someone who works for a company that sells houses and land for people’…Collins English DictionaryContinue reading “Is your Estate Agent working for you?”
Moving to a new home is up there with one of the most stressful things that we’ll ever do in our lifetime. So, it pays to be prepared. Take it from someone who has moved to a new home ten times in 15 years including from country to country.
With this being said, I thought that if you are moving in the near future, you might be interested in a helpful checklist that I have put together to keep you focused and on target for a smoother moving process. Let the countdown begin…Continue reading “Moving Home Checklist”
If your property has been on the market for a period of about three months with no real interest such as viewings or enquiries, then it’s time to start looking at what the issues could be?Continue reading “Why has my property not had any interest?”
Over the last two years house prices in the Leicestershire area, have risen steadfastly, giving the county the title of fastest growing property prices in the UK in 2018. Letting prices were also up by approximately 3% in the same period.Continue reading “Property Market in Leicestershire”
How far our gender has come in the world of property and independence. Less than one hundred and fifty years ago according to the Married Women’s Property Act 1882, ‘anything that a wife owed such as property was surrendered upon marriage to her husband and her legal identity ceased to exist.’ Nowadays, marriage is not the only option and the expected thing for a woman to do.Continue reading “Women & Property”
Over the last couple of months, I have had many questions regarding the dreaded ‘B’ word and the effects it will have on the property market.Continue reading “The ‘B’ Word”
Being a Landlord isn’t a nine-to-five job. It can involve a lot of work and normally during hours outside of your day job. But if you plan well and have done your research beforehand and ensure that you have the right kind of rental property, it can be a very lucrative and a financially rewarding asset.Continue reading “So…You Want to be a Landlord!”
Before discussing what the advantages and disadvantages of an auction are, we need to understand, ‘What is an Auction?’
The future of the Estate Agent on the high street has been the topic of many debates. In recent months it has even been suggested that high street agents, as we know them, are one of the sectors that are on the target list of possible victims suffering from the dwindling footfall on today’s high street.