Evicting your tenant -How to legally get your property back

Most tenancies are a success, with tenants paying their full rent on time and landlords doing their part by providing good-quality homes. And the vast majority of tenancies end when the tenant chooses to move out – generally speaking, landlords don’t evict tenants unless they have a good reason.   But if your tenant has…Read More→


Bespoke Home Marketing – What Is It and Why Do You Need It?

Bespoke Home Marketing – What Is It and Why Do You Need It? Don’t settle for traditional marketing – choose a bespoke approach and show your home the attention it deserves.   When you’re thinking about putting your home on the market, you’ll likely see and hear the majority of estate agents pushing to list…Read More→


How do estate agents value a unique home? Demystifying the process

We break down the exact process estate agents use to value unique homes. Valuing unique homes is, well, unique. It’s not as straightforward as listing your typical three-bedroom home. There are a lot more factors to consider, from analysing recent data and current market conditions to taking into account stunning views, undeniably impressive architecture and…Read More→

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Successful downsizing – our step-by-step-guide

Are you thinking about downsizing – perhaps moving to a smaller home or apartment? Downsizing comes with many benefits, from less upkeep and lower energy bills and maintenance to a lower initial investment.   If you’ve lived in big homes for the last decade, perhaps entertaining guests or housing a large family, there are many…Read More→


Get your rental winter ready – your legal obligations and top tips

Any property can be affected by the potential risks that the winter months bring – including storms, freezing temperatures and security issues. But when you’re a landlord you have a legal obligation to keep your tenants’ home safe, secure and in good working order, so what should you be doing to get your rental winter…Read More→


Rent recovery – How to get back what you’re owed

As a landlord, you’ll almost certainly encounter rent arrears at some point. Whether a tenant’s just had a temporary dip in their income or they’re deliberately not paying, the big question is how to get back the money you’re owed. Well, you’re in luck! Our latest blog covers everything from your first contact with your…Read More→

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How saleable is your home? Take our saleability quiz and find out!

Saleability. It can sound like a daunting word to many. Who wants to hear that your home might take time to sell? Or you might have come to that conclusion by yourself because your mother-in-law made a comment 5 years ago that you could have bought in a better area. But have you really considered…Read More→


How to prepare for viewings so buyers fall in love with your home

Setting the scene with a bit of preparation prior to a viewing is essential for charming potential buyers into falling for your home. And that’s where our top 7 tips come in to help!   So, you’ve got the ball rolling with the house on the market, and your first viewing is booked in –…Read More→

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Are you getting letting laws right? 7 common misconceptions

With hundreds of different regulations governing the lettings industry and changes regularly being made to legislation, it can be tricky for landlords to stay on top of their legal rights and responsibilities. But if you get these laws wrong, even unintentionally, you could face a fine or even be taken to court. Our latest blog…Read More→


Are you an accidental landlord? 7 Must-dos

‘Accidental landlords’ are people who have ended up letting a property through circumstance, rather than because they made a conscious decision to invest.   Is that you? If so, you’re certainly not alone because there are some pretty common life events that lead to people having a ‘spare’ property – for instance:   Moving in…Read More→