Monthly Archives: April 2015

7 sensational houses for sale in Wales for under £700k

7 homes for sale in Wales under £700k VIEW GALLERY There are some amazing homes for sale in Wales at the moment (if you haven’t seen the £3,950,000 Ewenny Court then make sure you have a gander). But while loads of dream homes come with a hefty price tag, there are some real stunners out…

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Inside £3.5m home with its own log cabin, wine cellar, lake and art studio…

VIEW GALLERY It’s a new house on the market with a whopping £3.5m price tag – but for that you get your own secluded log cabin, a lake, an art studio, a cinema and wine cellar. The property, in Lisvane, Cardiff, is set at the end of a long tree lined drive and named Nant…

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Would You Like Your Rent Guaranteed?

Our Guaranteed Rent Scheme offers a hassle free solution to landlord’s looking for complete peace of mind. Do tenants give you more pain than profit? Are you fed up of letting agents broken promises to find you a tenant whilst your property remains empty? Are you worried about how you’ll cover the mortgage and repair…

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Rightmove: Asking prices up 4.7% year-on-year

The average UK asking price rose 4.7 per cent year-on-year to £286,133 in April, according to Rightmove. The annual rate of inflation fell from 5.4 per cent in March but April’s average asking price is the highest on record. Related articles Small rise in house prices offsets previous dip as market ‘levels off’ UK house…

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Is Renting to Housing Benefits DSS tenants worth the hassle?

Landlords tend to fall into two groups – Those who will rent to DSS tenant (s) – And those who would never contemplate risking their prized asset with what they perceive to be ‘chav’ tenants. DSS tenants get a bad press – The public perception is that a single mum with lots of kids running…

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Serving the Correct Section 21 Notice..

I used to be a Lawyer, specialising in Landlord and Tenant law. I’ve lost count of the number of possession cases that I’ve had to salvage because of errors made by landlords. This was because notices seeking possession had been served on the tenant incorrectly. Getting this wrong can add months to the time it…

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