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Do landlords still need to worry about EPC ratings and letting energy efficient homes?The short answer is yes. That’s because when you look at all the bills a tenant has to pay, one of the largest, after their rent, is their utility bills.
Will rents continue to rise?Historically, rents rise in line with wages – often tracking inflation or rising at a slightly lower rate.
11 things you might not know about selling a propertyIf you’re planning to sell your property, here are some key things to know about the process, from getting the asking price right and choosing the best agent, through to negotiating an offer and getting the sale underway.
Choosing a sustainable lifestyleIn an era of increasing environmental awareness, living sustainably has become a pressing need.
How to personalise your rental homeWith an increasing number of people opting to rent properties these days, personalising a temporary living space can help make it feel more like home
5 top tips to afford your first homeBefore you do anything else, speak to a mortgage broker. A good broker will be able to properly assess your affordability, talk you through all the costs associated with buying and owning a home, and help you understand all the options open to you.
Is now the time to invest in buy-to-let?The short answer to this question is always a yes – if you do your due diligence carefully and make sure it’s the right investment for you.
15 things tenants NEED to knowBefore you sign a tenancy agreement and move into a property, it’s important to know exactly where you stand legally, and that your new home is going to be affordable and comfortable for however long you plan to live there.
Think Green when you CleanThe start of a new year is the perfect time to breathe new life into your home with a thorough clean.
Out with the old, in with the bold: 2024’s hottest colour trendsWhile classic hues remain timeless staples, each new year ushers in trends that speak to society's mindset and values.
What landlords should watch out for in 20242024 will be a year to watch for landlords, especially those self-managing, as there are likely to be many changes and new announcements which will affect the way landlords operate.
Budget friendly ideas to ring in the New YearAs the New Year approaches, many of us are eager to bid farewell to the old and welcome the new with joy and excitement.
Property sales predictions for 2024As with many things, the property market can be a bit of a ‘postcode lottery’, with some areas performing much better than others.
Will 2024 be a good year to invest in property?2023 has proved a tricky year for property investors, but it’s also provided some opportunities that haven’t been available for the last few years.
Energy saving tips: can blinds keep heat in?With energy prices and the cost of living skyrocketing in recent months, homeowners across the UK are understandably looking for ways to preserve more of their budget.
What was in the Autumn Statement to support the property market?The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, gave his Autumn Statement on 22nd November 2023 explaining the forecasted economic growth for the future and announcing various initiatives to drive the economy forward.
Will the demand for rentals slow down in 2024, and how can a tenant stand out when applying?The demand for private rented accommodation has been outstripping supply for several years now.
What you can be charged for when renting (and what should be free)Since the Tenant Fees Act came into force for new or renewed tenancy agreements signed on or after 1st June 2019, landlords and agents have been banned from charging tenants certain fees related to their tenancy.
Who have been the winners and losers in housing for 2023?This year has seen an ongoing cost-of-living crisis, fluctuating mortgage rates, rising rents, and the threat of falling property prices.
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We had been property hunting for a few months and found the market very difficult for many reasons, until I made an enquiry at Romans, that same morning Mo called to arrange our viewing the same day. He was extremely helpful and informative at the viewing and made the whole process from start to finish a pleasure. We are set to move in on Wednesday and cannot thank Mo Khan and his team enough for all their help throughout the process.