Archive for the ‘Landlord’ Category
Here are 11 questions to ask estate agents to help you choose the best professional for you. In these challenging and uncertain times, a quality agent will make all the difference in terms of selling price, time, customer service and peace of mind. (more…)
What to do if a tenant stops paying rent or if a landlord tries to evict a tenant during the Coronavirus outbreak? To clarify the situation, The British Government has issued a guide for landlords and tenants from the private sector in the context of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. (more…)
As expected, London continues to be the most expensive UK region in which to rent property. The capital saw a £13 (0.98%) increase in average monthly rent, rising to £1,345 from Q3 2019. North West London rents haven’t seen any significant changes. (more…)
I have worked for Cecile for the past 2 years and I have recently let her property for another 2 years tenancy. A personal service with a hands-on approach will always give you more: Peace of mind, financially secure tenants and the highest possible rent. (more…)
London’s rental market continues to maintain its number one position as the most expensive region in the UK in which to rent property, with average rents standing at £1,333, an increase of £14 from £1,319. (more…)
Our Property Management service is designed for landlords who want peace of mind and high standards at reasonable prices. We work with a few properties only and we guarantee that your property will receive our full attention. We never compromise on quality. This service includes finding a tenant and collecting rent. (more…)
London witnessed its first increase in average rent since the last quarter of 2017, from £1,288 a month in Q1 2019, to £1,319 in Q2 2019 – an increase of 2.42%. (more…)
Following the Tenant Fees Act 2019 in force since the 1st June 2019, the government has published new guides to rent/let for landlords and tenants. Please make sure you have the latest copy and read it thoroughly! Download your copy here.
From the 1st June 2019, letting agents and landlords in England won’t be allowed to charge fees to tenants or guarantors. The Tenant Fees Ban or “Tenant Fees Act 2019” applies to all new tenancy agreements entered on and after the 1st June 2019. How does it affect our landlords and tenants?
Do you want to sell, let or buy in London NW3? Understanding the current local market’s conditions, challenges and opportunities is paramount! Here is a review of the current local property market for May 2019: