Well, I don’t know about you but during lock down I’ve perfected the art of baking as well as Lego houses and sunbathing. In all seriousness, I am working from home running my Lettings business as well as managing my own properties (and trying not to let my 5 year old become a tech monster!).
Whilst doing my usual trawl through On The Market, I noticed this gem pop up. Admittedly, I am not usually a massive fan of flats. I have several of my own flats and can’t say that they’re my favourite but I do have some at Simon Close (where this flat is for sale) and these
As a property manager, I have a lot of phone calls from tenants with some complaint or another. The boiler is often one of the ones people call up about. After all it is used for central heating, washing up, hot baths, and showers; we would be hard-pressed to cope without it working all the
After hearing many a story about landlords thinking of selling up to avoid any implications or fines that may come their way as result of being a private landlord I came across an interesting article , which suggested that landlords could indeed be selling up their buy-to-let investments due to increasing burdens on them in
The short answer is that landlords don’t need to use the services of a letting agent. Many landlords decide to be hands-on and undertake the whole lettings process themselves. I started investing in buy-to-let property ten years ago and I was keen to learn and control the whole process myself. I was wary of entrusting
It’s now been a good 12/18 months since annual rental price inflation in Nuneaton peaked at 3.3%. Since then we have seen increasingly more humble rent increases. In fact, in certain parts of the Nuneaton rental market over the autumn, the rental market saw some slight falls in rents. So, could this be the earliest