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TPFG

1 month ago

9 questions to ask your letting agent

There are a whole host of questions landlords should ask letting agents, but at CJ Hole we have broken that list down to nine crucial areas of enquiry you should embark on prior to signing on any dotted lines.

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TPFG

2 months ago

How to choose an estate agent

Selling your home is all about decisions - and making the right ones at the right time. Choosing an estate agent is one of the most critical but with so many options available, where do you even start?

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London & Country

3 months ago

What happens to my mortgage when I move home?

If you're planning to move to a new property, it's important to understand your mortgage options and any possible extra charges you might face so you can factor these in to your moving costs. Here's what you need to know...

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Guest Blogger

6 months ago

How to prepare your property for spring

Whether you're planning to put your rental property on the market in spring 2018 or you've had the same tenants for a while and feel like their home needs a refresh, the coming weeks offer the perfect chance to get ready for the warmer months.

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TPFG

6 months ago

Why you need a property survey

There are a host of different property surveys available and prior to purchasing a property it's worth knowing which is which and exactly what you require.

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TPFG

7 months ago

Preparing for GDPR: 7 steps to consider

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on May 25th 2018 and will almost certainly impact on how estate agencies collect key data from clients, whether it's in branch, on the phone or via portals.

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TPFG

7 months ago

How do you like your Brexit?

Nobody currently knows how the process to leave the European Union is going to turn out, all of which means there is an undertone of uncertainty when it comes to predicting housing market growth in 2018.

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TPFG

7 months ago

New Year, New EPC Regulations

A new year, for many, means juicy detoxing, exercise, giving up chocolate or vowing to save money. For landlords, though, the dawn of 2018 means new regulations when it comes to energy performance.

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Guest Blogger

8 months ago

Getting your property ready for a New Year sale

If your New Year's resolution is to sell your property and move to a new place, you'll likely be thinking about what you can be doing now to prepare. If not, we have some top pointers from leading property insurance provider Just Landlords...

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Guest Blogger

1 year ago

The Future of Student Accommodation

The ways in which properties are built and designed for students is constantly changing. Given that students like to stay on top of the latest trends and developments, property developers need to ensure they are keeping up with them.What exactly does

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London & Country

1 year ago

Mortgage price war intensifies

Mortgage rates have been competitive for months thanks to the record low Bank of England Base Rate, but recent weeks have seen several lenders launch their lowest ever rates.

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Hazel de Kloe

1 year ago

Competition Time!

Hazel de Kloe has had this one in the pipeline for a while, a competition with a fantastic prize for all landlords. Read on for more.

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