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  • How to be a good landlord


    That good landlords attract good tenants is a basic truth of property. Equally, the opposite is true too: bad landlords and bad tenants go hand-in-hand. So how to make sure that you land in the first camp? How to go about being a good landlord?

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    November 29, 2021

  • Mortgage Update November 2021


    Find out about the current state of the mortgage market and what products are available, including cheaper first time buyer mortgages, 40 year fixes, and record low pricing in the buy to let market, in our latest mortgage update from Trinity Financial.

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    November 26, 2021

  • Landlord checklist: how to protect your property this winter


    Winter is definitely upon us, and with it, as all landlords know, comes the season of boiler problems. With energy prices rising improbably fast (global wholesale gas prices have risen by an astounding 250% since January 2021), it’s time for everyone to make sure that their properties are functioning as efficiently as possible, with everything in good working order before the big freeze happens. 

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    November 19, 2021

  • Is buying property ever simple? How the conveyancing process in England and Wales compares to other countries


    Is buying property ever simple? How the conveyancing process in England and Wales compares to other countries

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    November 11, 2021

  • Do you know your architecture?


    Do you know your architecture? Here’s a brief guide to the UK’s most widespread housing styles

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    November 05, 2021

  • It’s unavoidable: our homes need to be more energy-efficient. What needs to change?


    While trying to reduce our carbon emissions and achieve carbon net zero by 2050, the government has been inputting several new schemes and rules, including minimum EPC ratings on homes and grants for low carbon heating solutions to replace gas boilers. So what does the government’s new heat and buildings strategy mean for property and what can you do?

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    October 29, 2021

  • The Budget and Spending Review main points – and what this will mean for you…


    The Chancellor of the Exchequer gave an upbeat Budget today, stating that it will create a stronger economy for the British people, “with growth up, jobs up and debt down” and described the Treasury’s plans as a programme for “A new economy, post Covid…for a new age of optimism.”

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    October 27, 2021

  • Choosing an estate agent – the golden rules


    So you’re ready to put your house on the market. There might be several rival estate agents on your high street – how should you decide which one to choose?

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    October 21, 2021

  • The property ladder: how to get on it, and how to move up it


    Getting on the property ladder, and moving up it, is becoming more difficult to achieve, however it is still a reachable dream for many. Through hard work and following handy advice from our agents, we explore the different opportunities available, to start making your property journey a reality.

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    October 15, 2021

  • The pied à terre is having a revival in 2021. Here’s why..


    Now that lots of us have gone back to the office, what of those people who moved out of London last year? Are they all moving back? Or are they faced with a hideous new commute? We’re seeing a revival of the classic London pied à terre, a small and central pad used as a convenient bolthole for someone working in town during the week.

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    October 08, 2021

  • Poole vs Putney - luxury living at two different price tags


    Putney may be nowhere near the sea, but the Thames-side suburb has more in common with coastal Poole than just the letter P. In both areas it's perfectly possible to find luxurious detached residences with large gardens and easy access to watersports in either the river or the sea - and it's worth noting that properties in Poole are roughly half the price of those in Putney.

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    October 01, 2021

  • What is the future for interest rates – can they stay low forever?


    Interest rates are at a historic low. Since March 2020 the Bank of England has kept its base rate at 0.1%, which is good news for mortgages – but how long can it last? 

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    September 24, 2021

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