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How Landlords Can Beat The Blue Monday Moods

How Landlords Can Beat The Blue Monday Moods

If you’re feeling a little flat, low or down in the dumps next Monday, you won’t be alone. The 17th of January is Blue Monday – according to some psychologists (and clever marketers), it’s the most depressing day on the calendar. It’s a perfect storm of wintery weather taking its toll, the Christmas break becoming [...]
Reasons To Be Cheerful For Home Sellers

Reasons To Be Cheerful For Home Sellers

Next Monday is, according to social scientists, the most depressing day on the calendar. It even has a name. Such is the doom and gloom attached to it – Blue Monday. It’s the perfect storm of wintry weather, festive spending credit card debts coming in, New Year’s resolutions falling by the wayside and Christmas being [...]
Simple Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bills

Simple Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bills

Householders were hit with budget-busting energy price hikes in 2021 – a trend that looks set to continue well into the new year. Here are some ways to claw back some cash on your heating bills and help the environment at the same time. Small steps Individually these measures offer modest gains but put them [...]
Four New Year’s Resolutions Landlords Will Love

Four New Year’s Resolutions Landlords Will Love

It’s 2022. A new year, new hopes and a new focus on getting rid of old ways of doing things that are holding us back. Landlords are not immune to wanting a fresh start. January always sees us have plenty of enquiries from landlords keen to improve the way they do things. Below are four [...]
Advice For Selling Up Due To A Divorce

Advice For Selling Up Due To A Divorce

A survey of 2,000 Brits found that there’s only one thing more stressful than getting divorced – and that’s moving home.* Spare a thought then for people who sell their home when their long-term relationship ends. They find themselves dealing with two of life’s most challenging moments at the same time. Here are some property-related [...]
How To Stick To Your New Year’s Resolutions

How To Stick To Your New Year’s Resolutions

According to data analytics firm YouGov, at the end of 2020, around a fifth of the adult population in the UK made New Year’s resolutions. This year promises to be no different as some of us vow to make a positive change to our lives in 2022. YouGov states that women (23%) are more likely [...]
Living With Your Parents? You’re Not Alone

Living With Your Parents? You’re Not Alone

Remember when you were younger and you couldn’t wait to move out of your parents’ house, rent your own place and live independently? Well, times are a-changin’, and being an adult with your own bills, mortgage payments and countless other expenses has lost its charm for many. In fact, more and more people are going [...]
Is Your Home Making You Sick?

Is Your Home Making You Sick?

For most of us, our home is a haven. But what if it is making you ill? Mould and damp Mould and damp are caused by excess moisture in the home – perhaps due to leaking pipes, roof damage or condensation build-up. They can cause respiratory issues, nausea and vomiting and general illness, so it’s [...]
How Landlords Can Increase Their Profits Ethically

How Landlords Can Increase Their Profits Ethically

Some people think the only way landlords can make more profit is to ruthlessly keep hiking up their tenants’ rent. But that’s incorrect on two fronts. Firstly, continually increasing a tenant’s rent is no strategy to keep them long term. Secondly, the five ways we’re about to share with you can increase your bottom line [...]
Does Planning Permission Add Value To Your Home

Does Planning Permission Add Value To Your Home

The quick answer to this is nearly always a yes. Here are four ways being granted planning permission can add value to your property.  Lofty ambitions – Adding an extra bedroom A loft conversion that adds an extra bedroom, especially with an en suite bathroom, can be reasonably expected to add up to 15% to [...]