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A Big Announcement For First-Time Buyers

A Big Announcement For First-Time Buyers

A two-minute read. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a week ago that he would make the dream of buying a first home a more achievable reality for first-time buyers. The news came in a speech to the virtual Conservative conference. The PM claimed his Government would introduce fixed-rate long term mortgages which would see as [...]
How Landlords In Camberley Can Deal With Nuisance Tenants

How Landlords In Camberley Can Deal With Nuisance Tenants

Let’s start with the good news: the vast majority of tenants pay their rent on time and cause their landlords very little, if any, grief. Now for the not so good news: a small percentage of tenants wreak havoc. They infuriate the neighbours, damage property and behave in a violent and aggressive way. Legal Issues [...]
Nine Things You Can Do In October That Covid-19 Can’t Stop

Nine Things You Can Do In October That Covid-19 Can’t Stop

1 Plant some bulbs Bulbs are easy to plant, can go in either the ground or pots, require virtually no looking after and pack a colourful punch. What’s not to like? Plant daffodils, tulips and hyacinths for spring blooms and alliums and lilies for summer flowers. 2 Play conkers Every October, thousands of people flock [...]
Why are Some Banks Reining in Over-Enthusiastic Camberley Homebuyers and Buy-to-Let Investors?

Why are Some Banks Reining in Over-Enthusiastic Camberley Homebuyers and Buy-to-Let Investors?

The Camberley property market is an enigma and chock-full of contradictions. Notwithstanding an economic recession and forecasts of property values dropping, nobody seems to have informed the Camberley homeowners selling their homes and those Camberley people looking to buy them. As I have discussed in many recent articles on the locality, the Camberley property market [...]
Don’t Delay If You Want To Save Money On Moving

Don’t Delay If You Want To Save Money On Moving

The legendary American author Mark Twain famously said this about procrastination: ‘Never put off till tomorrow which may be done the day after tomorrow.’ While it might be a useful mantra when doing something mundane like mowing the lawn or some home DIY, it doesn’t apply to the housing market in Camberley right now. The [...]
Will You Start Stopping Bad Habits Next Month?

Will You Start Stopping Bad Habits Next Month?

2020 will go down in history as the year when life stopped, albeit temporarily. With local lockdowns coming into force, that feeling of stop-starting stuff is still around. It’s a little like the hokey cokey but with stop-start replacing in-out. This all makes it a little ironic that next month is now synonymous not just [...]
How To Avoid A Tenant Leaving You A Nasty Surprise

How To Avoid A Tenant Leaving You A Nasty Surprise

End-of-tenancy checks can spring all manner of surprises on landlords. Take, for example, the landlord in north-west London who discovered an abandoned kitten when taking possession of a property back in August. The tenants had shot through and left the black and white fluff ball behind. Thankfully, our hero landlord rang the local rescue centre, [...]
Ten Things Landlords In Camberley  Need To Know

Ten Things Landlords In Camberley Need To Know

If you’re contemplating becoming a landlord, here’s a helpful checklist explaining what it takes to let a property. You may wonder why a checklist is necessary. After all, how hard can it be? You buy a property, find a tenant and boom, you’ve got the whole landlord game figured out. Wrong! The private rental sector [...]
Seven Ways You Can Help The Planet In Camberley

Seven Ways You Can Help The Planet In Camberley

With 40% of UK carbon emissions coming from households, the road to a cleaner, greener planet starts at home. First, the good news (yes, there is some) In 1990, the average UK home generated 12.8 tonnes of CO2. (To get this figure, the Committee on Climate Change analysed data on heating, electricity, transport, aviation and [...]