Monthly archives: February, 2021

Landlords – When and Where to Buy Your Rental Properties

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Are you a landlord searching for a property to purchase? Perhaps it is your first time buying a property to let or maybe you already have a portfolio? We have written this practical guide to provide our advice and guidance and will happily answer any questions or requests for further information you might have. Research…


Wales Recorded the Highest Increase in Average House Prices in 2020

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Average UK house prices rose by 8.5% in the year to December and Wales recorded the highest increase of 10.7% according to the House Price Index released by the Office for National Statistics today. The average price of a house in Wales during this period rose to £184,000 whilst average property prices in England were…


Demand for Rental Properties Increasing

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The residential rental market has been steadily growing over the last few months with landlords and agents seeing a welcomed upturn in tenants looking for rental properties in all areas. The market has increased by 60% over the last few months with the demand for rental properties exceeding the supply as many more Tenants are…


Landlord and Tenant Bond Registration and Disputes

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Landlords are required by law to protect their Tenants bonds. There are several schemes available where bonds can be held for a fee or some free of charge. Any Landlord who is found not to have registered the bond and informed their Tenants where the bond is being held could face a fine of up…