Monthly Archives: August 2020
Providing the right paperwork to tenants
Among your many responsibilities as a landlord, there are certain documents that you must provide to tenants at around the time that they move into your property. Its important that you don’t fall foul of the regulations governing the renting of property. To ensure you meet your legal obligations, consider creating a tenant’s pack containing all of the following paperwork.
Making a series of smaller decisions, backed by plenty of research
One of the biggest purchases you are likely ever to make is buying a property. Buying a property requires a lot of time and effort and choosing the right one is a major decision. So it’s better treated as a series of smaller decisions, backed by plenty of research every step of the way.
The step-by-step buying process explained
How to prevent your seller from accepting another offer
After many viewings, raised hopes, and disappointments, it’s exciting to finally have an offer accepted on a home. But, unfortunately, you haven’t quite reached the finish line yet. Until contracts are signed and exchanged, it’s still possible that your seller could receive and accept another, usually higher, offer.
What’s the difference between the two?
While it might not be immediately obvious, buying a leasehold property is a very different commitment to buying a freehold property. It’s important to understand the differences between the two before you make an offer.
A timeline of tasks in the countdown to moving day
Moving into a new home is rarely stress-free, but you can keep the worry to a minimum. The key is organisation. Use our timeline as the basis of your to-do list to make sure you don’t miss any important deadlines.
How to spot a home you can add value to
Receive a free 25% savings bonus towards your first home
Saving a deposit to buy a home can take a long time, but there are ways you can speed up the process. One of those is to use an Individual Savings Account (ISA) that’s designed for homebuyers so that you can receive a free 25% bonus from the government.