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9:28 AM, 22nd October 2020
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Research from GetAgent.co.uk has found that nearly half of all properties pay for themselves when it comes to the average annual cost of upkeep and the increase in capital appreciation. GetAgent.co.uk looked at each local authority in England and the total current upkeep costs of a property on an annual basis, based on: annual council tax bill, cost of gas, electricity, water, insurance and maintenance. They then looked at annual house price growth in each area of England to se
15:03 PM, 21st October 2020
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I own a 1st floor top flat that I purchased in 2011 for renting purposes. The property is leasehold however there is no service charge or ground rent payable. The freeholder has been absent since I purchased the property and I have no contact details. I purchased a 2nd flat below mine last year, so I now own the top and bottom flat. It's in a building with 6 flats, but they all have private entrances and gardens. The only communal area is the rear grass of the property for the bui
14:35 PM, 20th October 2020
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Welsh First Minister, Mark Drakeford, announced A short, sharp “firebreak” will be introduced across Wales at the end of this week to help regain control of coronavirus. The fire-break will start at 6pm on Friday 23 October and end on Monday 9 November. It will apply to everyone living in Wales and will replace the local restrictions which are in force in some parts of the country. What will this mean for people selling or moving home? Can I move home?
11:39 AM, 20th October 2020
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Although Covid-19 restrictions began to ease in Q3, the rental market in the capital still struggled to recover, with the average London room rent down 7%, from £780 in Q3 2019 to £725 in Q3 2020. Rents in EC3/Aldgate (-34%) *, W9/Maida Vale/Paddington (-20%) and SW1/Westminster/Belgravia/Pimlico (-17%) saw the biggest falls in London, decreasing dramatically from £1,244, £983 and £1,108 to £824, £788 and £922 respectively year-on-year. In fact, the only London postcode di
11:33 AM, 20th October 2020
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13:34 PM, 19th October 2020
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11:39 AM, 19th October 2020
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Portsmouth City Council (PCC) Licensing team have just done an HHSRS inspection of one of my student HMOs and given one of the rooms a Category 1/ band B hazard rating for ‘excess heat’ due to the room’s window opening onto a “conservatory”...
10:33 AM, 19th October 2020
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I own and manage a small HMO and rent the individual rooms on an AST of 6 months. In August a new tenant moved in, 7 weeks into her contract she told me she was now on the shortlist to move to a council flat...
9:42 AM, 19th October 2020
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Can anyone advise me on the following CGT issue please? My father died in 1994 leaving my brothers and me the small family farm, but in a will trust allowing my step-mother to remain living there and receive any income from it....
9:14 AM, 19th October 2020
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Following the recent revelation that the University of Warwick is dumping hundreds of private landlords in favour of its own student accommodation, it has today come to light that as part of this strategy it appears to have deliberately put landlords subject to Coventry City Council’s controversial Additional Licensing scheme at risk of prosecution and massive fines....

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