Tag Archives: RICS

Do you meet best practice?

As a landlord you must do a number of things to be legal. But there’s a difference between what’s required by law and best practice. A big difference! That’s why The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has written a best … Continue reading

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Market Continues to Tighten as Demand Strengthens Further

The latest RICS residential housing market survey reports a broad continuation at the national level of the trends witnessed since the middle of last year. The headline price net balance remains firmly in positive territory with prices reported to be rising across … Continue reading

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Lack of supply in housing market driving price expectations

The latest RICS residential housing market survey reports that a lack of supply is continuing to drive price expectations. RICS also says that stronger demand is being underpinned by an easing in credit conditions, and that sales and price expectations … Continue reading

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Why you need a written tenancy agreement

It is critically important for landlords to have a written tenancy agreement. While it is possible to create a tenancy without a written agreement, it is certainly not a good idea.  Here  are four good reasons why you should always have a … Continue reading

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Our Brand New Blog

Hello and welcome to our first ever blog! We thought it would be a good idea to give you an idea what our blogs will be about, so here we go:- They will be about anything new that affects landlords, … Continue reading

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