A lot has happened over the last couple of years, so let’s take a look at the UK housing market, and facts and figures you can use on social media!
When advertising property for sale or rent the rules have now changed on what information you need to provide for potential buyers. The information estate agents are now required to disclose is more ‘material information’ regarding any sales or lettings that are being offered. So what exactly are the changes? To support the efforts to […]estate agents, Property Update,
A sneaky glimpse behind the scenes at JP Gardner and Associates.
Do tenants have to pay stamp duty? Sometimes! An answer not widely known by tenants or agents…lettings, Stamp duty, tenants,
Great property marketing is a fundamental part of every estate agent’s day-to-day, but it can become easy to forget the little things.photography, Property marketing, social media,
A new study commissioned by online property portal, WiggyWam, claims that over half of homebuyers don’t think estate agency branches are important with 54% if respondents thinking they’re unimportant, and 46% thinking they are.digital strategy, High street estate agent,
The Government proposes to lift the minimum EPC for all privately rented homes in the UK to Band C – this would apply to new tenancies from 2025 and all existing tenancies from 2028. They have outlined penalties of up to £30,000 for landlords who do not comply, and is considering banning agents and portals from listing properties that do not meet the standards. So what should you do now?energy performance, EPC, Green Homes Grant, Landlord, private rental sector,
As we continue forging ahead into what is becoming known as our ‘new normal’, some things don’t change: the need for lettings businesses to win more landlords still remains up there. There’s no easy fix, it takes a combination of hard work and good marketing to get landlords on board, and now more than ever […]Attract new Landlords, COVID-19, Estate agency marketing, estate agents, landlords,
Much like ‘Brexit’, you can’t turn on a single news outlet without hearing about Coronavirus (COVID-19). Some people are panic buying soap and loo roll and others are refusing to acknowledge the fuss, however to protect those in society who are most vulnerable to the effects of the virus, we all need to be sensible […]Coronavirus, COVID-19, estate agents, letting agents,
The Tenant Fees Act becomes law on 1st June 2019 The Tenants’ Fees Bill received its formal Royal Assent yesterday afternoon – and immediately the government issued a press release confirming that the Tenant Fees Act puts a stop to unnecessary, costly fees imposed on tenants by landlords or letting agents. New Act bans unfair […]contracts, deposits, landlords, legislation, letting fees,
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