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Know-how and Tips – What’s important for London Landlords and inventory management

August 2nd, 2017

Rental inventory and London landlords

Why is inventory management of such crucial importance to London landlords?

In this simple guide, we cover what is the actual management of housing inventory and how it can benefit the average London landlord. Even if you are one, and you do not impose strict control as a landlord, I hope that this article can help you understand some of the fundamental tenancy concepts and ideas. To store, track and ensure all property inventory sure does come with expenses on its own. If you start from scratch and you haven’t monitored what is the condition of your assets during tenancies, here’s what you need to know: Read the rest of this entry »

Getting Your Property Ready for a Fast Let or Sale

March 27th, 2017

Check Getting Your Property Ready for a Fast Let or Sale

Getting Your Property Ready for a Fast Let or Sale

Deciding whether to rent or sell your property is often a lengthy process that involves much effort and deliberation. This usually allows you, as the owner, to face a great deal of time in which to find your perfect tenant or the perfect selling price, but time isn’t always at the leisure of everyone. Read the rest of this entry »

Property Schedule of Condition In a Nutshell

April 3rd, 2015

Inventory Services Are Becoming Ever More Needed And That’s A Fact.

A property inventory stands for an extensive and detailed property adjudication report of the full contents of a building or a an apartment . This full checklist of all contents of the building, house or apartment under inspection can be used as a proof in a number of situations. If you spend a little bit time on the web, you will come across the term “schedule of condition“. Property inventory suffers a lot of fair wear and tear and to monitor its condition is of crucial importance to every real estate landlord. In order for tenancy deposits to be handled fair, wear and tear have to be adequately held on the record.Property Inventory in a Nutshell

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Housing Property Rents and Value are Rising. Poverty over London?

March 20th, 2015

Realty prices and rent has been rising and according to some recent studies, a huge percentage of all London renters could drop under the living standard end head to poverty.

For what archives have to show us, on the record the United Kingdom overall rental property inventory has been experiencing fast and dramatic changes within housing accommodation sector. Prices have been constantly and as a matter of fact still do rise throughout the whole real estate sector. Some say house values within London have been jumping literally overnight, which leads many landlords and property owners to sell their real estate belongings and retire somewhere within the capital suburbs and surroundings.

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Professional Inventory in a Nutshell?

February 27th, 2015

Residential and Commercial Adjudication Services
Are you are not familiar how important the concept of independent inventory service is?
Lets  sum it up.

 

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10 London Tenancy Commandments. How to Rent Property Right?

February 17th, 2015

10 Rules for London Tenants

As London’s populations grows with exponential temps, ever more current and potential renters are unaware of how and why tenancy agreements often end up bad.

London from above

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7 Landlord Tips for Successful Realty Management in 2017

February 9th, 2015

Rental Property Landlords

In order to accomplish a sustainable and successful property management, every London housing owner or agent should follow a strict and precise policy of how the rental real estate is handled. It’s a fact this year will hold a number of surprises.Realty Management in 2015

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Thousands Joined The March For Homes!

February 2nd, 2015

 

Londoners Have Stood For Their Housing Rights!

Thousands have joined the March for Homes on the 31st of January in order to stand against injustice in the niche of rental property.

The London movement for social and fair rental accommodation

Stands against the housing injustice in London

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A Landlord’s Rental Accommodation Checklist

January 20th, 2015

We had a serious discussion in our office about the most important aspects of real estate and inventory management, that rental accommodation landlords should always go trough at the beginning of any lease or tenancy.A Landlord’s Rental Accommodation Checklist

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What is Inventory Fair Wear and Tear?

December 30th, 2014

By definition wear and tear is the inevitable damage, caused by natural aging. In the process of extensive use the condition of all rental property inventory eventually turn out as worn off. Sometimes accidental rips, scratches and holes classify as such as well. Carpets, sofas, tables, chairs and all other furniture get worn off easily and often become what tenant-landlord disputes happen over the most. The home owner or property manager cannot simply charge leasehold occupiers over the preposition of fair wear and tear damage. If the tenancy contract does not specify the specific conditions nor rules under which amortization is handled, both landlords and tenants trend to speculate with what fair wear and tear is.

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