The property ladder can be difficult to navigate, no matter your age or experience. Making improvements is all part of being a homeowner, and in this post, we’re exploring ways to add value in preparation for selling. There are specific ways to make improvements to help boost your home’s resale value. If you’re gearing up to sell, we’ve collated eight ways to add value to your own home. Catering to different budgets, there should be something for everyone. Read the rest of this entry »
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Safety is a primary concern for most people, and cannot be taken for granted. There are many reasons why you could need a locksmith. It could be that your lock was damaged in an incident, or you just want the latest in security technology for your home or office. Whatever the case, it is important that you seek the services of a certified locksmith from a professional locksmith company. Here are three reasons why. Read the rest of this entry »
Water is an essential component of life, something we in the UK are able to take for granted.
While some countries struggle to maintain an adequate supply, our rainfall and climate can be relied upon to replenish our reservoirs and treatment plants, ensuring a constant supply for our homes and businesses. This holds true even in the occasional heatwave during the summer months, where the greatest hardship we tend to face is a short-term hosepipe ban. Read the rest of this entry »
Still a relatively new concept, many landlords are unsure about whether they should trust or use online letting agents. With more people using the web to find properties than ever before, this may seem like a no-brainer. However, these nerves are understandable because whether a landlord owns just one property or has amassed a large portfolio, rentals are expensive assets that require careful management. As such, a landlord needs an agent who is trustworthy, reputable and possesses specialist knowledge and expertise. Read the rest of this entry »
Inventory services are always necessary whether you are a landlord, tenant or a property manager. Third-party adjudication will help you make sure that you are protected in the event of a dispute. That is why it is vital for you to have a professional agency to help you with this type of responsibility.
Are you are living in London? Tick Tick Check is a leading inventory company that you should definitely consider.
To help you have a better understanding of the impact a professional inventory check has, we will provide a brief introduction to the currently available services for homeowners, estate agents, landlords and renters: Read the rest of this entry »
As with anything else around the home, you shouldn’t leave your gutters until the moment there is a problem. With falling leaves and debris in abundance, coupled with wet weather, it is a good time to check and clean your gutters now, not later.
Checking and cleaning gutters may not be your idea of a great weekend, but it doesn’t have to take long and doing it now can avoid any number of costly problems later including damp walls and water seeping into the home. Read the rest of this entry »
End of tenancy inventory checks don’t stop with the cleanliness or condition of provided facilities/appliances, or to make sure original fixtures and fittings are still in place – or at least put back to where they were at the start of the tenancy. Inventory checks go further than that, and perhaps further than tenants may realise. Read the rest of this entry »
No matter who you are or where you live, if a would-be burglar spots something of value and sets his sights on it, chances are he will attempt to take it from you sooner or later.
Whether it’s the keys to your new convertible or a laptop they’ve seen a member of your family using is irrelevant.
Your focus should be to protect your home as best you can so a burglar can’t get close to anything of value & more importantly, your family. Read the rest of this entry »
Behold the woman’s guide to house hunting. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »