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Don’t let your empty property dampen your spirits

Property owners, landlords and tenants, need to be more diligent during the winter months when it comes to carrying out maintenance checks to their property to avoid damage from heavy rain, storms and cold snaps.  But when a property is empty, how do you avoid major winter damage? When your property is unoccupied, it’s easy …

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How to DOUBLE a property’s market value

How a well-executed property refurb can double its market value even in this climate! We wanted to share with you how refurbishing a property can increase its market value from £40,000 to £80,000. Take this two-bedroom traditional mid-terraced house in Padiham, Lancashire, which we were commissioned to refurbish for a property investor client. The modern …

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Your Christmas guests are arriving – is your house ready?

The festive season can be a busy time and, if you’re like most people, you’ll probably have a to-do list as long as your arm to tick off before the 25th December rolls around. If you’re expecting guests over the Christmas period, it’s important to make sure you have enough space and storage ahead of …

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3 (And A Half!) Things Landlords Need to Know When Making a Claim

If you are a landlord, be it of a commercial or residential property, chances are that at some point you will need to make a claim on your insurance. You know that it’s important to have insurance, and most reputable landlords will take out a policy, however when it comes to making a claim, do …

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