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Can I buy my Freehold?

Can I buy my Freehold?

"Can I buy my Freehold?" Most lessees (NB not tenants) have the statutory right to purchase the Freehold of their building.  This is called Collective Enfranchisement, under the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.

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The Professional Tenant

The Professional Tenant

"The Professional Tenant" Are you one of the many Landlords in Brighton & Hove who has experienced great monthly yields from your student lets?   But, are your properties, by default, empty during summer?   You'll know this can seriously dent annual yield by up to 25%.

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Landlords – Insurance Matters

Landlords – Insurance Matters

"Landlords, Insurance Matters" Are you one of the reportedly 1 in 8 Landlords without Landlord insurance?You, like most Landlords, will, of course, have regular buildings insurance, covering subsidence, storm damage, flooding etc.

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Landlord Unexpected Costs

Landlord Unexpected Costs

"Landlord Unexpected Costs" Landlords, we think you'll be interested in statistics revealed by a survey that identifies some of the physical costs of being a Landlord, along with their knock-on effects.

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Should I furnish my rental property?

Should I furnish my rental property?

"Should I furnish my rental property?" Landlords often ask us whether or not it is worth furnishing a property they intend to let.“Furnishing” usually means everything required to live reasonably comfortably in a property, including white goods, with the exception of bedding and personal possessions.

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Tenant Charges (Part 1)

Tenant Charges (Part 1)

"Tenant Charges" Letting Agents are no longer allowed to charge a fee to process a Tenant’s application to rent.  But this does not mean that an Agent cannot ask for certain monies, so here’s Part One of our 'Brief Guide for Tenants'.

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Tenant Charges (Part 2)

Tenant Charges (Part 2)

"Tenant Charges - Post Agreement" Letting Agents are no longer allowed to charge a fee to process a Tenant’s application to rent.  But this does not mean that an Agent cannot ask for certain monies, so here’s our 'Brief Guide for Tenants' (Landlords listen up too!).

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The Property Advertising Myth

The Property Advertising Myth

"The Property Advertising Myth" As a property comes on to the market, it would not be unreasonable to assume that the instructed estate agent will post the property details on various property portals and wait for the enquiries to roll in (especially in the aftermath of Brexit and the BorisBounce we're all waiting for!).

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