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5 Tips for Being a Successful Landlord

The buy to let industry in the UK is booming right now. Millions of people are investing in property as a way of enjoying a regular income and making capital gains, but although there are lots of reasons why property investment is a smart move, it isn’t always a smooth process. Becoming a landlord can […]

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4 Repairs Every Renter Should Know How to Do

Regardless of whether you rent or own a property, here are four repairs that are useful to know how to do yourself. As a renter/tenant it is important to know what is and is not your responsibility in your rental space.  Generally, landlords are required to fix anything that makes a space uninhabitable. This means […]

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The Main Reasons that People Move House

In a recent survey RP Data looked at the main factors which caused people to decide to move between properties. There were some fascinating results which give an excellent insight into what things both buyers and renters are looking for. The main reason for hiring Mayflower movers and moving was tenants purchasing their own home, […]

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Real Estate in Australia: Rental Price Growth Eases

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner reports that, to the relief of many tenants rental price growth has slowed over the last quarter. The capital cities have recorded zero growth over the quarter with rental prices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide remaining steady. The only capital to record growth was Canberra increasing by a modest 1.2%.

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New South Wales Investment Property Boost

Investing in the residential property market in NSW, Australia could become a more attractive prospect following a review currently being conducted into the state’s Residential Tenancy Act. A change that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants who are behind in their rent payments is perhaps the most controversial of more than 100 […]

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