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22Jan

How often do you carry out property visits? Prepare for snow!

Excessive snowfall left on a roof can place undue stress on the structure. To protect your investment I'd suggest regular property visits

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14Jan

A guide to property investment part 4: Buying a rental investment

Buying a rental investment property? Find out what you should be looking for to get the most out of your money.

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8Dec

Property Industry Scare Stories

Every day we read the property industry press 'scare stories' to save you the time and filter it so that you don't have to...

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1Dec

Where can I get higher than average capital growth?

It’s a question I get asked on a regular basis where the best place is to buy locally...

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26Nov

Our Stats: For the Cambridge and Huntingdon Rental Market

Facts and figures are important, but need to be relatable, so we bring you our own stats for the Cambridge and Huntingdon Rental Market.

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24Nov

A guide to property investment part 3: Which property to choose?

When you're looking at starting an investment portfolio, it's really important to determine your target market and their needs.

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19Nov

A Guide to Property Investment part 2: Key Considerations

Part 2 of our property investment series: key considerations of becoming a landlord. Curious? Click and have a read!

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12Nov

A Guide to Property Investment Part 1: Why become a landlord?

Over the course of 6 guides, we’re going to look at the ins and outs of how to become a landlord, and today we’re starting with why you should become a landlord and invest in the private rental sector.

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27Oct

Top Tips to Avoid Rental Voids

As a landlord for the last 20 years, I assure you I have made quite a few mistakes! But the main thing is that I learnt by them, and this is the education I am happy to pass on.

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22Oct

The EPC Argument Continues

But what does it mean for you?  The Bill (Minimum Energy Performance of Buildings Bill) which is still going through parliament means that Landlords will need to increase the minimum energy rating for rental properties to...

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