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Plants have been known to purify the air around us by removing pollutants and releasing oxygen. It is a well-known fact that plants play an important role in keeping the environment clean and healthy. But did you know that some plants are better than others at oxygenating the indoors? In this blog, we will discuss some of the best plants that oxygenate the indoors and other plants that are useful to have indoors.
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When it comes to buying a property for investment, I find most buy to let investors are conflicted. They want capital appreciation at the same rent as a strong yearly yield. Very rarely the 2 can be found together.
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Are you thinking of selling your home soon? Well good news! Rightmove have just released its annual figures to their shareholders and have reported the market is on the up!
Fuelled by renewed demand, The Capital has recorded the biggest annual jump in number of buyers sending enquiries to any region, and highest rate for price growth since 2016 as the covid restrictions end.
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The number of cohabiting couples (not married or in a civil-partnership) submitting joint mortgage applications in 2020 rose by 60% compared to 2019.
As house prices continue to rocket, buying a first home is more challenging than ever. Small wonder that many first-time buyers are choosing to buy with family or friends.
Buying a home with someone else means making legally-binding choices. There are options when structuring the joint ownership of a property. Making the wrong choice could lead to costly problems if you decide to separate, sell the property or remortgage.
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The Government guidance on the new Rental Mediation Service for landlords and tenants undergoing possession proceedings has been updated.
This service was piloted in February to provide support for landlords and tenants affected by the covid 19 pandemics. The purpose of the scheme is to avoid evictions due to rent arrears wherever possible and also to negate the need for face-to-face court hearings.
This service will be free to use for both landlords and tenants.
Under the initiative, landlords and tenants will work with a trained, neutral mediator, independent from HM Courts and Tribunals Service. The mediator will help to identify issues and will try to agree a suitable resolution.