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  • Why now is the right time to become a landlord

    While many are getting ready to enjoy their summer holidays, we are preparing for a busy few weeks. Analysis on tenancies started over the past three years reveals that more than a fifth of the year's tenancies are expected to begin in the next two months. Over the next few weeks we will see an increase in demand from students looking for accommodation before term starts, . . .

  • Bank of England raises interest rates

    The Bank of England has raised the base rate to 0.75%, meaning higher monthly mortgage costs for millions of homeowners currently on variable rate deals.  The last time rates rose was in November last year, when they increased from a record low of 0.25% to 0.5%. Rates had fallen to 0.25% in August 2016 following the vote for Brexit in June that year. What the rate rise means . . .

  • Worcester lettings market overview

    A short supply of housing is pushing up rents and house prices in the City. Over the last 12 months, the average rent achieved for properties let in Worcester was £717 per month. This is a +2% change on the previous 12 month period, which is great news for landlords. 37% of properties let in the past 12 months were flats, achieving an average rental value of £612 per month. . . .

  • The law is changing...

    By now you'll all be familiar with the term GDPR, but do you know what is actually happening?From 25 May 2018, as a business we have obligations to all the people whose data we control and process. To make this all a bit simpler, please take a look at our video which details the updates we have made to our Privacy Policy. Watch the videoThis'll only take 2 minutes but is far . . .

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