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Why Do I Need an Inventory?


Today I just wanted to talk about one of the most frequently asked questions by Landlords, which is all about inventories and why you NEED one!
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Didsbury Village Buy-to-Let opportunity with a near 6% Yield!

Currently for sale with Julian Wadden is this one bedroom apartment in the heart of Didsbury. Situated on Dene road, the apartment is a stones throw away from the village and with ample residents parking, finding a tenant should be a breeze…

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enjoy local didsbury

I am thrilled to be launching ‘Enjoy Local’ incentive in the Didsbury area. Various businesses in the pipeline to sign up from barbers to restaurants to DIY shops. So stayed tuned to find out who has signed up, so like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter  to receive instant updates. We will shortly be announcing how to claim your Enjoy Local key tag.

If you are an independent business and you would like to get involved register your details here and someone will be touch soon!

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i am looking at renting out a property, should i rent it with or without furniture?

The question of renting a property furnished or unfurnished does depend on the location and type of property. For example, if your particular property is more suited to a family, they may already have their own furniture which they would prefer to use. However, young professionals renting flats may prefer the property to be furnished. One of the most important things to note is that any furniture supplied must comply with safety regulations and if it was to break you would have an obligation to provide a replacement for the tenant.

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promising sales levels in m20

Promising sales levels in M20

The weather may still be warming up outside, but it’s already a hot time of year for the property market. The expected uptick in sales has materialised as you can see from the chart. Particularly notable are sales levels of detached properties, which have increased 55.6 per cent since the last quarter of 2015.

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flat and house prices in m20

Flat and house prices in M20

With increasing clarity from the government, the housing market is returning to it’s usual stride. Looking at quarter-on-quarter price data in M20, we can see that the average sold prices of houses is up 24.6 per cent since the last quarter of 2015.

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