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How to escape the worst of the coronavirus downturn on their Cardiff rental property.

With the second lockdown starting on the 5th November 2020, does this mean Cardiff landlords can wave goodbye to their Cardiff buy-to-let investment and see it go up in smoke on the bonfire of buy-to-let dreams, like a Guy Fawkes puppet? With many Cardiff tenants at risk of losing their jobs after the furlough scheme […]

What’s happening with the buy-to-let market in Portsmouth?

What’s happening with the buy-to-let market in Portsmouth? …. and should Portsmouth landlords & Portsmouth homeowners be worried?   In 2019, the private rented sector accounted for just over four and a half million households or 19.9% of UK households, no change from the year before. Interesting, when compared to the proportion of private rented […]

NEW EPC REGULATION CHANGES FOR PORTSMOUTH LANDLORDS

The vast majority of Portsmouth landlords are, by now, acquainted with the legislation that came into force on the 1st of April 2018, that means all new and renewed private tenancy agreements must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E or above, otherwise it would be illegal to rent the property out (EPC […]

94,789 People Live in Rented Accommodation in Portsmouth

That number surprised you didn’t it? With the General Election done, I thought it time to reflect on renting in the manifestos and party-political broadcasts and ask why? As the best way to tell the future is to look at to the past, so we decided to look at the number of people who rented […]

Pre Election Blog

Labour Party’s U-turn on the £3.2bn grab on Bristol landlord’s wallets Well, with the General Election just over the horizon and having been asked by a number of Bristol homeowners and Bristol buy to let landlords what the different main parties would do to the local property market, in this week’s article we focus on […]

Pre Election Blog

Labour Party’s U-turn on the £1.1bn grab on Portsmouth landlord’s wallets Well, with the General Election just over the horizon and having been asked by a number of Portsmouth homeowners and Portsmouth buy to let landlords what the different main parties would do to the local property market, in this week’s article we focus on […]

Is This the End of No-Fault Section 21 Evictions for the 111,292 Bristol Tenants?

Is This the End of No-Fault Section 21 Evictions for the 111,292 Bristol Tenants? In the late spring, the Government announced that they were planning to end no-fault evictions for tenants living in private rented accommodation. I have had a number of Bristol landlords contact me anxious that removing a tenant from their Bristol buy-to-let […]

Is This the End of No-Fault Section 21 Evictions for the 55,608 Portsmouth Tenants?

Is This the End of No-Fault Section 21 Evictions for the 55,608 Portsmouth Tenants? In the late spring, the Government announced that they were planning to end no-fault evictions for tenants living in private rented accommodation. I have had a number of Portsmouth landlords contact me anxious that removing a tenant from their Portsmouth buy-to-let […]

Tips for renting out your property

I am asked on a regular basis by my landlords, when they feel works are required, what should I do to my property before offering it to the open market and my response has always been along the same lines, are you prepared to absorb a minor upfront costs to create a better long term […]

Student accommodation: Why choose NEXA?

As a recent graduate from the University of Portsmouth, I have experienced first-hand how scary it can be moving to a new city and surroundings to study. Finding a homely environment that is comfortable for both everyday living and studying can be tricky and trusting an agency to find the right accommodation for you is […]

Budget 2018: How will it affect the sales and rental market?

Earlier this week Chancellor Philip Hammond announced the budget, the final before the UK will leave the EU. How will it affect buying/selling and renting going forward over the next 12 months? All first time buyers who are buying shared equity homes up to £500,000 are now exempt from stamp duty. This is a large […]

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