The UN’s COP26 conference in Glasgow has pushed climate change back to the top of the UK government’s agenda. The government has recently announced its intentions to improve as many homes across the country as possible, aiming to ensure… Read More
As the autumn weather sets in across Yorkshire, you may be thinking about updating your home. Each week we value and sell beautiful properties bursting with design inspiration in Crossgates, Garforth, Rothwell, Sherburn in Elmet and the… Read More
We understand how competitive the property market is at the moment. If you’re buying your first home or moving up/down the property ladder, we can help you move. We’re seeing properties spend 20% less time on the market in 2021 versus 2020… Read More
June is almost here (hopefully bringing with it some sunshine!), but first it’s Spring Bank Holiday weekend. If you’re looking to make plans (whilst staying COVID-safe), there are plenty of outdoor activities and days out in the local area.
The government has announced that the temporary changes to Right to Rent Checks will end on 21st June 2021. Once the changes are lifted, face-to-face and physical document checks will be required once again.
According to the Office for National Statistics, UK house prices have seen the highest annual growth rate since 2008’s financial crisis. Yorkshire & the Humber has seen the highest increase across England, with prices soaring by 14% in… Read More
The government recently announced their plans to publish a White Paper in the autumn, which will detail proposals to make the private rented sector fairer for landlords and tenants. At the state opening of Parliament on the 19th December… Read More
Earlier this the week the government announced that the eviction ban and changes to the notice period for ending a tenancy will be eased. Notice period The government extended the notice period for ending a tenancy as an emergency measure… Read More
From 4th May 2021, the government is launching its new Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space) Regulations in England and Wales.
The government has extended the six month notice period and ban on bailiff-enforced evictions until 31st May 2021.
If you are a landlord of a residential property, you should be aware that the electrical installations in your rental properties must be inspected and tested at least every five years.
During last week’s budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the government will be introducing 95% mortgages from next month. The move will allow first time buyers and home movers to purchase a property with a 5% deposit. Last year Boris… Read More