• Tenant Fees Bill passes into law and will apply to all tenancies signed after 1/06/19

    The Tenant fees bill,  banning agents from charging fees to tenants has now been given Royal Assent and will apply to all tenancies signed after June 1.

    The bill – prevent landlords and agents from charging: ‘Anything not exempted, that the tenant is required to pay as a condition of the ‘of the grant, renewal, continuance, variation, assignment, novation or termination of’ an assured shorthold tenancy, or licence agreement.


    The new rules came into force from 6 of April 2018,that mean that the annual gas safety check will now be allowed to renew up to 2 months ahead if time.

  • International day of Happyness!

    Celebrate international day of HAPPYNESS with our new offer for new landlords- only 5% LETTING FEES during March_April 2018. Call our office to arrange free valuation!

  • New requirements for Landlords from the 1st April 2018

    New requirement will be for any properties rented out in the private rented sector from the 1st April 2018 . Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) has to be a minimum rating of E. The regulations will come into force for new lets and renewals of tenancies with effect from 1st April 2018 and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement, unless there is an applicable exemption.

  • There’s still time to move into a new home for Christmas!

    If you’re thinking of moving into your new dream home for Christmas, but worry there’s not enough time – worry no more! We’ve got a selection of properties available, all ready for you to move into.The process of moving into a new home can be completed in just two weeks!!!

  • Welcome to our new web sait!

    Stamp Duty Relief

    New buyers were granted a stamp duty exemption in the latest Budget announcement, allowing you to write off Stamp Duty on the first £300,000 of your first home! This means if you are a first-time-buyer, you will save up to £5,000.
    Meanwhile those buying homes worth up to £500,000 will pay no stamp duty on the first £300,000.If the property you are buying is worth over £500,000, you will pay the standard rates of Stamp Duty.

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