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February 2024 mortgage approvals levels were 40% above their level in February 2023.   A year ago mortgage approvals hit their lowest levels (39,900) since the Global Financial Crisis (with the exception of Covid). Latest data shows that has r... read more »
 
 
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) continue to be the main method of determining how energy efficient a home is. Each certificate provides a rating from A to G reflecting the current energy performance as well as a potential rating if improveme... read more »
 
 
Monitoring the outlook for various economic indicators gives us a good view on both the current and future direction of the housing market. At the Bank of England March meeting the bank rate was held at 5.25% but the governor announced "We are... read more »
 
 
The Easter Bunny is hopping into action this year, dropping off over 80 million easter eggs that are sold in the UK each year. That’s eggquvilent to almost 80 times the number of home sales that took place over the last year, at 1,011,280. &nb... read more »
 
 
In general terms, the landlord must show that they have suffered a loss in order to claim from the tenancy deposit. If the utilities are not paid, it doesn’t always mean that the landlord has suffered a financial loss. If prepared correctly, th... read more »
 
 
22/03/2024
Council Tax Disaggregation   What is council tax disaggregation and how is this going to affect landlords and tenants in England going forward?   This change actually affects almost all houses in multiple occupation, and some other prop... read more »
 
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