Mould - Tenant or Landlord Responsibility?

Mould happens. If you're not in a new build in the UK you've likely had problems with mould. Security deposits act as an insurance for landlords to replace or repair damages by the tenant but where does mould fit in. Whose responsibility is mould? You’ll be pleased to know it's not a straightforward answer, it’s a grey area and likely depends on which situation you find yourself in. 

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Furnishing Your Home on a Budget

For many, purchasing a property is a big milestone in life. It’s an exciting time to finally have your own space and even better giving it your own personal touch. The beauty is, no one's opinion matters and you have free roam to furnish as you please. The problem is, expense usually gets in the way. It can cost £5,632 to kit out a new apartment with furniture but here’s how we can help you do it cheaper.

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Pet Jargon Explained

So you have a pet, or getting a pet! That's exciting but the worry is your landlord? You're right there is more liability for the tenant when owning a pet and this might discourage some landlords. Truthfully, however, there are positives that landlords recognise that might attract them to letting out their properties to pet owners.

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5 Reasons you Could Lose your Deposit

To a tenant getting a full deposit returned is one of the most important things to think about when leaving a property. Chances are you’ve already had to pay for a new deposit upfront to the property you are moving to and are currently out of pocket.

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Is conducting property viewings during lockdown doable?

As the government takes its first cautious steps to move us gradually out of lockdown, the housing secretary, Robert Jenrick, has given permission for estate agents in England to reopen and for property viewings to restart. This will be welcome news to all those people who have been waiting to move for the past couple of months, but there are some issues that will still need to be considered.

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