Being a Landlord allows you to be self-employed and enjoy some freedom whilst also bringing in a decent income which can make it an extremely attractive profession for any individual.
The last month of summer before many families return to work and school as normal after the Covid interruption. However, there has also been plenty of property news circling throughout this month to cast your eye over that we have covered including the following:
In a last-minute U-turn, the government decided on Friday 21 August to extend the current eviction ban by a month. The ban had been due to end on Monday 24 August after being in place for five months, but the extension means that courts in England and Wales now won’t hear any repossession cases until 20 September.
It can be a relief once you have packed up your home, but the hard work is just beginning. Moving is stressful and unpacking can be the worst part when you’re trying to find a place for everything. To settle in quicker it’s important to plan ahead. Here are some of our tips that might help:
When it comes to selling your house and searching for a new home, it can be an emotional whirlwind. Depending on your situation, emotions can include excitement about the new chapter, stress of the buyers chain, and a nostalgic feeling about the memories you made in your old home. Nostalgia might overcome you when you walk through your old house and close the front door for the final time. Your emotions might even overcome you and work against you when trying to sell your house.