Having a poor credit history can have a serious impact – especially for people wanting to rent a property – and top of the list of things you don’t want on your credit history is a CCJ. But what are they, and what can you do about it if you’ve got one?
With winter and the cold weather already here in the UK most of us have already been turning the heating up on a sliding scale as the weeks run up to Christmas.
Whether you are moving in with a new partner or simply looking to move out of home and move in with some flatmates;
Many households in the UK are trying to keep monthly bills to a minimum. While clever services such as Look After My Bills can help keep costs down by finding you a cheaper rate, real savings can be achieved by investing in smart home technology. In this guide we’ll explore some of the best ways to cut down your energy bill using modern smart technology such as Nest thermometers, the Hive app and light-detecting light bulbs. Read on to discover which smart technology can reduce your energy bills.
As a tenant it can be a struggle to try and calculate your monthly budget after rent, especially if you are unsure as to which bills you are actually responsible for. In this blog we will discuss which bills you, the tenant, needs to pay and which are the responsibility of the Landlord.
As a landlord, there are many details to manage to ensure your investment is running as it should and generating the expected returns, while also providing your tenants with a habitable, safe and secure home. One of the last things on many landlords’ mind are energy suppliers and where everything is running well, changing that supplier is often a job they can’t face or don’t consider to be necessary.
As we ease into autumn once again, we start becoming more aware of our heating bills. No one enjoys being cold all winter, but there are several ways you can stay comfortable without paying (quite so much) for the privilege. Here are 7 tips to keeping warm whilst lowering your heating bills: