Is there an Eastern European “Exodus” in Derby?

I was having a thought-provoking conversation with a Derby buy-to-let landlord a couple of weeks ago about everything to do with property. We discussed the Election result, the imminent Brexit deadline and how the reported voluntary repatriation of Eastern Europeans had affected the property market in Derby. It transpired some of his Derby tenants, who […]

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The Population of the UK in a Single Street…

If the population of the UK were condensed into just a single street, a third of us would live in a semi-detached house worth £207,000. A quarter of the population would live in a detached home worth almost £333,000 More than a quarter would live in a terraced house, at an average price of £177,000 […]

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Social Media can Help Burglars Target your Home

A THIRD OF PEOPLE (34%) REGULARLY POST UPDATES THROUGHOUT THEIR TIME OFF ON HOLIDAY Whether it’s that #nofilter shot of a sunset, the “hot dogs or legs” photo, or checking in to an intimate beach-side dinner, many of us love to show the world what we’ve been up to on our holidays. Aviva’s Travel Report […]

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Paws for Thought… Should Landlords Accept Pets?

  By Annie Cope Tenants with pets are often dismissed out of hand by landlords who are worried about potential damage to their property. This is very understandable. However, opening up your property to tenants with pets will maximise its rental potential and by excluding pet owners, you are missing out on a huge part […]

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