As well as looking after the inside of your property, remember to inspect outside. Landlord garden maintenance may only be doable periodically, but the tasks involved can be much the same as you already do at home!

At home bars are becoming increasingly popular as we are all spending more time in our homes. When creating and designing your home bar setup, homeowners are getting inventive, using previously wasted space or converting part of their cellars into places of relaxation and enjoyment. Here are 8 tips to consider for your own home bar setup…

Selling your home is a big deal and can sometimes be stressful. Between deciding when to list your home for sale, for how much, and what home renovations you should do beforehand, there is a lot of planning involved. One important aspect that many sellers overlook is staging…

With a new-found love for our homes this past year, it’s likely you’ve racked up a laundry list of ways that you’d love to revamp your space. And what better time to refresh and upgrade your home than the start of spring?

Most tenants today aren’t looking for temporary digs, they’re looking for a home. And as the lettings market has grown, standards have gone up. So what does your property need to offer to make sure the best tenants are falling over each other to rent it?

When your home isn’t selling, you need to find out why – is it the price, the presentation or the agent? We reveal 8 top tips to boost your marketing.

Such a lot has happened in the last 10 years from recovering from the global credit crunch (doesn't that feel like a lifetime ago?) to this terrible Pandemic and I have delved into what has happened to the Flitwick property market .

Although rent arrears have been a hot topic during the pandemic, it’s far from being a new subject. That said, if the discussion has taught us anything in the last year, it’s that anyone can be affected by economic events: no-one is immune, however high their income.

Has there ever been a better time for Biggleswade home sellers?

Not every inventory ends up providing the protection that landlords expect. There are plenty of cases where the language used – and the style adopted – have caused more confusion and doubt over disputes, which for a landlord will generally mean a reduced or refused claim.

We've all had that sense of all-consuming joy when finding the home of our dreams, and what a feeling it is! Excitement, anticipation and nerves all rolled into a single moment, and much of it unquantifiable.

The world of property has its own language of acronyms and specialist terminology. Our jargon buster explains the meaning behind the Jargon.