It may now be more attractive for tenants to challenge their landlord’s refusal to grant them a new lease.
Cases of burglary continue to rise in 2018 in England and Wales and also remain a problem across the rest of the world. Burglary is a hot topic during political debates with people pointing the finger of blame towards cuts in police funding or the ways in which crime is reported or dealt with from c
The digital conveyancing platform When You Move has today released a nationally representative study surrounding the lack of transparency in property transaction fees – from surveyors and conveyancers to estate agents and logistics. The data reveals the true extent of the deficit between homebuyer
The property and construction industries have seen a huge influx in the use of drones, due to the flexibility they bring to businesses. These small yet sophisticated devices could soon become as common on-site as trucks and diggers.
One and Only Pro Launches to Shake up Buy-to-Let Property Investment Market
Housing needs in the UK are changing amid declining levels of home ownership and lifestyle shifts.
Every day hundreds of column inches are dedicated to problems within the British housing market. We are building too few homes, at too high a price, and for too few people. Our system is broken and it is those on lower incomes who are bearing the brunt. Demand for social housing available to rent in
Are English cities really untrusting and detached from their neighbours? A new survey by so-sure suggests that urban neighbours trust and know one another better than you might think.
Bath ranks in first position as the most picturesque place in England, followed by Canterbury and Oxford
It’s official, Brits are a nation of hoarders – with a staggering £48 billion worth of unused household items gathering dust in the nation’s attics, spare rooms and garages, according to a new study.
Technology is rapidly evolving, environmental awareness is increasing and with this, the way our customers are using their home is changing.