A recent survey shows that 42 per cent of tenants regard the eco-friendliness of a property as key when choosing whether or not to rent it as a home. This figure jumps to 50% amongst those looking to rent in London
The government has announced that it’s launching a review into the requirement for carbon monoxide alarms in homes across England
Agents have declared March a buyer’s market after almost nine in ten properties sold for less than asking price, the highest on record
Sue Hill joined East Midlands Property Management team in April 2007 as a Receptionist. During the last 11 years Sue has been based at the firm’s Newark office on Cartergate and is now a Senior Lettings Administrator
Landlords are selling or making home improvement to their existing properties to increase their rental potential, but fewer are building up their portfolios.
Landlords What sets EMPM apart from the rest? Established for over 20 years our fully trained, friendly, efficient staff have a wealth of knowledge of the local area that can make all the difference. We pride ourselves on offering the service we would want to receive ourselves. We recognise the value of your investment and [&hellip
From April 1, privately rented homes in England and Wales must have a minimum Energy Performance Certificate rating of E. Initially, this will apply only to new tenancies and renewals, before being extended to all existing tenancies by 2020.
Only four per cent of tenants and landlords are aware of the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards being introduced in just a fortnight’s time. A number of landlords are also unaware of their Energy Performance Rating of the property they rented or let out, and fewer landlords have never taken steps to improve the energy efficiency of [&hellip
Celebrities are supporting a campaign to axe VAT on safety products for landlords, including gas safety checks, fire alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, fire doors and fire extinguishers.
Any properties rented out from the 1st April 2018 will need to comply with the government’s new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards. Landlords only have 1 month to make sure their properties comply with these new regulations