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31 Jul 2014

Buy to Let

Buy to Let
New Move Lettings have seen huge rental demand for properties in and around the Crawley area; more and more landlords are now looking to increase their property portfolio as rental prices increase. At New Move we are in a position to advise on any future property acquisitions that you may wish to make, indicating the potential yields and potential future capital growth. If you are considering a new investment, Crawley currently has 2 new residential…
Floating Village London’s Royal Docks
Boris Johnson announces new development of a floating village to be built at Royal Docks London Plans to build Britain’s first ‘floating village’ at London’s Royal Docks moved a step closer today after the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, revealed that Carillion Igloo Genesis had won the competition to design and build it. The Mayor unveiled ambitious plans in February 2013 to create a ‘floating village’ as part of his on-going drive to transform London’s…
Window Blinds Safety Standards
In order to reduce the risk of babies and toddlers strangling themselves on the cords of internal window blinds, major changes have been made to the standards for the manufacture, supply and professional installation of internal blinds. All internal blinds sold must now comply with the 2014 standards. It is also illegal to supply or professionally install an internal window blind which does not comply with the new child safely requirements, whether children are present …
Unlicensed House of Multiple Occupation
A landlord has been ordered to pay almost £40,000 in fines and legal costs after he admitted failing to license three houses in multiple occupation. Harishbhai Rambhai Patel pleaded guilty to 12 offences under the Housing Act 2004. Leicester magistrates fined Mr Patel £10,000 for each of the three houses he had failed to license. In addition, he was also fined £500 for failing to produce the necessary documents, a further £4,000 for eight breaches…
Police in North London have uncovered a brothel operating out of apparently a normal privately rented property. According to the local newspapers, a neighbour had informed police that the flat recieved a lot of visitors and that there was noise at night. When police officers entered the property, they found a madam and 2 sex workers. The landlord apparently had no idea the property was being used as a brothel. This incident comes as the…
UK House Sale Prices
Once you get outside of the rather protected M25 area, house prices are a little less that certain. Most house prices are being artificially supported by the central banks and UK government schemes. Even with all the assistance on interest rates by the Bank of England and the recent news that the central lending rate is now begin linked to the unemployment figures prices remain too high in comparison to incomes around the UK. We…
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