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To Let sign outside house Time To Prepare For Right To Rent Day

We have previously written about the Right to Rent scheme, which is currently in operation across selected areas, including Birmingham. Under the terms of the pilot scheme, landlords in these areas are obliged to check that tenants are legally entitled…

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Model house protected by glass bowl Are You One Of The 80% Who Are Under-Insured?

Being one of the 80% may seem like a positive prospect, and in some cases it is. However, the question in this article’s title relates to the proportion of UK households which are currently under-insured – a category you definitely…

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Dog sitting on ripped chair The Telltale Signs Of A Bad Tenant

While becoming a landlord can be a very rewarding course of action, it’s not without its potential downfalls. Aside from the financial expenses associated with maintaining your rental property to an acceptable standard, there is always the possibility of a…

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Sealander Amphibious Caravan Ever Fancied Amphibious Caravanning?

Did you know it was an option? To be perfectly honest, we didn’t know it was an option and that’s mainly because it isn’t. Yet. However, if German designer Daniel Straub’s Sealander goes to plan, an all-in-one caravan and boat…

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Sun hat on top of suitcases at airport The World’s Worst Airports 2015

It’s a bit of a dubious honour indeed, but has recently announced the results of its 2015 worst airports survey. Approximately 25,000 people took part in the research, revealing the airports in which they had the worst experiences and…

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Crashed caravan through snaking How To Avoid Caravan Snaking

As anyone who has experienced it will know, snaking can be a terrifying, and potentially very dangerous, occurrence. If you’re not already familiar with the term, snaking is the commonly-used term for when the caravan becomes destabilised and moves around…

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