We’re halfway through the third month of 2022 – how are you getting on? Planning on selling your home, doing renovations or renting out your property?
In this months edition of the Fish Need Water’s newsletter we’ve put together tips for both landlords and sellers on how to get the most out of your investments.
Here’s what we’ve got for you:
- For Landlords: We take you behind the scenes of a typical FNW work week
- For Homeowners looking to sell: How to make your home feel lighter and more spacious
- Property Industry Eye: New law to reveal foreign owners as Economic Crime Bill gets royal assent
LETTING AGENT DIARY: BEHIND THE SCENES OF A TYPICAL WORKING WEEK
Meeting new people and being out in the neighbourhood are two of our favourite things, but the icing on the cake is handing over the keys on moving day. It’s such a moment of joy for everyone – the landlord, the tenants, us – as a whole new chapter begins.
The lettings world moves much faster than sales, but agents have far more paperwork and responsibility. With no solicitors checking contracts, it’s down to us to get everything right, and all while keeping up the pace. Click HERE to see how it all comes together.
Of all the different things buyers ask for when looking for a home (from the style, to the location, to the price), two things transcend everything: light and space.
Both are precious commodities, and not just when it comes to property in East Dulwich. Natural light is good for all of us and fuels a positive mood, while space and comfort provide a sense of permanence and peace.
As winter begins to fade, the opportunity is here to fling open the curtains once more and capture the extra daylight of the new season. Spring brings budding flowers, blossoming trees and welcome sunshine, all of which affect the appearance of our homes, both inside and out. What better time to make a few changes? You’ll find plenty of expert tips right HERE to amplify the feeling of light and space in every room.
New laws designed to tackle “dirty money” in the UK have been fast-tracked through Parliament in a bid to target Russian oligarchs who own property in the UK.
The legislation to establish a new register of overseas entities, requiring foreign owners of property in the UK to declare their identity, is part of a wider package of measures being introduced by the UK government aimed at clamping down on Russian oligarchs following the Ukraine invasion.
Those behind foreign companies who do not reveal their true identities will face restrictions on the selling or renting of the property under their ownership. Additionally, those who break rules could face fines of up to £2,500 a day or up to five years in prison. For the full article, click HERE
What’s next for you?
If you own a rental property in South East London and you’d like to know if it could perform any better, or get a no-obligation valuation on your property, why not get in touch? Call us on 02086907766 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for some friendly and expert advice that could seriously improve the value and yield of your investment.