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Bottleneck of housing supply sees rents rise in July
Bottleneck of housing supply sees rents rise in July

by Press Office

Your Move has reported in its latest Buy to Let Index that a shrinking supply of property appears to be pushing rent levels up with nine out of ten UK regions seeing rents increasing over the year to July 2017.  The average monthly rent now stands at £874.

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Naomi raises funds for Children in Need
Naomi raises funds for Children in Need

by Press Office

Naomi Sullivan – a sales agent for Your Move’s Land & New Homes Division – has been working hard to raise funds for the charity Children in Need.

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Mortgage Advice for Student Lettings
Mortgage Advice for Student Lettings

by Your Move

If you’re planning to invest in student lets and need to borrow to buy the property, the first thing to know is that you can’t simply take out a standard Buy to Let mortgage. But don't worry, this blog covers your next steps.

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Politics and Property: What does a hung parliament mean for landlords?
Politics and Property: What does a hung parliament mean for landlords?

by Your Move

Theresa May called the latest election because she wanted to get more Conservative MPs into the House of Commons. Instead, we found ourselves with no political party gaining the majority of seats, which is known as a hung parliament. As a result, we've outlined the impact this has on the housing market and how landlords can help themselves in the current political climate.  ...

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Winner of Your Move Prize Draw announced
Winner of Your Move Prize Draw announced

by Press Office

Following the completion of a Your Move tenant survey earlier this year and, as a result,  the automatic entry into a national prize draw, we are delighted to announce that Alexandra McGahey from Manchester is the winner of a month’s free rent.

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Landlords: concerned about letting to international students?
Landlords: concerned about letting to international students?

by Your Move

There are so many benefits to renting your property out to students. With high demand and longer rental periods, student lettings can produce higher yields. However, some landlords can have particular concerns over letting to international students.With this in mind, Your Move has identified two of these concerns and provided ways landlords can find support to not miss the o...

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Average Scottish house prices rise 4.6% over the year
Average Scottish house prices rise 4.6% over the year

by Press Office

Your Move has reported in its latest Scottish House Price Index that the average house price in Scotland stood at £175,941 – that’s £7,779 higher than the same time last year and an increase of 0.5% over the month.  Added to this, with the number of transactions completed being up 8%, it appears that activity in the property market is strong.

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Afternoon Tea Week 2017
Afternoon Tea Week 2017

by Your Move

Since the 1840’s, Britons have enjoyed gathering round a tea table for that mid-afternoon boost – an array of decadent cakes, scrumptious scones, strong leaf teas and sometimes the addition of champagne. Of course, we’re talking about afternoon tea and this week is Afternoon Tea Week 2017! These next seven days are all about celebrating this great British tradition, and this...

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Top Tips on Making Use of Small Garden Spaces
Top Tips on Making Use of Small Garden Spaces

by Your Move

Whether you're buying, selling, letting out a propert,y or even staying put, smaller garden areas such as terrace yards can still be attractive and comfortable places to enjoy. They just require a little inspiration and maintenance. Looking at some examples of properties currently on the market, here are our top tips on how to get creative with smaller outdoor spaces.

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Average rents in Scotland standing at £569 per month
Average rents in Scotland standing at £569 per month

by Press Office

Your Move has announced in its latest Scottish Buy to Let Index that average rents in Scotland stood at £569 per month in June, that’s 1.8% higher than a year ago and 1.4% higher than in May.

 

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