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How to let your property

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Renting out your home is a great way to retain your property if you're relocating as a result of a change of circumstance for a period of time.  It allows you to keep your original property as an investment and of course you benefit from the mortgage being paid by the tenants while you wait for house prices to start rising again.  Here are a few top tips to get your property...

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10 questions you need to ask when viewing a property

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Sometimes, the process of viewing another person’s home can be daunting, and perhaps a little bit awkward. After all, this is the only time when it’s perfectly acceptable to run a strangers taps and showers, have a look in their cupboards and cellars and even try flushing the toilet! May people will leave a viewing with a number of unanswered questions. But remember, this is...

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Wrapping Up for Winter: Preparing your Buy-to-Let Properties for Winter
Wrapping Up for Winter: Preparing your Buy-to-Let Properties for Winter

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With summer behind us and winter rapidly approaching, it's time to ensure that your buy-to-let property maintenance is wrapped up before the cold season arrives.  As a landlord, you have a legal responsibility to ensure that your gas and electrical heating equipment and appliances are safe.  If you fail to comply with your legal duties, you may find yourself uninsured if th...

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How to Protect your Homes from Wind and Rain
How to Protect your Homes from Wind and Rain

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After the most intense September storm in 30 years and more wet weather on the way, it is the right time to inspect your home to prevent any water damage.  It's important that we all know how to protect our homes from the wet/windy weather, especially if your house if up for sale/let and you are showing potential purchasers/tenant around.  

Homes in the Tyne & Wear and Count...

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Tips for choosing the right location when buying a house - Part Two
Tips for choosing the right location when buying a house - Part Two

by Your Move Chris Stonock

When buying a new house, many people view the location as the most important consideration. But, how can you choose the right location for you and your family? 

Privacy, is this important to you?  If so, how close do want your neighbours to be situated?  Many enjoy the interaction of having neighbours nearby, whereas many like the idea of complete privacy. When thinking about...

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Tips for choosing the right location when buying a house
Tips for choosing the right location when buying a house

by Your Move Chris Stonock

When buying a new house, many people view the location as the most important consideration. But, how can you choose the right location for you and your family? 

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Average Scottish House Price for March 2012

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The latest Scotland House Price Index from LSL Property Services reveals the average house price in Scotland for March 2012

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Estate Agency Careers - Training and Development with YOUR MOVE
Estate Agency Careers - Training and Development with YOUR MOVE

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Key to our success and your development as an estate agent is regular training and the opportunity to learn new skills

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Starting an Estate Agency Career - Trainee Estate Agent Jobs
Starting an Estate Agency Career - Trainee Estate Agent Jobs

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Thinking about a change in career or making the move to push your career forward? In the first of a three part series of posts we offer some tips about starting an estate agency career and how to search for estate agent jobs at YOUR MOVE

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