Life is nothing if not a series of contrasts. After the glamour of strutting my stuff, rather embarrassingly […]
Well the boot is very firmly on the other foot now. Instead of being a landlord, I am […]
I have never been tempted to go it alone. A lot of people ask me why I use […]
Standing in the rain outside a Regency Villa in Cheltenham the other day, the Conservation Official looked me […]
There must be something in the air. Spring may be a little late gracing us with its presence, […]
Happy New Year everyone. Cream-crackered?? I am. Why are the Christmas holidays so exhausting? Do you, like me, […]
The difference between decorating a rental investment and a holiday home investment is that where a rental property must be very neutral to suit all tastes, a holiday home can feel a lot more like your own personal home and should have a very comfy, lived-in, child-friendly ambience.
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It seems to me that some people still think of landlords as a mean spirited, greedy species living off the misfortune of others, providing accommodation that even your pet hamster might balk at, but while that may have been true in the days of Rackman and his henchmen, things are very different now.
Fiona Fullerton admits that investing in buy-to-let these days is quite a science and not as easy as […]