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Why don’t you give nature a home where you live?

Posted on 08/08/2013

The RSPB is on a mission to give our birds and wildlife a home – and it needs YOUR help.

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Moving house: the definitive guide for students

Posted on 08/08/2013

Students, you’re leaving home to start university…meet new friends…enjoy endless nights out…and of course study for a degree! But, have you actually thought about the logistics of moving from your family home to student digs – which let’s face it, are not really suitable homes for Mum’s best china or designer rug.

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Tags: Tips

Top Tips for making your house more like home

Posted on 01/08/2013

In most rental properties, painting the walls, changing the carpets and even in some cases hanging pictures and canvases can be completely off limits for you as a tenant. So, before you start thinking about colour schemes and sorting through the family snapshots – first things first – make sure you get your landlord or letting agent’s permission before you start work. It might even be a good idea to ask for this in writing, just in case any questions are raised at your next inspection.

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Tags: Pets

Renting with pets

Posted on 01/08/2013

If you've ever tried to find a rental property that allows you to move your pet in too, chances are you found it quite difficult to find somewhere suitable – and you’re not alone either.

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Deposit Protection

Posted on 31/07/2013

Disputes over un-returned deposits can be a lengthy and sometimes upsetting process, especially if your letting agent or landlord is claiming damages that you know you didn’t cause.

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Renter’s solutions: Gardening without a garden

Posted on 31/07/2013

It can be difficult to be green fingered if you’re renting a flat or apartment that doesn’t have a garden. However, there are lots of articles and blogs online that offer a wide-range of top tips and ideas for growing plants and even vegetables on balconies, patios and windowsills.

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