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Unpack and relax
Tags: Tips, Moving 101

Moving 101: Unpack and relax – our top 3 tips

Posted on 17/05/2018

It’s always the case – you think the hard part is over, now you’ve moved, but you then step back and look at the piles of boxes with a feeling of dread.
Where do you even begin to know where to start with unpacking it all? While we can’t help you do the heavy lifting, we can give you some of our best quick-tips to lighten the load.

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Making the most of Millennial renting

Posted on 27/04/2018

As a new report reveals that tenants are renting privately for longer, how can Millennials make the most of their rental property while keeping on top of monies and retaining some flexibility regarding lifestyle and finances?

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How can tenants check for rogue landlords and letting agents?

Posted on 17/04/2018

Following the recent introduction of the Rogue Landlord and Agent Checker in London, how can tenants use this ‘name and shame’ database when looking for a rental home?

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Energy efficiency – your landlord must ensure your home’s up to scratch

Posted on 13/04/2018

New legislation means your landlord needs to make sure your property is up to scratch when it comes to energy efficiency – here’s a round‐up of what you need to know and how to request improvements.

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Tags: Gardening, DIY

A beginner’s guide: Create a spring-ready garden

Posted on 12/04/2018

No matter what your budget or how temporary your accommodation – we think everyone should be able to enjoy a pretty garden in the spring. You don’t need to be too green-fingered in order to create an outdoor space you’ll enjoy!

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How to ensure your deposit is protected

Posted on 09/03/2018

When you move into a rental property, you're required to pay a deposit and it's a legal requirement for this deposit to be protected by your landlord. What is deposit protection and how can you ensure your deposit is protected?

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