Buy-to-Let Earnings: According to research CRJ Lettings, house prices have increased by more than the average salary in more than a quarter of districts across the U.K. Whilst many of these areas are in London, it goes to show that lots of property owners will find that their home (or buy-to-let property) has earnt more […]
One of the problems about building new houses is the cost of the land they are built on. There is a huge amount of difference between the value of agricultural land and land which has planning permission for housing. There is also a difference in the value of land which is out in the sticks […]
Our Mystery Box promotion may have ended at the end of January but you can still get all (or most) of the Boxes content in our free E-Book. It is available when you complete our annual survey – but only until 16 February. Find out more here. But what happened on the blog last week? […]
Welcome to the first news post of February. What has been happening news wise? Fergus WIlson Litigation You may remember that Mr WIlson was suing vlogger Danny Hyde for £10,000 under the Malicious Communications Act as he objected to comments made by Hyde criticising his policy to ban non-white tenants “because of the curry smell […]
London Trading Standards On Thursday the 25th January 2018 I went to the Guildhall, art gallery near the Bank of England to a seminar arranged by London Trading Standards on enforcing legislation against letting agents in the capital. There were around 85 delegates, most of whom, as you would expect, were council Trading Standards officers […]
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If you are homeless and desperate, it must be particularly galling to see properties lying around empty. “How can that be fair?” they must ask themselves. A fair question. The problem is particularly acute in the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, home to some of the most expensive properties in the world – many […]
A review of the best eco-friendly laundry detergent brands including powders, liquids and pods to…
For developers considering a premier destination, the new Aura development in Liverpool should be at the top of many investment shortlists. The days of dismal student accommodation is now just a distant memory, and the Aura complex provides a wonderful new way of living for students in one of the most vibrant and up and […]
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Darren has been a BDM for the last three years and has worked in financial services for 25 years, most of the time as a broker.
Darren provildes insight into the role of a BDM at The Mortgage Works and tells us how he helps support you and your clients…