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CJ Property news and articles for landlords and tenants.
Are you paying too much for your gas and electricity?
Winter is coming – and energy prices are rising fast!
This year alone, we’ve seen four of the big six energy companies put up prices twice – leading to millions of people paying more for their gas and electricity.
With Autumn in full swing and winter on the way, it’s the time of year when condensation, damp and mould begin to set in – and they will only get worse over the coming months. Apart from looking unsightly, they can cause lasting damage to a property, and can exacerbate health problems for those living there.
This year, don’t let mould ruin your home or investment property – keep it dry and comfortable with this guide to controlling condensation.
As the mercury falls and Autumn arrives, it’s the perfect time to take stock and check the heating system in your property. Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, taking steps to ensure that your boiler is working properly now could save you time, effort, discomfort and cost when winter arrives.
Avoid getting left out in the cold and ensure your properties stay warm and comfortable throughout the winter months by following these top tips.
Hull is on the up, and there’s a real building boom going on. There are new apartment developments springing up all over the city, and at CJ Property, we’re currently marketing some fantastic luxury apartments at Essex House. In this post, we provide our 4 top tips when purchasing buy to let apartments in Hull (or anywhere).
This month in our ongoing property investment series, we’re taking a look at HU17 – the Beverley postcode. Centred on the historic market town, this prosperous, aspirational area offers a different proposition for property investors than other postcodes.
In this post, we take you behind the scenes of our agency and examine the service we offer – telling you what goes into our property management work, and how we ensure our landlords get real value from our support.
In the latest instalment in our ongoing property investment series, we examine the HU16 postcode, an area to the North West of the city. Home to Cottingham, one of the largest suburban villages in the country, as well as several smaller villages, it’s an ever popular place to live with a strong rental market.
In this latest edition of the series – we take a look at HU15, a rural area to the west of Hull. An expansive rural postcode including a number of commuter villages and agricultural communities, it’s very popular with young families – with a booming rental market.