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CJ Property news and articles for landlords and tenants.
2020 has been a turbulent time for all of us – personally and professionally.
The UK housing market has not been immune from the impact of the crisis. For months, it ground to a near standstill, with house prices dropping at near-record rates since March.
However, we are now seeing some light at the end of the tunnel – and the impact of the crisis has opened-up some real opportunities. In fact, there has never been a better time to invest in buy to let property in Hull.
At CJ Property, we’ve made some major changes to our working practices to protect our teams, landlords and tenants during the coronavirus outbreak.
In this April update, we outline these changes, and look at what they mean for you, our landlords and tenants.
On 1st April 2020, the government is making some significant changes to the rules regarding Minimum Energy Efficiency standards – and it’s essential that all your properties meet the new regulations.
In this post, we explore what is happening, and what landlords need to do before April to ensure their properties are compliant.
As the government continues to pivot towards more ‘tenant friendly’ policies, there are several key pieces of legislation that are set to have an impact on landlords in the UK from April 2020.
In this post, we explore the changes, and examine the potential impact on landlords.
The world of buy to let mortgages is ever-changing. With 1000’s of competing products to choose from, and each lender having different criteria, choosing the right mortgage has become a complex task. That’s why it pays to get the knowledge and support of an independent mortgage broker.
As the wetter, colder weather arrives, it brings with it a host of potential property issues and risks that are best dealt with early. Left unchecked, they can cause some serious problems when winter sets in.
Here’s our list of the top jobs landlords need to look during autumn to protect their property and keep their tenants happy throughout the winter months.
In this post, we’re taking stock – reviewing the past few years, since the launch of our new brand and website in April 2017.
In this post, we unpack the announcement – looking at what has happened, when it’s happening, and the potential impact on landlords.