When there is more than one tenant named on the tenancy agreement, problems can arise when one of the tenants chooses to move out before the end of the contract. If the tenant simply leaves, they are still responsible for their share of the rent. Fortunately, if correct notice is given, it is possible to draw up new tenancy agreements and avoid breaches of contract.
Many buyers in the London property market are looking for attractive period features in a potential home, and recent figures suggest that a fireplace in the main room can increase the selling price by up to 5%. Providing a focal point and adding the property’s character, a fireplace is an asset to your London property which you should make the most of when preparing to sell.
Saving for a deposit to buy a house in Hayes or anywhere else in London can seem like a daunting prospect, but by choosing a savings account with a good rate of interest, you will impress mortgage lenders and gradually build up the right amount of money.
Read on for more ideas on how to save money for a house deposit.
A CBRE study has shown that the prime central London property market is slower at the moment, with the real growth taking place in some of London’s outer boroughs. Southwark, Camden, Islington, Hackney and Newham are all areas expected to see at least 30% growth over the next decade.