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The generational effect of the lack of suitable homes for the elderly..

In this week’s article on the Rochdale property market, we consider what effect the lack of bungalows and affordable accommodation is having on older homeowners in Rochdale. The knock-on effect on the housing ladder is where potential opportunities for savvy property investors and potential developers are to be found, due to the imbalance of supply […]

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Are Rochdale Builder’s Constructing the Wrong Type of Property?

The British housing market has never been so newsworthy. Every other day, there is an article in the newspaper or online about impending house price drops, house price rises, building on green belt, mortgage rates up/down, first time buyer affordability and the woes of being a buy to let landlord, to mention but a few. […]

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How many Rochdale Homeowners are Mortgage Free?

The Government’s Annual Housing Survey is 50 years old this year. It has taken a snap shot of the UK’s property market every year since 1969. In the recently published report for 2018, it wasn’t a surprise that owner occupation is still the most predominant tenure, yet now more people own their home without a […]

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Is your property fit for human habitation?

On the 20th March a new law will come into force allowing tenants to sue their landlords for cold or damp homes and other issues arising from claims by tenants that their landlords have failed to carry out necessary repairs or maintenance to their property. The result of this will be a judge issuing an […]

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How to deal with items left by tenants after they have vacated your property.

Our Lettings Manager Yvette Browns talks about some of the areas of concern for Landlords. We are often asked to advise landlords what they should do when faced with items left by a tenant after they have vacated their property. You would be forgiven for thinking that you can simply dispose of them, but you […]

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