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Section 21 Reforms: What You Need to Know

Posted by Stacie on June 9th, 2019

Section 21 Reforms: What You Need to Know Recently, we have had an increasing number of enquiries from landlords and tenants alike on what’s happening to Section 21 – the law through which landlords can regain possession of a rental property during a tenancy. In April this year, the Government announced that it was hoping […]

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6 building defects you should never ignore when buying property

Posted by Stacie on May 21st, 2019

A residential property purchase is always a big financial decision, whether you’re a first timer buyer or a seasoned BTL landlord. You may well have a good eye for property in that you can spot a great location when you see one or a building with bags of value-add potential. But without the assistance of […]

New Build or Conversion: Which is the Better Investment?

Posted by Stacie on May 16th, 2019

As Manchester city centre specialists, we at Julie Twist Properties deal with a total mixture of new-build and converted properties. But which offers customers the better investment? We weigh up the pros and cons of both to help you make the right decision when buying a property in Manchester. Think visual appeal One of the […]

The extra costs to consider when you move house

Posted by Stacie on May 6th, 2019

So, you’re a first-time buyer. You’ve managed to scrimp and save over the last few years and are finally in a position where you can afford to put a deposit down on a house. The deposit is only the first part however and in this article we are going to take a look at the […]

Getting A Mortgage as A First Time Buyer: 6 Questions, Answered

Posted by Stacie on April 24th, 2019

A mortgage is one of the biggest financial decisions that most people will make. For first time buyers, it can be even more daunting when looking at the process for the first time, especially as it involves taking on a large financial responsibility for decades. However, with the right planning and knowledge, the process can […]

The Lowdown on Service Charges

Posted by Stacie on March 6th, 2019

If you’re buying a city centre property, chances are that it will be an apartment in a shared block or a unit on some sort of gated site. These sorts of properties tend to be overseen by a management company that is responsible for the whole development, and are sold on a leasehold basis: i.e. […]

Requirement for Landlords to Join Redress Schemes

Posted by Stacie on February 28th, 2019

Government Announces Requirement for Landlords to Join Redress Schemes At the end of January, the Government’s Communities Secretary, James Brokenshire, announced a number of reforms for the rented property sector, including the introduction of a compulsory requirement for private landlords to join a redress scheme. The move, which is part of the proposed Housing Complaints […]



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