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Budget boost allowing first-time buyers to put their stamp on a property
What is LTV, and why does it affect your mortgage?
Fundraising dad Matt is Sophie's choice
Tickets, money, passport - and your estate agent!
Is life better on the sunny side of the street?
Looking to sell this Spring? Get prepared for your Easter break
Unique rewards for landlords
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Letting landlords and tenants know we care
What is selective licensing? And what could it mean for landlords?
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The world of retail offers a glut of loyalty cards and online discount codes but there is not usually any extra benefit to using a letting agency, other than utilising the services they provide.
We believe people can more confidently look to get their foot on the first rung of the property ladder following the announcement that stamp duty has been removed for first-time buyers purchasing homes costing £300,000 or less.
The aim of Selective Licensing is to cut down on the number of ‘rogue landlords’, to improve living standards and address challenges surrounding any anti-social tenants.
With summer having officially arrived many of us may be planning to take a short break or jet off to foreign shores for a week or two.
LTV, or Loan to Value, is the percentage of your mortgage loan compared with the surveyors’ valuation of the property. The lower the LTV, the lower the rate of interest. Read more.
Landlords and tenants can have extra peace of mind when dealing with Harrison Murray Lettings (known as HM Lettings) knowing one of our property managers has been awarded a prestigious industry qualification.
A trio of kind-hearted estate agents ‘capital-ised’ on their ideas to make money for The Helping Harry Trust - by travelling to London to take part in a colourful fundraiser.
Young Ciaran Dorn ‘got shirty’ demonstrating his passion for Leicester City FC - and landed a prized top signed by his Premier League idols.
Four-year-old Sophie Hill is always dad Matt’s number one fan - and things were no different when he undertook a gruelling run to raise money for people affected by cancer.
The garden will be one of the big selling points when marketing your house and one of the keythings for prospective buyers. The garden is important for both sellers and purchasers.
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