House and Money
Tenant

Ways to Pay - Alternatives to Paying Your Rent by Cash or Bank Transfer

Banking has seen some revolutionary changes in the last few years - mobile banking has become second nature and we have seen a move away from traditional banks to ones operating almost entirely online. Now is the perfect time for landlords to revamp their rent collection and collect rent quickly and easily at the touch of a button. 

This week, we are going to take a look at alternative rent payment options landlords and tenants can use. 

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Rent Guarantor Apr 29, 2020
Bird View Houses
Tenant

Rents Seen Stagnating - But Not Falling - For The Next Year

Average rents across the UK are expected to hold steady around current levels over the next 12 months, as uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus and the Government's exit strategy from current emergency lockdown measures weigh on demand for new rental contracts. That's a different view from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' (RICS) latest housing market survey, which in previous months and throughout much of 2019, reported expectations for further, notable rent rises. 

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Rent Guarantor Apr 20, 2020
Tenancy Agreement
Tenant

Renting a House Share as a Non-Student - Things to Consider

Finishing University and don’t want to move back in with your parents? Never left and just want to move out into your own space? A house share is the perfect, most affordable option for a independent home whilst you find your feet and get your finances in order. However, it can also come with a few problems if you don’t do you research beforehand. 

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Rent Guarantor Apr 16, 2020
People and Boxes
Tenant

Relocating – What to Consider?

Relocating to a new area is one of the biggest decisions a person can make. Whether you are a student about to leave for University, a couple moving for future job prospects or a family wanting a change and better quality of life. There is no one reason to make such a big change.

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Rent Guarantor Apr 08, 2020
Checklist
Tenant

Rental deposit rise dwarfed by other costs

While its common to read and hear about how expensive renting is in the UK and that its set to get more expensive in the future, it's less usual to hear that rental costs rises aren't as high as they could be. However, recent research has highlighted that even though rental costs have risen, the increase in rental deposits is much lower than price rises of other costs faced by many Britons.

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Rent Guarantor Mar 09, 2020