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Selective Licensing Update: the licensing of family housing across the Nottingham area Plus dates for EMPO’s licensing clinics

Selective Licensing was introduced as part of the Housing Act 2004 and allows Local Housing Authorities to make designations based on factors such as low housing demand, high levels of anti-social behaviour, or landlords failing to take action to combat problems within the house they let. A designation can be made for a maximum of […]

Are you putting your home at risk through bad social media habits?

An interactive social media crime map has been launched by Swinton Group, the UK high street broker, to make families aware of the correlation between crime hotspots and risky social media posts. The findings reveal which cities are putting themselves most at risk of being burgled, by disclosing when most homes are empty and the […]

The lowdown on HMOs

Peter Faulkner, Director of Mortgage Market takes a look at pretty much all you need to know about Houses In Multiple Occupation.

Housing demand rises 9% says Rightmove

The latest report from Rightmove has revealed a busy start to 2018. According to the site, visits are up by over 9% so far in January when compared to same period last year.

Many Thanks Michael and your team,  Once again a successful completion of a complicated sale

Mr & Mrs Outlaw (Sold on Arthur Street February 2017)