Out of sight, out of mind? Or tidy house, tidy mind? If your pad is looking more Miss Havisham than Marie Kondo, read on to discover our top tidying tips.
As the spread of Covid-19 continues to cause uncertainty, online letting platform Make Ur Move gathers all the latest advice for tenants in one place.
Updated 1st April 2020
Right to rent amendments
The government have relaxed some provisions of the right to rent scheme to accommodate the distancing measures.
You may now...
When you have a disability, finding a suitable property to rent can be a challenge. Accessibility issues such as multiple steps, narrow doorways and awkwardly designed taps can make your shortlist of suitable places even shorter. Here we explore what these are and how to request them so you can live independently in your ideal property.
Over 7 million people in the UK are smokers. The figure is declining year-on year and with National No Smoking Day taking place this month, more will soon be quitting the ha...
Successful landlords know the market. They comply with all current legislation, keeping up to date with changes and understanding the implications. So when those tenants ask questions, they have the answers. Informed, helpful answers that will improve the landlord-tenant relationship and make life easier for both parties. Here we share some tips about how to respond to the most commonly asked tenant questions.
Year-long tenancies are set to become mandatory in Wales under a new law announced this week.
In a predictably unpredictable industry, the one thing rental property tenants can rely on is uncertainty.
Will my landlord be increasing my rent soon? If I need to ...
Animal-loving tenants could soon find it easier to track down pet-friendly property to rent.
Currently, only 7% of homes for rent welcome pets, leaving those who already own a...
2020 has landed and with it the prospect of more change and uncertainty for the UK rental market. In online letting agent MakeUrMove’s latest Q&As, managing director Alexandra Morris shares her insight into what the next ten years could hold for both landlords and tenant
Snow and storms, freezing temperatures and flashes of lightning can all play havoc with a property. And in winter the weather can be an especially unpredictable beast.
The imminent abolition of Section 21 has been described as the “biggest change to the private rental sector in a generation” but also “the biggest threat to landlords and letting agents in years”. Here we explore what the end of Section 21 will mean for you as a landlord and how you can get prepared, organised and fully compliant for when the new legislation is in place.