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Checking rental properties

Frances Burkinshaw
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An Englishman’s home is his castle… so, says Frances Burkinshaw, are property visits necessary or just an intrusion into tenants’ lives?

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Silent killers in rented homes

Frances Burkinshaw
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The two most dangerous things in rented homes are gas and electricity, says Frances Burkinshaw, so you need to be very aware of your responsibilities.

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A good time to buy or sell a business

Adam Walker
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Brexit. On reflection, many of us may have wondered why we had this referendum, why the vote was ‘LEAVE’ not ‘REMAIN’. It’s too late now. Brexit has had a dramatic impact on…

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Conflicting business models

Adam Walker
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Horses for courses? Adam Walker has a tricky ‘seat’ as a Council asks him to help them establish a letting agency, wanting him to be jockey and trainer!

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A rocky year ahead for online agents

Adam Walker
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Online agents had a great ride in the last year, says Adam Walker, but he is pretty certain that this particular roller coaster could have a rockier time in 2017. Why?

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Mind the gap

Adam Walker
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Property prices rise… and rise, so why do estate agencies command lower sales values than lettings agencies?

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Does your staff training pack a punch?

The Negotiator
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Competition, the threat of tighter industry regulation and the emergence of online-only agents mean that training is now increasingly a frontline activity, reports Nigel Lewis.

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