A thorough inventory can save a landlord time and money and prevent messy end-of-tenancy disputes. So why do so many landlords rush this essential stage – or skip it altogether?

Why Flintshire Sellers Need to Start Thinking about Christmas Now – Yes, Really!

You'll only look at the title deeds for a property in detail when you're either buying a new property or trying to sell one. Most of the time, the deeds are in the loft in a box of important documents or filed away somewhere safe. You're given them by the solicitor, but at that moment, you only want to get moved in, don't you?

Letting agents are a lot like banks. Once a landlord has signed up with an agent, they often don't change; it's too much hassle. But this can mean that many landlords are tied to an agent they're unhappy with. This isn't really good enough, is it?

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