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2017


5 ways to make your home more luxurious


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19 May 2017

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Adding a touch of luxury to a room through carefully-placed accessories, colours and fabrics can instantly give it a show home worthy look and feel, often for a minimal budget.

 

Here we give you 5 ways to turn any drab room into a glamorous escape:...

One in five ban guests due to embarrassment over décor of their homes


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15 May 2017

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Almost three-quarters (71%) of people in the UK admit to being secretly embarrassed by their home décor and interiors, according to new research.

 

The survey by House & Garden Festival found that more than one in five people said that they are so embarrassed that they resort to banning guests from entering their homes at all....

Top tips to improve your property’s EPC rating


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2 May 2017

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From 1stApril 2018, it will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum energy performance rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), unless there is an applicable exemption.

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Many tenants would not tell landlords about damage in rented home, research reveals


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20 Apr 2017

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One in four tenants in the private rented sector would not tell their landlord about significant damage, while the majority would offer to pay for repairs, according to a new survey.

 

Some 27% would keep quiet if they were responsible for major damage to the property that they rent, the survey from TheHouseShop found. ...

The most common cause of deposit disputes revealed


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12 Apr 2017

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Cleaning is the most common cause of a tenancy deposit dispute in the buy to let sector, according to the latest data.

 

Disputes over rent arrears have also accelerated, statistics from the Tenant Deposit Scheme (TDS) revealed....