Blogs

With completion just around the corner, take a look at progress on site at The Loom at Vulcan Mill, Manchester.

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The Conservatives are now enjoying a significant majority in Parliament, 80 seats to be precise. Are you wondering what impact the Conservative victory will have on the property market? Find out more in our post election blog.

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The main UK political parties are gearing up for the 2019 General Election on 12th December. The outcome of the general election will decide the next Prime Minister and the Government to run the country.

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In spite of the global economic uncertainty, real estate still remains one of the most favoured asset class for global investors. In almost all markets, property prices, rents and returns continue to rise steadily. Find out more about the next property hotspots for 2019 and 2020, in the latest edition of the Complete Zeitgeist.

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The Tenant Fee Act came into place June 1st, 2019, and we worked very hard to make sure we have implemented this change into every aspect of the business in order to provide a smooth transition for us, our landlords and tenants. The legislation means that landlords and agents are no longer allowed to charge tenants any fees associated with the start, end or renewal of tenancy.

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The Non-Resident Landlord Scheme (NRLS) is a scheme for taxing the UK rental income of persons whose “usual place of abode” is outside of the UK. Read more about NRLS in the latest edition of the Complete Zeitgeist.

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If you’re planning a move to Berlin, you will find that very few other European cities have quite so much variety to offer residents as Germany’s hip capital. One glance in city you’ll take in modern skyscrapers, and the next a quite leafy street that seems it has aged in a hundred years, before bursting upon bright murals in an arty quarter.

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Licensing and legislation are two very important aspects of the letting process which all landlords need to be aware of and to also understand.

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Know-how can be defined as either as a skill, a talent, or the ability to do something. Entrusting the management of your property portfolio isn’t easy and choosing the right agent is a critical decision, particularly if you are based overseas.

Any agent you instruct should have the absolute know-how not just of lettings and property management but the full investment life-cycle to support you in effective, efficient management of properties within your portfolio and ensure maximum yields, from start to finish.

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A snagging and handover service, as we call it, is unique to new build properties and is especially important for many of Complete’s clients as they live overseas and are not readily available to inspect their property purchase when it nears practical completion

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