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York Property Blog

Why Agents Shouldn't Charge Contractor Commission

Something that is becoming common practice amongst agents is that they are charging between 5% and 20% commission to their contractors, which in many cases is unknown by the landlord

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What Do Agents Look for When Valuing a property?

Key factors that contribute to the value of a property.

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Fastest and Slowest Areas for Sales in York

In order to give you an insight into the fastest and slowest areas for selling property in York, we've put together an easily digestible table.

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No-Fault Evictions to be Banned in England.

As I’m sure you’re aware, Section 21 notices currently allow landlords to evict tenants for no reason after their fixed-term tenancy ends, however the Government have expressed their desire to protect renters from ‘unethical’ landlords and give them added security in regard to long-term tenancies.

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York Sales Facts & Figures

Here at Belvoir, we understand that prospective sellers have only one thing in mind – what is the current state of the sales market and how will my property perform?

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Why Live in York?

In order to paint a picture of why we think York is the best city in the world to live in, we've put together a York area guide.

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Why Does a Tenant Need Insurance?

Moving into a new home can be already be a chore, but don't let a lack of insurance result in having to pay a hefty bill.

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Leasehold and Freehold – What is the Difference?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between freehold and leasehold on a property? Here are the details you need to know and how they affect a property.

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What Happens If a Tenant Dies Mid-Tenancy?

Whilst being an unpleasant topic to think about, it is equally important to understand what happens when a tenant dies mid-tenancy. The answer may not be as straight forward as you’d think...

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