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Tidings of Comfort and Joy for House-Buyers and Homeow...

If you’re looking for homes for sale in Hertford or property for sale Hertfordshire or indeed anywhere else in the UK…

Hertford Letting Agents

Why Being a Landlord in Hertford Is a 24/7 Job

In this two-minute read, we explain why being a landlord is a 24/7 job.

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Getting Value for Money When Selling Your Hertford Pro...

In this two-minute read, we look at how to select the best value partners for your property sale.

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How Landlords Can Develop a Winning Edge

In this three-minute read, we look at how landlords can gain the winning edge, starting with deposit disputes.


Five Reasons to Invest in a Holiday Rental Property

In this two-minute read, we look at the advantages of buying a holiday rental property.


Top Tips to Make the Most of Your Hertford Staycation

A three-minute read sharing top tips for your Hertford staycation.

Hertford Estate Agents

Looking for Your Dream Home in Hertford – Five Top Tip...

In this two-minute read, we give our best recommendations on how to find your dream home in Hertford.

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How to Switch Letting Agents (It’s Easier Than You Thi...

In this three-minute read, we look at what’s involved in changing letting agents.

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How Hertford Landlords Can Nip Garden Disputes in the ...

The most significant property trend to emerge from the pandemic has been the surge in demand – from buyers and renters – for properties with gardens. The race for space is undoubtedly good news for landlords marketing properties with a garden, balcony, or courtyard.  And it’s not just easier to rent out a property with a garden; it’s more lucrative, too. New research shows …

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The Pros and Cons of Using the Help to Buy Scheme in H...

The Help to Buy scheme is a government-backed equity loan opportunity. It is also referred to as ‘shared equity’. The scheme is currently only available on new build properties. The loan from the government is up to 20% of the purchase price (40% in Greater London). This means that you only need to raise a 5% deposit and get a 75% mortgage (55% in …

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