Moving into your first place is exciting – you can finally get the freedom and independence that you have been craving for the last few years! However, moving into your own place can also be nerve-wracking and well – pretty daunting. This is even more so if you are moving somewhere like London.
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Prior to setting up any tenancy between a landlord and a sitting tenant, you will need to produce a tenancy agreement. This is the contract between you and your tenants which sets out the legal terms and conditions. While it can be written down or oral, it is a legal requirement. Most tenancies are Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs), and can be either fixed-term, for example for a period of 6 months or longer, or ’period’, in that they will run on a week-by-week or month-by-month basis.
Although moving house can be very exciting, it can also be very stressful too. There are so many things to think about, however by planning ahead, there’s no reason why your move shouldn’t go smoothly. So if you’re about to move home, here’s a guide to prepare you for moving day, which covers everything from choosing a removal company to making sure that you can find the kettle.
Preparing your home for sale is stressful at the best of times but that, coupled with the ever changing seasons, can make the whole affair a laborious ordeal. By following these simple tips you can not only encourage popularity for your property ensuring it will be taken off your hands sooner, but also help to drive an increase in value.