Your rights as a tenant

Dealing With Troublesome Neighbours

Dealing with noisy neighbours

Noisy neighbours can make life pretty miserable for those around them. Most of us can put up with racket from the occasional party or gathering but when the noise happens frequently then it can really grind you down. You might be annoyed by music, television or voices being audible and interrupting your enjoyment of some

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What Is A Debt Relief Order

Options for getting out of debt

Being in debt can feel like you’re stuck in a deep hole with no means of climbing out. Burying you head in the sand will only make the situation worse, so if you are feeling overwhelmed by financial worry read on to discover some of the options that may be available to you. There are

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Tips If You Are Facing Eviction

Tips If You Are Facing Eviction

Keeping a roof over our heads is paramount, one of our basic requirements, though one that can often be taken for granted. For varying reasons people can find that they are suddenly asked to leave or find out that they are to be evicted from their homes. The prospect of having nowhere to go is

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Reasons for eviction from private rentals

Reasons for eviction from private rentals

If you’re facing eviction from a private rental, then you may be wondering where you stand. Even if your landlord has asked you to move out, there may be a way that you can stay in your home. Tenancy agreements The first thing you should do is check your tenancy agreement. There are two types

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Renting tips

Renting Tips

Home ownership is at its lowest level since 1987, private rentals are now more common than living in a council or housing association property. If you rent your home, here are some tips to make sure your family are safe and you’re getting the most for your money. Inspect the property Just because a property

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how much rent can you afford

How much rent can you afford

If you are thinking about signing up to a tenancy agreement it’s important to do your sums in advance. Committing to rent a property usually entails the signing of a legally binding rental contract, so you need to be sure you can afford to keep up with your rental payments to avoid getting into debt.

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