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autumn statement

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Autumn Statement

Key Property Changes in the Autumn Statement The Chancellor announced two key changes for the property market in his first autumn statement on Wednesday – firstly new spending on housing projects totalling £3.7bn in England and secondly lettings agents will be banned from charging fees to tenants “as soon as possible”. Extra Spending In the […]

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letting fee

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Letting Fee

Are You Over Paying Your Letting Fee? The Home Cloud is a letting agency specifically designed to give landlords a hassle-free service at a competitive letting fee which leaves you with more net rent in your pocket at the end of each month. Last year we were featured in The Sunday Times as an example […]

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Wear and Tear – making it fair!

  Wear and Tear and Tenants Deposit At The Home Cloud we are proud to be associated with My Deposits (Tenancy Deposits Solutions Limited) which provides deposit protection for tenants who are renting properties from the many landlords for whom we act as managing agents. In addition to their deposit protection services My Deposits also provide […]

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buy-to-let

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Buy-to-let

Savers are faced with a difficult choice at the moment with interest rates plunging towards zero – which is the better bet stocks and shares or bricks and mortar? Until April 2016 many investors were confident that the buy-to-let market was the best bet for securing a decent long term return on their savings. The […]

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Mayor to resolve housing shortage?

  In under one month voters will be electing council representatives and London will be voting in a new mayor. The mayor of London presides over an annual budget of £17 billion and has a duty to oversee the plans and policies that shape the lives of all Londoners and visitors to the city. Matters […]

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