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Decorating your workplace for Christmas is more than just good fun – it also provides multiple benefits, including boosting staff morale. While customer-facing environments, such as retail stores, always make a big effort to create a festive atmosphere, some offices

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Office layout

Did you know the use of colour in the workplace can affect employee performance? Colour provides a visual experience that can stimulate the brain, improving productivity and lifting our mood. Deciding on the best colour scheme for your workplace needs

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Overdue rent letter

Many people across the UK have struggled to pay their rent or mortgage. With tenants not being able to afford their rent, this has impacted landlords, who have struggled to pay their own bills without this regular income. The government

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student accomodation

Letting properties to students can be a lucrative market for landlords, as you can be assured of a steady demand and long rental periods, resulting in a higher yield. Before taking the plunge, make sure you have all areas covered

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Landlord Information: HMO Room Sizes

When you’re the landlord of an HMO property, there are many rules and regulations, and it’s in your best interests to be aware of all of them to avoid problems further down the line. One of the most recent regulations

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Landlords: What to ask Potential Tenants

When you’re the landlord of residential properties, renting to the wrong tenants can be an expensive and hassle-filled experience. It can so easily go wrong if you simply go by first impressions, as although people might seem very plausible on

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How to Save on Stamp Duty 2021

Landlords are reminded this is their last chance to grab Stamp Duty savings before the existing legislation changes on 1st April. The government announced tax relief in 2020 for landlords purchasing new buy-to-let homes, but the Stamp Duty holiday is

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Private Landlords: Safety Responsibilities

A private landlord has certain safety responsibilities when renting out their property, particularly gas, electrical and fire safety. Rental properties must be safe and free from health hazards for tenants. The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t changed these rules and the necessary

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