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Bristol Housing Market – not supersonic but flying high!

  • August 18, 2017

On Wednesday afternoon I had the pleasure of attending a preview of Aerospace Bristol, the new museum at Filton housing one of the Concordes that was built just a few hundred yards away. I actually felt quite emotional because this supersonic legend of the skies has been a part of Bristol for all of my … Continue reading Bristol Housing Market – not supersonic but flying high!

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Very important webinar for Landlords – Income from Property – HMRC explain the basics

  • July 21, 2017

OK, this might not seem like the most exciting subject but with so many tax changes taking place that particularly affect Landlords and their income, this webinar being held by HMRC next Wednesday may nevertheless be very important. This is HMRC’s introduction to the webinar: An overview for landlords If you have income from property, … Continue reading Very important webinar for Landlords – Income from Property – HMRC explain the basics

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West of England Councils launch ‘Rent with Confidence’ . . with a little help from Jubilee Let’s Carla Peters!

  • July 18, 2017

For several years now, in addition to being a director of Jubilee Lets, Carla has also been Chair of the Bristol Association of Letting and Managing Agents.  BALMA’s members come from the many independent Letting & Managing Agents in and around Bristol. Carla was surprised that her role came with a seat on the ‘West … Continue reading West of England Councils launch ‘Rent with Confidence’ . . with a little help from Jubilee Let’s Carla Peters!

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Tony’s Story…

  • July 7, 2017

For Tony, retirement meant that life was about to enter a new exciting phase.  Retirement meant not settling down but heading out into the ocean in his yacht and mooring up whenever he next saw land.  Since he first set out, 16 years ago, Tony’s life on the ocean waves has taken him all over … Continue reading Tony’s Story…

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Tenants’ Fees Ban – keep calm and let’s wait and see!

  • June 23, 2017

As expected, Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech was dominated by Brexit.  Also expected, it included the Governments confirmation that they would legislate to ban the charging of fees to tenants by landlords and agents.  This will include proposals to:   Ban landlords and agents from requiring tenants to make any payments as a condition of their tenancy … Continue reading Tenants’ Fees Ban – keep calm and let’s wait and see!

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