August 2019

If you are buying or already own a property with the intention of letting it out to tenants, then knowing what to do when you want your tenants to move out is as important as knowing how much rent it’s worth and what type of...

What are Dilapidations? Dilapidations represent exit costs for a tenant at the end of their lease. In a commercial lease, ‘dilapidations’ are damages or defects to a property which a tenant is legally obliged to put right under the terms of their lease. These costs are typically...

What is gazumping? Gazumping is when another person puts in a higher offer on a property you are in the process of buying and their offer gets accepted by the seller, thus scuppering your chances of purchasing the property in question. For it to be gazumping, it...

The older or more unusual a building is, and the fewer the surviving examples of its kind, the more likely it is to be listed. Buildings less than 30 years old are not normally considered to be of special architectural or historic interest. How do I...