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Downsizing for Your Retirement – What Are Your Options?

31.10.2019

With over three million homeowners aged over 55 thought to be living in a property too big for their means, these so-called ‘last-time buyers’ represent a quarter of all households over the age of 55. While age-appropriate housing is one of the most under-supplied areas of the market, there are plenty of choices in Chichester […]

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Refurbishing Your Property With Pets in Mind

31.10.2019

As a landlord, you may not be keen on the idea of tenants bringing pets into your property. However, new research has revealed that a pet friendly home is the most desirable attribute in a rental property, ranking higher than the decorative order or outside space. It’s clear that making your property pet-friendly could be […]

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Property Maintenance – What are the tenant’s responsibilities?

08.10.2019

One of the many benefits of renting a property is that property maintenance jobs are often the responsibility of the landlord or the landlord’s appointed letting agent. However, they are not accountable for all maintenance jobs in a property, some are the full responsibility of the tenant. Knowing which party is responsible for which maintenance tasks can […]

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Call an estate agent to discover off-line properties for sale

27.09.2019

Are you looking to buy the perfect property, perhaps to extend your portfolio or to upsize to your dream family home, but struggling to find the right one on the usual property portals and agents’ websites? Have you considered that there may be unlisted properties which agents aren’t openly marketing? Take the hard work out […]

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Proposed abolition of Section 21: what it means for landlords

21.08.2019

On Sunday 21 July, the Government launched their consultation on the abolition of Section 21 in England. The consultation will allow discussion for an alternative process for landlords to evict tenants. As the consultation closes on Saturday 12 October, in our latest post, the Tod Anstee Hancock experts explain the proposed abolition of Section 21 […]

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Will BoJo help the Property Market regain its Mojo?

07.08.2019

There has been much speculation since 2016 on the likely impact of Brexit on the property market, but no-one could have predicted the endless delays and the eventual prospect of a possible no-deal Brexit. What we can report on now with greater certainty is the property market reaction to Boris Johnson’s appointment as Prime Minister. […]

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How to vacate your property at the end of a tenancy

26.07.2019

As you’re packing your belongings into boxes and planning your move to a new home, there will be a number of things to organise and check before you move out of your rental property. This is the final, important step to ensure everything is correctly in place in order to receive your deposit back. So, […]

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Benefits of commuting to London from West Sussex

24.07.2019

How we spend our time getting to and from work every day can have a massive impact on our mood and productivity. A quick and stress-free commute to work is what we all desire, especially for the many people who choose to live outside London and commute to work each day. If you’re thinking of […]

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Tidy on Friday with Tod Anstee Hancock!

24.06.2019

Join us for our Tidy on Friday events Motivated by a love of Chichester and its surrounding countryside, the team at Tod Anstee Hancock is taking time out to litter-pick on two Friday afternoons this summer on East Wittering beach and on Centurion’s Way in Chichester and we would love you to join us! Supporting […]

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How to Rent Guide – Government Updates on deposits

24.06.2019

On 31 May 2019, the government updated the How to Rent guide, detailing the rights and responsibilities tenants and landlords have regarding a rented property. This guide was revised to reflect the Tenant Fees Act, where landlords and agents are no longer able to charge a number of fees in England for new tenancies signed […]

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