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Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings
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With over 30 years of market experience, we know a thing or two about property, and one of the most important aspects of any property are the furnishings. It changes a property into a home, gives it the ‘wow’ factor and helps prospective tenants imagine themselves living there.
In our experience, unfurnished properties don’t let so quickly and can lead to expensive void periods – something which every landlord wants to minimise. If your property is sticking, and you need some advice on how to freshen it up, we’re here to help with these furnishing tips to help you get the best possible rental for your property.

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Where's hot, where's not in London's property market this month PLUS details of our new Wapping office opening - in this month's latest market report, now live at http://www.brlets.co.uk/blog/landlords/the-london-rental-market-november-2017/

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When fifteen billion pounds worth of investment is dropped on a prime stretch of River Thames shoreline, some pretty spectacular outcomes can be expected and the Nine Elms regeneration scheme doesn’t disappoint. A former South London backwater, the district is currently being transformed into a glittering skyline of luxury apartments and five star amenities.
Learn more about this stunning scheme at http://www.brlets.co.uk/blog/landlords/investing-nine-elms-point/

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Sadiq Khan has been busy singing the praises of London on the world stage and with good reason. It’s been attracting huge property investment from all over the globe and here’s why...

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Watching the #RoyalParksHalf Marathon today? Have one of London's best parks right on your doorstep with our guide to Hyde Park!

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What Brexit? London crowned top global city, with research showing the capital is in the best possible shape to meet the challenges of Brexit.

More on the research below.

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The last few weeks have seen a real surge in rental demand across most of our 16 London letting branches during what is always our busiest time of year. Much of the recent demand has been fuelled by international students moving to the UK capital to study at one of our renowned universities. Chinese students account for much of this and there are now more first year Chinese students in the UK than from the whole of the EU combined. In 1997 there were 5,800 Chinese students in the UK, but by 2016 that figure had risen to 160,000. Chinese parents value an English university education for their children, so this figure is likely to grow while often those who study here continue to live and work here after university.
Read more at: http://www.brlets.co.uk/blog/landlords/london-rental-market-september-2017/

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Great turnout at today's property seminar in Singapore with investors showing high levels of interest in London's property market due to currency benefits.

Spaces at our free seminars can be booked at http://www.brlets.co.uk/director-trip/ or alternatively, please email info@brlets.co.uk to book a private appointment.
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Proud to be at the ARLA Conference today, and proud to be founding members since 1981. Learn more about our accreditations here: http://www.brlets.co.uk/membership/#members1

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The buy-to-let industry is known for its stringent regulations and landlords should now be planning for the next phase of legislation which aims to improve the energy efficiency of #rental properties.
Changes to Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) requirements come into force from 1st April 2018, when properties rented out privately in England and Wales will have to have a minimum energy performance rating of ‘E’. The new rules will apply to new tenancies and renewals from 1st April 2018 and for existing tenancies from 1st April 2020. The move aims both to help tenants reduce their fuel bills and generally to cut carbon emissions.
Read more at: http://www.brlets.co.uk/blog/landlords/improving-the-energy-efficiency-of-rental-properties/
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