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As we settle into British Summer Time (BST), we are all looking forward to warm, sunny days spent in the garden with the BBQ going and an ice-cold drink in hand. So, it’s no surprise that outdoor spaces are hugely important for many homebuyers. An attractive and functional garden can add significant value to a property – up to a whopping 20 percent, in fact!

You don’t need to spend a fortune or be a budding Alan Titchmarsh; there are a number of simple ways to make the most of your garden and maximise your property’s value when it comes to selling:

Alex Jones Sales and Lettings have been named The British Property Awards Gold Winner for Lettings Agent in Ashton-under-Lyne for 2019-2020.

For some landlords and tenants, damp can be a constant battle throughout the cold winter months. One of the most common causes of damp in rental properties is condensation, which appears when excess moisture in the air comes into contact with cold surfaces. Luckily, problems with condensation can usually be fixed quickly and easily without the need for professional help. Here are some top tips to reduce condensation and prevent damp in rental properties this winter...

With rental incomes steadily rising in recent years, buy-to-let properties can make very attractive investments. However, like any business opportunity, renting out a property does not come without risks. There are several things you must consider when purchasing a buy-to-let property to ensure that you are making a sound investment.

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