Most houses in the UK are built with bricks and mortar, and it’s important to keep an eye on the exterior of your property for wear and tear/weather erosion. Where this happens, the mortar tends to be eroded away, leaving Continue reading →
There’s sometimes a fine line, or Catch 22 if you like, between how much money you should invest in a house and what you can expect in return. Of course our figures here are purely hypothetical, based on our experience Continue reading →
Working in a local community is very important for us, and we’re delighted to be sponsoring the Commoners Cricket Club this year. We think that our logo looks fantastic on their new kit, and wish them all the best for Continue reading →
Earlier in the month, Zoopla announced that it will be banning adverts that state no “no DSS” (basically, that housing benefit is not accepted). These steps will be introduced from April 2019, and it’s something we whole-heartedly agree with.
Alongside any letting agency there is always going to be an element of maintenance services – plumbing, building work, carpentry, painting, electrics and more. It’s just a part of the day to day running involved in managing and advertising properties Continue reading →
Here at Redfern, we have seen our fair share (and more) of grim houses. It’s not just student houses so perhaps we’ve mistitled this blog, in actual fact it’s probably fair to say that our non-student houses have often been Continue reading →
We’ll be closing our office for the Christmas period from the 20th of December, for a full two weeks! Opening again on the 3rd of January 2019 (where on earth did the last year go…). For emergencies during this time Continue reading →