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  • Date : 19-12-2017

Housing Minister supports Government report which calls for new measures to protect rental money Bluestone takes on new CMP cover to safeguard the money they handle for landlord and tenants in Newport Letting agents across the country will soon be required to protect rental monies through an approved Client Money Protection (CMP) scheme, following the […]

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landlord
  • Date : 04-12-2017

Becoming a landlord and renting out property is not a decision that should be taken lightly. If you are unprepared, you may encounter many problems. So, before you take the plunge, it is extremely important to ensure that you have a sound understanding of your responsibilities as a landlord. To help you decide if it’s […]

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  • Date : 18-09-2017

Over the years, the property industry has been faced with a lot of regulations. Each has been met with different opinions, some have worked and others haven’t. I’m not going to open a can of worms and start a debate on the good, the bad and the ugly; we’d be here for weeks! However, I […]

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newport estate agents
  • Date : 11-09-2017

When you are looking to put down roots and are hunting for a rental property there are a lot of things that you need to think about. It’s so easy to spend time focusing on the exciting bits about moving house, especially if it’s your first home on your own or with a friend or […]

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buyer tips
  • Date : 05-09-2017

Let’s face it, buying a new home is extremely exciting. Granted, it can be a bit like the Princess & the Frog, where you see a few disappointing homes before you find your property prince but it is still easy to get swept away by it all. The problem is, whilst you are busy thinking […]

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  • Date : 28-08-2017

As an estate agent for Bluestone Sales & Lettings, one of the questions I often get asked by people who are considering moving to the area is: ‘is Newport a good place to bring up children?’ I have to admit, cities do tend to get short shrift when it comes to families. People have them […]

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  • Date : 01-08-2017

If you’re looking to sell your property, I can imagine you want to make it as attractive to buyers as possible. Unless you are willing to simply sit and wait for someone to decide that your home is the one for them, going the extra mile and ensuring your property is sale ready really is […]

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newport crime
  • Date : 25-07-2017

The property industry is one of the most heavily legislated industries there is, particularly when it comes to the rental sector, therefore property law has come into question again. And to be honest, I am not surprised. People have standards however unfortunately there are landlords out there that don’t. So, to stop UK residents who […]

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  • Date : 18-07-2017

At the last count – in August 2016 – there were 65,192 dwellings in Newport. (Forgive me if I don’t give you an updated figure any time soon…. It took me ages to get around the city and count them all). 42,730 (65.5%) of these homes are owner occupied (either owned outright or with a […]

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  • Date : 14-06-2017

My colleagues at Bluestone Sales & Lettings and I were chatting the other day about how many things there are to think about when you’ve got a property. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a house or apartment, or whether you rent or buy: the list is pretty endless in either case and, if you’re not […]

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