There are no strict rules about whether you should furnish your property – there are advantages associated with both options. The circumstances and requirements of your prospective tenants will vary, and what works for one might not work for another. There are a range of factors that landlords should consider when deciding which option is most appropriate for them. These will include:
If you’re planning your wedding, it’s unlikely that signing a prenuptial agreement will be high on your to-do list. Many people still consider the idea of signing such an agreement to be unromantic – why would you want to make plans for your separation before you’ve even tied the knot? There are a lot of myths surrounding prenuptial agreements that prevent couples from giving them proper considerations. Here, our family lawyers address these concerns as well as detailing the many benefits of signing a prenuptial agreement.
Recent insights into the property market have shown that properties in Scotland sell 28% faster than those on the market in England and Wales. The information has come to light as part of what is said to be the most significant data capture of its kind relating to house sale data. The insights tool created by Property Solvers captures data by tracking property from the moment it is listed on Rightmove, until the point where the property is marked as sold on the Land Registry.
On average, it took 12.57 weeks for residential property across Scotland to sell. This is compared to 16.11 weeks on average across England and Wales. The difference amounts to a significant 28.16%.