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Welcome to our news blog, here you will find the latest information on property and goings on in the area. Please keep an eye out for news and tips on how to sell your property.

Surviving in a Shared Student House

Surviving in a Shared Student House

Living with your friends in a shared house can be one of the best bits of your time at university. But maintaining domestic harmony can sometimes be a struggle, especially during stressful times like exam season. That’s why we’ve written this blog post – so that...

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Main Sponsor of the National Landlord Investment Show

Main Sponsor of the National Landlord Investment Show

We are delighted to be both the main sponsor and keynote seminar speaker at the National Landlord Investment Show this week. Tune in on Thursday 8th October at midday to hear our CEO, Mish Liyanage give his 15 Top Tips on Being a Successful Student HMO Landlord. You...

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Lease Options Explained

Lease Options Explained

Lease option deals – also known as “rent to buy” or “lease with the option to buy” – are essentially agreements in which a tenant or investor leases a property from a seller with the option to purchase when the lease expires, or at any point within the...

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Your Guide to Guarantors

Your Guide to Guarantors

When you’re searching for Manchester student houses with your friends, there’ll be many new terms and phrases you’ll hear for the first time. Renting is new territory and with it comes a whole load of new jargon to get your head around. One of them that will...

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Leasehold vs Freehold: What’s the Difference?

Leasehold vs Freehold: What’s the Difference?

Purchasing a house is one of the most complicated and stressful events most people will go through in their lives. Often, the really important details get overlooked, as you focus on the big things like securing a mortgage. But at Mistoria, we pride ourselves on being...

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Finding Repossessed Properties for Sale

Finding Repossessed Properties for Sale

Buy to Let landlords have long recognised the excellent opportunities for investment afforded by repossessed properties. For those who are new to investing or who have not gone down this route before, however, the purchasing process can seem daunting and there are a...

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‘Hutching Up’ Increasingly Popular Outside London

‘Hutching Up’ Increasingly Popular Outside London

The concept of ‘Hutching up’, which involves people, usually young professionals, living together in smaller accommodation to meet soaring rental costs, is typically associated with the London property market. But according to our parent company, Mistoria Group, the...

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Rent to Rent: The Pros and Cons

Rent to Rent: The Pros and Cons

In the past few years, the concept of ‘Rent to Rent’ has become more popular, but is still fairly rare. In this blog post, we’ll explain how it works and what you need to consider before entering into such an agreement. We’ll also give you a brief overview of its...

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COVID-19: A Message For Our Customers

COVID-19: A Message For Our Customers

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation develops we are making every effort to keep you updated, in line with the latest Government advice.  We are currently taking a ‘Business As Usual’ approach and have stringent contingency plans in place. We are well prepared to...

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Periodic Inspections: A Guide

Periodic Inspections: A Guide

If you’re a landlord that lets out student houses Manchester based Student Haus, want to make you aware of the importance of carrying out periodic inspections throughout each tenancy. Doing so allows you to check your house in good condition and your tenants are...

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What is Deposit Free Renting?

What is Deposit Free Renting?

In partnership with deposit alternative provider, Zero Deposit, Student Haus is now able to offer deposit free renting, making moving into your student house considerably cheaper and easier. Find out more about deposit free renting from Manchester student rentals...

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Electrical Safety Legislation for Landlords

Electrical Safety Legislation for Landlords

Under recently proposed Government legislation, which looks set to be approved, landlords in the Private Rented Sector (PRS) must arrange for an electrical safety assessment to be carried out by a qualified and competent inspector. Failure to comply with the new laws...

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