Carters Rentals the premier letting agents in Milton Keynes are very pleased to offer this 3 bedroom detached family home situated in a quiet cul-de-sac and adjacent to green space. Entrance porch, large lounge with laminate flooring and fireplace. Seperate dining room with brand new carpet, kitchen with white goods, 2 double bedroom and 1 single bedroom, modern bathroom with plumbed shower over bath. Outside there is a single garage a good sized garden with patio, lawn and shed and shaded in summer by mature trees. Unfurnished. AVAILABLE 07/10/11
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Carters Rentals are proud to announce that with immediate effect we are a SAFEagent. SAFE – Safe Agent Fully Endorsed – is a mark denoting firms that protect landlords and tenants money through a client money protection scheme. Full details of the scope of the scheme can be obtained from the scheme operator. For more information on SAFEagent visit http://www.safeagents.co.uk/
Recently constructed immaculate 2 double bedroom 1st floor apartment within walking distance of Stony Stratford and Wolverton mainline railway station. Intercom entry, spacious hallway, very spacious lounge, which is open plan to luxury kitchen with integral oven & hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher & and washer dryer, breakfast bar and laminate flooring. Quality furnishings to lounge to include sumptuous leather sofas and glass coffee table. 2 good size double bedrooms, contemporary en-suite to master and luxury family bathroom also with shower. Gas central heating, secure gated parking. No pets or smokers. Furnished. AVAILABLE 03/11/11
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The cost of renting a property in the UK has reached an all-time high as people continue to struggle to get onto the property ladder, offering a much needed boost to the lettings industry, according to new research by tenant referencing provider, HomeLet.
The average rental price of a UK property increased by 2.2% in July to £767 – the highest it’s been for over three years, reveals HomeLet, the market leading tenant referencing and specialist insurance company for the lettings industry.
A reason for this increase is the dwindling amount of people who are able to purchase their own home. In 2008, 71% of houses in the UK were owner-occupied. But statistics from the latest Department for Communities and Local Government English Housing Survey show this lowered to 67% last year.
Meanwhile demand for rented properties has also boomed, with 3.4 million households now privately renting, an increase of 1 million since 2005. In addition, the HomeLet Rental Index shows there’s been an increase in the number of tenants aged between 26 and 35 who were previously living with a relative – which could be another sign of people feeling the squeeze during the recession and staying at home for longer.
John Boyle, Managing Director of HomeLet, said: “The latest figures from the Land Registry’s House Price Index show an annual price decrease of 2.5% of average property value in England and Wales however, people are still struggling to purchase their own home due to tough mortgage availability.
“Although the increase in rental figures is a sign of an economic struggle by the UK population as people continue to experience difficulties in purchasing their own home, property investors and landlords could now take advantage of the increase in available properties and purchase more quality buy-to-let houses. This is therefore a very encouraging sign for the lettings industry.”
HomeLet’s Rental Index has access to the largest volume of data on agreed rental amounts in the UK and includes data gathered from over 3,000 letting agents – more than any other report on the market.
A summary of the report is available online by visiting www.homelet.co.uk/rentalindex
For a full copy of the report please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Multi-bestselling author Albert Jack is hosting a weekly two-hour Writer Workshop at The Cock Hotel in Stony Stratford beginning on Thursday 15th September 2011 at 6pm.
Albert has published ten books with Penguin, Harper Collins and Random House, spending over 20 months on the UK Sunday Times and New York Times Bestseller Lists between them. Currently living in his home town of Guildford his Writer Workshop will reveal everything a writer should know and welcomes anybody from the practicing amateur to the would-be professional author. This is a unique opportunity for any aspiring writer or trainee journalist to learn the tricks of the trade from a leading non-fiction author with over a million worldwide sales to his credit. Places are limited to only twenty writers, so please register here as early as possible.
Carters Rentals pleased to offer a free place on the Albert Jack Writer’s Workshop to an aspiring local writer who can answer the following question.
What is the title of Albert Jack’s first best-selling book that remained in the Sunday Times top ten for 16 months between November 2004 and March 2006?
Answer via email email@example.com and the winner will be chosen at random on Friday 9th September.
For further details go to www.albertjack.com/workshops