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Lettings - Property to let in and around Brighton

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Stunning seafront home with a unique façade and an intriguing interior

Largely open plan and double height within parts, the ground floor is incredibly spacious with a retained Parquet floor in a rich tone that blends effortlessly with crisp white walls.

A spotlight on corporate lettings in Brighton and Hove

With demand growing for medium and short-term lets, is corporate letting the key to a stress-free and fluid process for both landlord and tenant?

The necessity of stamp duty reduction

As Chancellor Phillip Hammond continues to face increasing pressure to reform stamp duty, John Elliott, Managing Director of Millwood Designer Homes emphasizes his views on the impact of the tax regime on the property market:

Brexit ‘not a consideration for home movers’

The majority of people planning to buy or sell a property are not influenced by Brexit, according to a new study.

Could Ground Rents for new build leaseholds soon be a thing of the past?

In recent news there has been an explosion of news stories over Ground Rent’s payable on leasehold properties. Most national newspapers and even the BBC highlighted horror stories of crippling leases where the Ground Rent payable to the Landlord extortionately increases over time. Catching the attention of the Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid exclaimed: “"Enough is enough. These practices are unjust, unnecessary and need to stop."