Month: May 2017

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sneak peak at the moortop

We take a sneak peak in to the brand new Moortop, which is opening it’s doors very soon.

We are here today at The Moortop Pub and Kitchen to have a sneak peak inside

Posted by Julian Wadden Estate and Lettings Agents on Friday, May 26, 2017

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i am looking at renting out a property, should i rent it with or without furniture?

The question of renting a property furnished or unfurnished does depend on the location and type of property. For example, if your particular property is more suited to a family, they may already have their own furniture which they would prefer to use. However, young professionals renting flats may prefer the property to be furnished. One of the most important things to note is that any furniture supplied must comply with safety regulations and if it was to break you would have an obligation to provide a replacement for the tenant.

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congratulations rocksalt

Congratulations to Rock Salt on their one year anniversary, I’m sure there’ll be many great years ahead.  Celebrations are taking place over May bank holiday weekend with entertainment, fun and games.  For all the latest info on Rock Salt click here.

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moor top re-launch

A staple of the Heaton Moor high street for many years, The Moor Top, is currently undergoing major renovations and will be re-launching soon.

A new menu, beautiful terrace and a cool modern interior is sure to be a winning recipe. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates and sneak peeks.

For more updates see here.

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something for the kids

Beginner cooking classes for children aged 3 yrs +. Making Sausage or cheese rolls from scratch. They even get to bring them home!
Located on Carnforth Road in Heaton Chapel.
Saturday 20th May 14:00 – 17:00. £5.50 per child.
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spathfield court, heaton norris

Hi everyone, I’ve seen a property on with Springbok Properties which appeals to a lot of my landlord investors so I thought to share it with you all.

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distance to work

How far people travel to work says a lot about the nature of an area. For example if people live and work in market towns there is likely to be a lot more community spirit to experience in daily life. When people are travelling further afield to work, they effectively spend their days on two different communities. It will be interesting to see if community spirit increases as people work more from home.

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i have been living abroad for some time and would like to rent out my property in the uk. what do i need to know about tax?

As an overseas landlord, your letting agent would be required to deduct tax from your rental income before sending it to you unless they have permission from HMRC to pay the rent to you in full. This tax would then be paid to HMRC quarterly and at the end of the tax year you would be provided with a certificate in order to complete a self-assessment tax return and prove how much tax you have paid. If you would prefer the rent to be paid in full so you could complete a tax return and pay any money owed directly, HMRC will provide your letting agent with an approval number once you have registered with them which they need to pay the rent to you in full.

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