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Train ‘Em & Retain ‘Em


Tuesday, November 4, 2014

To get the most talented employees; develop them yourself Training is the best investment any company can make. Done well, training can develop employees towards long-term career goals and promote greater job satisfaction. When you come right down to it, customer service is about people. One person (your customer) contacts another person (your employee) because [...]


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Increasing Employment Pushing Up Property Prices


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Property Prices Linked To Employment Prospects  There was even more good news for property owners and landlords after a new report discovered a strong link between rising property prices and falling unemployment. The findings were revealed in a new report published by a UK high street bank. Data published last week by Lloyds Bank highlighted [...]


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Landlords Face Reduced Yields As Property Prices Continue To Rise


Thursday, April 24, 2014

Landlords Expecting Reduced Yields As UK House Prices Soar UK house prices are rising faster than rental prices, leaving buy-to-let investors with reduced yields compared to previous years, according to new research by mortgage lender BM Solutions. And with residential property prices predicted to continue rising this year, many landlords without rent protection could see [...]


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RICS Forecast 8% Property Price Increase


Monday, December 30, 2013

UK Property Prices Forecast To Jump 8% In 2014 According to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Annual Housing Market Forecast for 2014, residential property prices in the UK could see an increase of 8% over the year, while the cost of renting property in the UK private rented sector (PRS) should rise by [...]


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UK Property Values Fall But Landlords Are Still Happy


Monday, April 2, 2012

New data released by Nationwide and Hometrack show that overall UK residential property values have fallen when compared to this time last year and the fall has been attributed to the changes in stamp duty. The average residential property value in March 2012 was £163,327. That is 0.9% lower than property prices were in March [...]


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