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Our Offices Are Open 15 May 2020

Further to Government advice we are pleased to confirm that Able Estates have re-opened the offices and are ready to assist you.

However, we do need to adhere to the following guidelines for everyone"s continued safety.

  • A maximum of 2 persons will be allowed into the office"s at any one time
  • The 2 meter social distancing requirement will remain in force, and you will also need to be wearing a mask and disposable gloves
  • If you wish to visit the office an appointment must be made
  • We will ensure that the areas to the front of our offices are sanitized throughout the day
  • All keys when handled will be sanitized before being used again.... Read More

Tenants Updates 20 March 2020

UPDATE FOR 27TH MARCH 2020
Government support available for landlords & renters reflecting the current coronavirus outbreak

The government has brought forward a package of measures to protect renters affected by Coronavirus from 27th March.... Read More

CONDENSATION MOULD ? - Yes, it is the Tenants responsibility to manage 09 March 2020

Moisture is released into the air in many ways: breath / kettle boiling / drying clothes indoors / cooking / showering / bathing / a non condensing tumble dryer.

If this moisture is not dried out sufficiently (i.e having the heating on low and constant to keep the whole property warm) the moisture will travel to the coldest place and sit there.... Read More

After the big move! 20 February 2020

Moving home is one of the most important processes that you will go through.

Whilst your moving day will occupy most of your time and energy, after the boxes are empty and you have managed to sit down with your glass of wine (or whatever beverage you prefer) you will need to start contacting people/businesses, so that they have your new details.... Read More

Tenant Fee Ban 03 June 2019

The Tenant Fees Act came into force on 1 June 2019.

Both Agents and Landlords have been banned from charging Tenant"s fees except for "permitted payments" which include the following :
• Rent
• Tenancy Deposits maximum is set at five weeks" rent (annual rent under £50"000)
• Tenancy Deposits maximum is set at six weeks rent (annual rent over £50"000)
• Holding Deposits are capped at one week"s rent
• Changes to the tenancy requested by the Tenant are capped at £50 unless the Landlord can demonstrate greater costs were incurred.... Read More