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If you’re searching for local estate agents in Walsall, you naturally want somebody who knows this part of the Black Country like the back of their hand.
Walsall is currently a highly affordable area, but with prices rising all over the West Midlands it’s an increasingly excellent place to invest in property.
Whether selling or letting your property in Walsall, look towards Ashmore Lettings for highly experienced local estate agents who offer excellent customer service. Rated highly by our customers, Ashmore Lettings can help you attract quality tenants, negotiate the best possible terms and oversee a tenancy to its smooth conclusion.
Whether you’re selling, renting or need a landlord seeking property management, our team are more than happy to help you make the most of the property market in Walsall.
Highly efficient, our estate agents are constantly looking for ways to improve our service by keeping up to date with the latest trends. We understand that many people are put off using estate agents because they think they will be extortionate, but with Ashmore Lettings, you’ll always enjoy the most competitive fees.
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I am getting more and more enquiries from my blog reading friends on some technical aspects of property management. In the past I’ve avoided writing about these types of questions on the Blog by answering them directly. I find writing about the Walsall property market more interesting but people power has to prevail and I feel I must provide the readership what they seek.
There are various reasons why you may need to recover possession of your rental property. Below is an enquiry I received recently and my answer. Hope you find it informative and as always I welcome your feedback. Do let me know if you have any burning questions you would like me to answer in a similar vein and I’ll do my best to accommodate.
I rented my property out when I moved into my husband’s house about 6 years ago and we are now going through a divorce. I need my property back as I need to move in as soon as possible, so I know I will need to evict the current tenants. How do I correctly serve a notice?
I am sorry to hear about the situation you are in. You are not on your own; this does happen from time to time. There are two types of legal notices you can serve your tenants dependent upon the circumstances. The commonly known Section 8 Notice is the one you would use if the tenant owed you more than 2 months’ rent arrears however, as this reason is not applicable to you I will talk about the other form of legal notice called a Section 21 notice.
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Are you looking for your dream house to let in Walsall? Whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, Ashmore Lettings offer a wide range of services in this part of the West Midlands.
This quaint industrial town is only 10 miles from the city of Birmingham and perfect for commuters looking for a peaceful place which is still close to the city.
Ashmore Lettings frequently have quality properties to let in the Black Country and are one of Walsall’s most reputable letting agents. Our friendly team are happy to help you find your ideal property in Walsall.
Our latest houses to let in Walsall include this beautiful two-bed semi on a new development known as Regents Wharf. It is only a short walk away from Crown Wharf Retail Park and many great restaurants.
We also have this four-bedroom detached property which is perfect for professional couples or families. The house has plenty of room for parking, with space for up to three cars. It has three double bedrooms with en-suite wardrobes and built-in wardrobes.
Why not check out our latest properties in Walsall today?
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A three bedroom end terraced house, Holford Avenue, Bescot, Walsall, WS2. This property is presented very nicely and with a very acceptable spec. It can be let as it currently stands though I would take a closer look at the rear garden, it could do with some sprucing up. The property type and high standard of spec makes it ideal for working professionals.This is further strengthened by its location about half a mile from M6 junction 9, ideal for commuting. For the frustrated footballer in all of us, Bescot stadium is but a short 10 minute stroll away. The return journey could be a little longer if the Saddlers lose that Saturday. For your weekly shopping supplies look no further than the large Morrisons superstore just around the corner. It has a petrol forecourt as well…Handy!
The current asking price is around £130k and based on a rental of £625.00 pcm will return a yield of 5.77%. It ticks all the boxes; double glazing, gas central heating modern fitted kitchen and bathroom. Additionally, the off-road parking and the location always adds a little of a “wow” factor. Make no mistake, this property is the full package and immediately lettable.
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A good 18 months has passed since annual rental price inflation in Walsall peaked at 10.7% (June 2016). Since then we have seen increasingly more humble rent increases to 7.3% in November 2017. In fact, in certain parts of the Walsall rental market over the autumn, the rental market saw some slight falls in rents. So, could this be the earliest indication that the trend of high rent increases seen over the last few years, may now be starting to buck that trend?
Well, possibly in the short term, but in the coming few years, it is my opinion Walsall rents will regain their upward trend and continue to increase as demand for Walsall rental property will outstrip supply, and this is why…
The way I see it is this…the counterbalance to that improved rental growth would be to meaningfully increase rental stock (i.e. the number of rental properties in Walsall). However, because of the Government’s new taxes on landlords being introduced between 2017 and 2021, that means buy-to-let has (and will) be less attractive in the short term for certain types of landlords resulting in fewer new properties being purchased to rent out.