Lease Extensions

Property News Update – The Latest Developments

The Government’s Housing Secretary Michael Gove has made a number of announcements relating to the property market in the past couple of weeks. Here Maunder Taylor, who provide commercial property investment services in and around Potters Bar, outline the key points and what it means for property owners (or those looking to purchase a property) […]

Lease renewals advice London – from Maunder Taylor

The RPI and the CPI – Why the Proposed Changes Matter in the Property Market

One of the many financial changes which is being proposed by the Government is the realignment of the various inflation figures – specifically, the Retail Prince Index and the Consumer Price Index. Here Maunder Taylor, who offer lease renewals advice in and around London, explain the various abbreviations, and outline why these changes could have […]

Key Advantages of Using an Independent, Local Estate Agent

Commercial Property Rent Review Clauses

Overall, which gives better net returns and security: Market Value reviews OR Indexation? 344 Streatham High Road, London SW16 6HH is a ground-floor shop, half used as a hairdresser and half sub-let as a pavement cafe. The rent with effect from 19 May 2016 was £30,000 p.a. A Market Value rent review set for 19 […]

Residential block management Hertfordshire – with Maunder Taylor

What to Look for In a Residential Block Manager

If you are the owner or a stakeholder in a residential apartment block, but don’t enjoy the responsibilities that come with it, then the obvious route is to appoint a residential block manager. However, you need to make sure you get the right person in to take care of your asset. Maunder Taylor operates residential […]

Leasehold Reform

Leasehold Reform – What’s the Latest News?

Although large parts of the Renters’ Reform Bill – which is aimed at putting an end to so-called ‘no-fault’ evictions – have effectively been put on hold until changes have been made to the court system, the King’s Speech still contained some important announcements for property owners and tenants. Maunder Taylor, independent estate agents based […]

Residential Landlords’ Health and Safety Responsibilities – a Handy Guide

Residential Landlords’ Health and Safety Responsibilities – a Handy Guide

The need for landlords to be fully aware of their various health and safety responsibilities has never been greater. In recent months and years, a huge amount of legislation has been passed with the aim of protecting tenants – and landlords – from prosecution. Maunder Taylor specialise in residential property management in Totteridge, Whetstone, and […]

Three Key Property Pointers from the Budget

Key Property Announcements in the Budget

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced a series of property-related measures in his latest Budget which could affect homebuyers (and sellers), landlords, tenants and property investors. Independent estate agents Maunder Taylor, who are based in Totteridge, take a keen interest in all aspects of the property market. Here we look at all of […]

Key Advantages of Using an Independent, Local Estate Agent

Key Advantages of Using an Independent, Local Estate Agent

The property market has undergone something of a revolution in recent years. Not only have some of the larger chains grown, but the traditional small High Street agent has been facing additional competition from online-only outfits. Maunder Taylor are independent estate agents who operate in Potters Bar, Totteridge, Whetstone and the surrounding area. Here we […]

Why You Need to Get Your Property’s Reinstatement Value Right

Why You Need to Get Your Property’s Reinstatement Value Right

Many people confuse buildings insurance with their property’s reinstatement value – which means they could be left badly out of pocket if their home or business is destroyed by fire or flooding. Here Maunder Taylor, house valuation surveyors in Potters Bar, explain the differences between the two, and how we offer insurance and valuation as […]

New Code of Practice for Residential Block Managers

Residential block managers could soon be subject to a new code of practice in a move which is designed to root out rogue operators and improve professionalism across the sector. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RCIS) and the Property Ombudsman have launched a joint consultation into the proposed code and are looking for comments […]