It’s listener questions time again! We’ve given this whole episode over to some of the questions we’ve been sent, in audio and text form, over the last couple of months.
To find out what ones we answered, you’re just going to have to tune in and find out.
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In the news this week we’re talking about “Poor internet connection”. Three words that not only bring Rob Dix out in a cold sweat, but might also impact on the value of homes in rural areas.
Just another reminder of the importance of due diligence. Most tenants find a reliable data connection essential these days, and rightly so. This means you might find a property difficult to let if it’s not something you took into account before you bought.
Rob D mentions Ask Me Every, which is a more luddite, email-based tool that achieves the same effect but without the real-time reminders.
Let us know if you give it a go!
A flurry of mentions this week, starting with The Property Podcast being featured in The Telegraph! Thank you to the writer, and also to everyone who’s supported us and made the show what it is.
We also referred to some of our past episodes in the course of answering questions. If you’re a new-ish listener, here’s some we think you should check out:
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