The current, unprecedented situation, with citizens around the world confined to their homes and all non-essential business being kept to a minimum, has cast the job of removals in a new light – one that demonstrates just how vital it is, how essential it is, and how it often constitutes an emergency. Not only do we often move people who are in compelling emotional circumstances – including Parkinson’s sufferers – we also help people on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus. Read more…
“The housing market was effectively suspended by the government last night in an unprecedented move as the sector was plunged into chaos by the coronavirus outbreak.
Banks struggling with the volume of customer inquiries, difficulties with valuations and legal uncertainty has led ministers to call on people to delay moving.
Finance has dried up with mortgage providers ceasing to offer many new home loans. They include Lloyds, which owns the Halifax and Bank of Scotland and is the largest player in the market, and Barclays.”
For a majority of renters in London, it’s necessary to have the deposit money available to be able to pay the next rental upfront costs. This can sometimes require some financial juggling or even taking out a loan, as it can set you back the equivalent of several months’ rent. And then there’s the issue with landlords who deduct from deposits in bad faith, which is why it’s important to know where you stand.
The Aussie team know how this process works, and we hope this short guide will help you claim your full deposit back.
If you’re busy preparing for a move to London, it’s an excellent place to live and you have plenty of exciting times ahead. You’ll need to stay grounded and plan every aspect of your relocation thoroughly because this will all add up to a successful move. It’s always a good idea to have lots of information to hand, especially when it’s all in one article to refer to as you organise.
That’s why the Aussie team put together this guide – so you have useful tips for your London move.
If you’re looking to move to London for work, you won’t have any issues with finding a removals company. There are hundreds of companies to choose from, which can sometimes be a bit confusing. However, if you do a little bit of research, you’ll find a reliable company like Aussie Man & Van. We have depots all over London, Bath and Oxford, and can collect you from anywhere in the UK.
If you’re moving to London, we have the right removals service to match your requirements exactly.
Being a landlord in one of the busiest cities on earth isn’t an easy career to choose, and it’s usually for people who can naturally multitask. Many landlords in London have several properties in their portfolio, and it takes plenty of organising. It’s essential to have access to a vehicle and somewhere to store furniture, but it’s not always affordable with London’s rental prices.
Is it possible for London landlords to find a workable solution that isn’t too expensive?
Moving to a new house in London will takes some serious organisational skills and planning to make it successful. The first thing you need to work out is how you’re packing and transporting your belongings from A to B. Then you need to factor in things like the best times to make your move to avoid traffic and the most suitable day to undertake the big move. You must understand all the ins and outs of moving home so you can then weigh up your options.
The question is – should you try it yourself or hire a professional company?
From humble beginnings, growth, ups, downs, and everything in between, Aussie is still delivering the best removals service in London. Our Man & Van removal package is at the forefront of the industry, and we put this down to excellent customer service. If you’re looking for an affordable man with a van service that guarantees a successful relocation, then Aussie is the company for you.
Regardless of whether you’re moving within the UK ,Europe or even further afield, you’ll no doubt have heard superstitions and myths for relocations. While some of them are harmless and amusing, others require more scrutiny and should be debunked wherever possible. To this end, Aussie presents our very own guide to removals superstitions from around the world.
As the festive period draws to a close, everyone at Aussie hopes that you’ve had an excellent time with your family and friends this year. It’s a given that good times often results in a lot of mess to clean up afterwards, and it’s probably the last thing we can be bothered with.
If this sounds all too familiar to your situation – is it worth getting a professional cleaning company to do this for you?