Few new arrivals have ever been quite as warmly welcomed as when Aussie, the go-getting, can-do company that revolutionised removals in London, decided to set up shop in Bath, not only bringing with it its expertise in the home removals sphere, but also its decades-long know-how covering every aspect of business/office removals and storage services.
With the national lockdown due to begin later this week, we no longer have to concern ourselves with potential tiers or local restrictions. Bath’s residents remember the first lockdown all too well and might be dreading the news. The only good thing to say now is the will it won’t it happen guessing is over. Is there a way of preparing for a lockdown without much time to take action?
The answer to this is a firm, yes. And by working with Aussie, you’ll be able to access our services for any emergencies. While we understand this will be a difficult period, we hope this article will help you plan for the upcoming lockdown in Bath.
At the moment, there are lots of people who are either actively looking for new jobs or careers in Bath. Something as disruptive as a pandemic inevitably causes shifts within the business world. But it’s not just down to unemployment or redundancies – the lockdown has been a catalyst for change. One sector going through a boom is the e-commerce industry, and it’s possible to enter it without lots of previous experience.
Aussie Man & Van works with several entrepreneurs and start-ups who use e-commerce as part of their business. This allows us to pass on useful tips to potentially interested people in Bath who are looking at their career options.
While most people aspire to one day owning a property, there are some positive aspects for tenants. Renting is ideal for anyone who isn’t ready to commit to the area they’re currently residing in, especially if it’s for temporary work reasons. However, one of the problematic sides for tenancy is a situation where renters struggle to make the step towards homeownership.
Regardless of whether you’re moving to another rental property or paying a mortgage deposit, you’ll need your current rental deposit payment back. Understandably, landlords need some form of protection from damage or non-payments. At Aussie, we think there’s a fair and honest way for tenants to receive their full deposit back and this blog will point you in the right direction.
Becoming a homeowner is a rewarding experience and getting onto the property ladder is life aspiration for many people. Even before lockdown, it was tricky to do this for people who are trying to get their first home. Now, it’s likely that lenders will seek a much higher deposit before agreeing to a mortgage. Although it’s also worth remembering every lender is different, and some will take a risk regarding home loans.
When it the best time to make a big change in your career’s path? That’s a difficult question to answer, although opportunities sometimes present themselves in unlikely ways. The recent lockdown has had a massive impact on the lives of people in Bath and throughout the UK. You might be lucky enough to remain healthy, but people have lost their job during the lockdown.
For others, the experience made a lasting impression which leads us to make some important decisions for the future. Aussie works with hundreds of entrepreneurs every year, and you can join them this year by starting your own business in Bath.
During the current lockdown, lots of people in Bath had to change the way their work entirely by basing themselves at home. This may be causing some space issues as you now work and live from the same place, which might be adding to the daily distractions. However, it’s possible to turn this into something positive by undertaking a spring clean, just before the season ends and summer begins.
Aussie Man & Van is here to help you realise your home’s full potential by using our storage facilities to create more space. Additionally, here are some tips we’ve put together to help you with this drive to organise your home in Bath.
The Aussie Man & Van team would like to update everyone on our operations during the COVID-19 lockdown. We will remain open for business, but we’re limiting our removals bookings for emergency jobs. In this blog, we’ll delve into more information about what constitutes an emergency removals job, and why we’re taking this measure.
Additionally, we’ll provide you with information about postponing and rescheduling relocations, as well as tips on how you can prepare your home for the housing market when it reopens.
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.”