Not only is it a picturesque place to live with ideal transport links to Cardiff city centre and the M4, North Cardiff is also an ideal location for dog owners with an array of dog friendly walking routes and trails nearby. From mountain treks to a walk in the park, we’ve whittled down the long list to a few firm favourites for your four-legged friends:

Life is busy. We get that. But we think it’s important to make time to get to know your neighbours – especially if you’re an avid online shopper and often need a friendly face to take in your parcels from the postie! We understand that times have changed and our evolving digital culture means we don’t rely on face-to-face interaction as much as we used to, but feeling at ease in your environment and connected to those around you can do wonders for your mental health.

Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 allows private landlords to repossess their properties from assured shorthold tenants without having to establish fault on the part of the tenant, often referred to as “no-fault evictions”. This rule means landlords can end tenancies at any time, through no fault of the tenants. Many people argue that this negatively impacts tenants’ lives and wellbeing. 

In the past, landlords with a portfolio of investment properties could be reasonably confident that they would have secure investment income for retirement or just general use. Over the last few years, there have been a lot of changes affecting investment properties, so is Buy to Let still a good idea?

With most restrictions coming to an end and lockdown essentially over, people wonder what will happen to property prices. House prices across the UK have risen dramatically since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, soaring at their fastest rate for 14 years. So, will prices continue to rise, stay stagnant or begin to fall as life returns to some sense of normalcy?

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