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“quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being”.

Renting and buying a property can be stressful at the best of times, and the use of ‘jargon’ can make the process more of a headache than it needs to be. There is an enormous amount of complicated terminology and unusual expressions that will leave you googling every word of your contract. Our jargon buster will help you make sense of the property lingo that you come into contact with, and have you speaking like a property expert before you know it.

Surrounded by Georgian architecture, winding streets and Roman Ruins, it’s no surprise that Bath’s history is full of tales of ghostly sightings and paranormal tales. With Halloween just around the corner find out about the local legends that haunt this beautiful city – if you dare?


Whether you’re about to start your first year living in halls or you’ve moved into a student house, let’s face it, the majority of student accommodation don’t feel very homely. Dull carpets, mismatched furniture and white washed walls are what you find walking into most student houses, and even if you live in a brand spanking new house, you’ll still want to give your space the personal touch and make it feel more like home. Below are our best tips to achieve this without breaking the bank, or worse, the terms of your tenancy agreement!


When you move into a new property you should be provided an inventory, otherwise known as a 'schedule of condition', by your landlord or letting agent. Although the inventory may be one of the most tedious documents you ever have to read, we promise it is worth your time! Our guide will explain to you the point of an inventory and how to maximise its use. 

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