Top Tips for Gas Safety

Posted: 18th September 2017
  Only use a Gas Safe registered engineer to fit, fix and service your appliances. You can find and check an engineer at GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.   Check both sides of your engineer’s Gas Safe Register ID card. Make sure they are qualified for the work you need doing. You can find this information […] ...read more >>

Tenancy Deposit Disputes – Wear and Tear

Posted: 4th July 2017
When it comes to end of tenancy deposit disputes one of the main factors we deal with is wear and tear to the property and its contents. Some landlords believe that a property should be returned to them in exactly the same condition as at the start of the tenancy. However, the law recognises that […] ...read more >>

Points to Note if you are an Accidental Landlord

Posted: 9th June 2017
Are you an accidental landlord? There are many reasons why people are finding themselves in the unexpected position of having to let a property. Perhaps through inheriting a home from relatives. Or maybe having to move because of a job and now have to rent out the home. Most commonly, however, is that property market prices have […] ...read more >>

Energy Efficiency in Rented Properties – Changes Coming

Posted: 11th May 2017
From the 1st April 2018, it will be illegal to rent a property with a new lease or renewal of an existing lease that falls below a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of an E. The regulations then apply to all existing leases after April 1st 2020. If the property falls below this EPC […] ...read more >>

School Catchment Areas – Important to Move Quickly??

Posted: 9th May 2017
Schools are now closing in on the end of the current summer term, but now is the time to start thinking about a move in preparation for the September 2018 intake. Moving into a catchment area of a good school is becoming more and more important for homebuyers and renters, and something to start thinking […] ...read more >>

Changes to Council Tax For Glasgow City.

Posted: 26th April 2017
Glasgow City Council has announced it’s planning to increase council tax for the first time since 2005. Council tax payers in Glasgow are facing an increase of at least 3% once the national council tax freeze ends this year.   The increase is due to take effect in late spring, and whilst council leader Frank […] ...read more >>

Largs Office

Posted: 2nd March 2017
The beginning of January has been quiet the 1st 2 weeks of the month for our Lettings side of business however the last month have been exceptionally busier & we expect things to get even busier in the following months. There is no good time or bad time for Lettings. At 24.7 we are always […] ...read more >>

Charity Run

Posted: 15th February 2017
Our Ayrshire Offices will be running in the Kilmarnock Roon the Toon 10K on 11/06 to raise money for Chloe’s Chemoo Cows Charity Please Donate for this great cause https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/247propertyletting?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=fundraisingpage&utm_content=247propertyletting&utm_campaign=pfp-share ...read more >>

Kilmarnock Office

Posted: 10th February 2017
24.7 Property Letting Kilmarnock has seen a rise in properties being secured this month, we require fresh stock to keep up with demand, we have a number of tenants looking for quality properties in Kilmarnock and throughout East Ayrshire. The new Kilmarnock College Campus opened late last year & is proving to be a popular […] ...read more >>

A look back on 2016

Posted: 3rd January 2017
There’s no doubt that 2016 has been an eventful year for the property market. A number of predictions have come to fruition however, there were a number of surprise announcements along the way which nobody expected 12 months ago. With a new government in tow, an exit from the European Union and a higher demand for property than ever, it’s important to look at the fundamental changes the market has to continue to adapt to, and how this could affect anyone considering a property purchase in the near future. ...read more >>