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Property funds world

13/05/2021
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring/Property Funds World

Ringley Group appoints new Managing Director

Ringley Group has appointed a new managing director to its build-to-rent (BTR) division, as the company aims to keep growing its exposure to the rapidly-expanding sector. Ian Barber has been working within the prop...

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Propertyinvestortoday

07/05/2021
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring/Property Investor Today

Cladding roundup – leaseholders still at risk, but developer leads the way…

Following the recent vote in parliament to reject the latest amendment to the Fire Safety Bill, Mary-Anne Bowring of Ringley has outlined what this means for leaseholders. The amendment to the bill aimed to protect leaseholders from costs to make their homes safe ...

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Development finance today

29/04/2021
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring/Development Finance Today

MPs reject amendment to protect leaseholders from remedial fire safety costs

The latest amendment to the Fire Safety Bill, aimed at protecting leaseholders from remedial fire safety costs, has been rejected in parliament. The amendment requested by the House of Lords stated that the owner of a building would not be able to pass the costs o...

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Flat living
Maryanne bowring

01/10/2012
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Understanding your lease

Understanding YOUR lease MARY-ANNE BOWRING explains why anyone thinking of buying a flat should make sure they are fully aware of what leasehold really means CHANNEL 4's Dispatches programme, broadcast in August, highlighted the need for leaseholders to get go...

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First time buyer
Maryanne bowring

01/01/2011
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

In your own hands

If you live in a leasehold block of apartments and are frustrated by poor managing agents, with the help of Flatie your worries could be over. The brainchild of Ringley, one of London's top managing agents, Flatie is a fun cartoon character that represents the 4.5...

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Estates gazette
Estates gazette

06/11/2010
Author : Peter Bill

The price for pre-application advice is likely to rocket, but Mr Flatie can cut the cost of crazy leaseholders

If FIFA president Sepp Blatter were to demand £2,000 from the FA every time he met with general secretary Alex Horne to discuss how England might win the 2018 World Cup vote on 2nd December, even Blatter would not survive the furore. Yet £2,000 is about the average ...

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Hot property
Maryanne bowring

24/11/2008
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Make the most of it

Mary-Anne Bowring, Managing Director of Ringley, one of London's leading Managing Agents, and a Governor for the Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) advises how to make the most of the economic downturn by adding value to a leasehold property. With p...

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Maryanne bowring

31/10/2008
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Small blocks of flats that self-manage can save money

Small blocks of flats that are paying full management costs can save money by self-managing their property with Block Care 200, says Leaseholdersupport.co.uk. Block Care 200 is the UK's first online Accountant and Property Manager designed to assist leaseholders with...

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Loughborough echo
Maryanne bowring

17/10/2008
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Housing downturn reduces prices of lease extensions

Extending your lease in a falling market is cheaper as the property value is taken into account during a lease extension valuation according to The Ringley Group. This cost reduction presents an investment opportunity for leaseholders to add value to their property a...

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Hinckley times
Maryanne bowring

25/09/2008
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Invest in your lease

Mary-Anne Bowring, Managing Director of Ringley, a leading Managing Agent, and a Governor for the Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) tell us why now is a good time to start thinking about extending a lease. The UK housing market has taken a turn for...

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