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    As the mass student exodus from rented accommodation begins throughout the UK, Richard Abbots of Inventory Hive offers advice on how to manage multiple check-outs to reduce the stress and mess for landlords, agents and tenants. At the last count, there were 1.9 million full-time students in the UK. Around 30% of those ...
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    TEHRAN – The president, Parliament speaker and Judiciary chief on Sunday backed a government plan which set limits for increase in rental prices. It set a 25 percent increase in the capital Tehran and 20 percent in other cities. The parliament (Majlis) also approved the general outlines of the plan on Wednesday and specialized parliamentary ...
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    Linette Doherty, owner of The S.P.A.C.E., a youth dance studio in Toronto’s The Danforth area, on June 16.Cole Burston/COLE BURSTON/THE GLOBE AND MAIL Since 2004, Linette Doherty has taught dance and theatre classes to children out of the same street-front studio, The S.P.A.C.E., on Toronto’s Danforth Avenue. Though the pandemic ended in-person instruction for months ...
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    Here are six ways you can start making a difference for a better, brighter future: Efficient visit planning Travel plays a large part in lettings and property sales. Agents spend a significant portion of their day showing around prospective dwellers, or accompanying people through inspections, check-ins and check-out visits. Fuel consumption ...
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    Housing in the U.S. is getting more expensive all the time — especially lately. A real estate research firm found rent across the country increased by about 11% last year. Now one of the last affordable housing options left in America is mobile homes, but people are being priced out of those, too. A growing ...