Dwellworks Blog

Right to Rent: UK Rollout

A year after the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme was implemented in England, the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) has published its report ‘Passport Please’.

Read this article

Tenants Staying Longer and Paying Less

The government’s latest English Housing Survey has been released. Analysed by the National Landlord’s Association (NLA), it has revealed some surprising insight into the UK rental market.

Read this article

London: The World's Second Most Expensive City to Rent

London is the world's second most expensive city to rent a property, says a recent study by housebuilder Barratt.

Read this article

Dwellworks Expands its Corporate Housing Team

Dwellworks is excited to announce additions to its Global Corporate Housing Services group.

Read this article

No Heat, No A/C, No Big Deal: This is Mexico City

Mexico, in general, has a strongly defined image among the international community. I have never said “I’m Mexican” in front of people from other countries without having everyone automatically...

Read this article

Germany Rental Market Overview - Winter 2017

The housing and rental market in Germany is becoming increasingly more competitive, as properties are being rented rapidly and supply is in decline. This directly correlates to the increase in...

Read this article

Walking the Tightrope: How to be an Effective, Yet Caring Manager

As business leaders and managers of people, we are always walking that tight rope of keep the trains running on time and maintaining a happy/engaged workforce. I read a recent post by Dr. Travis...

Read this article

Dwellworks Develops Mobile App for DS Property Walkthroughs

Every time a transferee moves in or out of a rental property, one of the lease requirements is to document the property condition. This is an important task, as thorough documentation can improve...

Read this article

Mastering Mardi Gras Like a Local

Many visitors see Mardi Gras as one magical night of parades and partying in the French Quarter surrounded by drunk tourists. For locals, it’s nearly a full week of closed roads, odd hours, and...

Read this article

Bon Voyage: Eva Czernik

Earlier this month, our German office said ‘bon voyage’ to Eva Czernik, who retired at the remarkable age of 88.

Read this article
Page 22 of 29