Dwellworks Blog

Relocating to Luxembourg City: Neighborhood Guide

Nestled along the Alzette and Petrusse Rivers is Luxembourg City – the small yet booming metropolis that is the capital of Luxembourg. Because of its small size and central European location, life...

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Canada Offering Free Parks Discovery Pass

This year is already shaping up to be a good one for Canada. The New York Times recently awarded Canada the number one spot on its 52 Places to Go in 2017, coincidentally, the same year the...

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Dwellworks 2016 Network Partners of the Year

Dwellworks, LLC is pleased to announce its Network Supplier of the Year award winners for 2016. Each supplier is recognized for consistently delivering exceptional service on behalf of Dwellworks to...

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Spotlight On: Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a large coastal resort in the south of England. The town has a population of about 190,000 making it the largest town in the county of Dorset.

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Access to Premises: Ombudsman Clarifies Change in Code

In order to help make the position regarding viewings and access to premises very clear, the Property Ombudsman (TPO) has recently made changes to its Lettings Code which became applicable on 1...

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London: Tenants' Market

It is predicted that political and economic uncertainty will lead to a further drop in London housing transactions as home-owners wait to list their properties for sale. Instead, many of these...

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Tenant Letting Fees to be Banned

In his first Autumn statement, Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced a ban on letting agents fees in England that will begin “as soon as possible.” The Renters' Rights Bill - aimed at reducing the...

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Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing

I recently ran across a quote from Stephen Covey. He said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” I feel as if it is getting harder every day to focus on our tasks with all the...

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NYC 2nd Avenue Subway: What It Means For the Market

The Upper East Side (UES), especially around the Yorkville neighborhood, has been a cornucopia of affordable apartments for thousands of New Yorkers throughout the years. Affordable apartments...

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Brooklyn: Is It Actually Cheaper (or Better)?

There are Manhattanites, and there are Brooklynites. Manhattan dwellers hate going to Brooklyn during the weekends (some claim to never go), and Brooklynites are happy staying in their borough to...

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