Property Patter: Essential Residential
In this episode, Emma Humphreys, Lauren Fraser and Laura Bushaway discuss the changing landscape in residential leasehold and the private rented sector.
Essential Residential Hub
To access the latest resources, expert insight and advice on the key issues impacting the residential sector, visit our Essential Residential Hub: www.charlesrussellspeechlys.com/essentialresidential
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