Women V Cancer

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The Cleaver Chasers complete their Milan to Venice challenge for Women V Cancer. Months of training, tireless fundraising efforts, and a whole lot of cycling mishaps. It all came down to three days, 355 kilometers, and the Cleaver Chasers absolutely smashed it. We waved Helen, Zoë and Sarah off on the Thursday, ready to start… Read more »

Battle Proms 2019

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As a family-run business, we at Cleaver Property Management believe in the importance of team building and bonding. We often organise social events outside of work, from BBQ’s and meals out, to a girl’s trip to Krakow last year to celebrate a team member’s milestone birthday! Our latest team-building event took place at Knockout Escape… Read more »

Tenant Fees Act 2019

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New rules from the 1st of June 2019, mean that landlords and letting agents in England are banned from charging admin fees to tenants. This information below provides a ‘need-to-know’ overview of the new restrictions. Prohibited fees under the Tenant Fees Act 2019 include the likes of referencing fees and credit check fees. But rather… Read more »

Charity Auction Success

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Well, would you look at that, the Cleaver Chasers made headline news!   Last Thursday night, a charity auction was held at Wokingham Town Hall. It was organised by the Cleaver Chasers; consisting of our very own Susan Cleaver, Sarah Cleaver, Zoë Tilbury, and Helen Helliwell. This October, the Cleaver Chasers will be cycling 355km… Read more »

Charity Auction Wokingham

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Join the Cleaver Chasers for their Charity Auction in aid of Women V Cancer Women V Cancer. That’s the one simple reason four of our fabulous Cleaver ladies will be cycling from Milan to Venice later this year. The Cleaver Chasers, consisting of Susan Cleaver, Sarah Cleaver, Zoë Tilbury and Helen Helliwell of Cleaver Property Management,… Read more »

Build-to-Rent vs Buy-to-Let: Landlord Responsibility

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Should tenants fear the rise of the corporate landlord? That’s a question recently posed by the Financial Times, leading into a debate around the rising build-to-rent sector. The article investigates the intentions of large companies operating build-to-rent blocks, in that they’re looking to “shake-up” a sector currently dominated by private landlords. Such companies are claiming… Read more »

Milan to Venice Cycle: Support the Cleaver Chasers

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Women V Cancer This October, four of our fabulous female team members will cycle from Milan to Venice. Why? To raise money for a great cause! The Cleaver Chasers, consisting of Susan Cleaver, Sarah Cleaver, Zoë Tilbury and Helen Helliwell are taking on the epic 3-day challenge to fundraise for Giving Works- Women V Cancer…. Read more »

Property market trends 2019: what can we expect?

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More people renting, a switch-up in the north/south divide, smarter homes, a rise in Airbnb friendly properties and, as always, London in high demand. Peering through the cracks of Brexit uncertainty, here’s what trends experts are predicting for the property market in 2019… Sustainability and Environmental Awareness Sustainable living and our environment were huge topics… Read more »

Circus Starr

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Cleaver Property Management are once again with great delight sponsoring Circus Starr. Managing Director of Cleaver Property Management, Martin Cleaver said ” It is great to be helping to bring fun and laughter to disabled children and their families and we are very proud to be supporting this great event”.  

Cleaver Property Management – Summer Event

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Battle Proms at Highclere Castle – 6th August 2016 Every year we like to enjoy a day out with fellow staff members to celebrate the summer! We decided on going to see the Battle Proms at Highclere Castle in Newbury. Many of our staff members and partners joined us and we were very lucky to… Read more »