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Dec 04 2017

Are Labour changing their views

Are Labour and Jeremy Corbyn accepting that we are becoming a nation of renters and targeting tenants for votes? Whilst we still have the conservatives pitching that everyone has the opportunity to be a homeowner, their recent onslaught towards landlords would confirm this ethos. Now I...

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letting fees ban
Nov 29 2017

Ban on letting agents fees

I read some research today claiming that almost a third of landlords in England would be discouraged from continuing with a letting agent should the agent increase their landlord fees should a ban on tenant fees become a fact. I know from our own client list...

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Nov 23 2017

Budget and Universal Credit

The speech came, one of the key points for many landlords was the amazing turnaround with regards to universal credit. When you consider this was the Governments flagship welfare policy, it was a shock to listen to Philip Hammond explain its future. Maybe the government is...

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rogue landlords to be hunted
Oct 13 2017

More complaints for letting agents

With a dramatic increase in complaints against letting agencies this year, are we seeing a drop in the quality of the offering from letting agents due to external pressures? Alternatively, if humans are given a route to complain will this increase encourage people to make...

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Oct 03 2017

More changes impacting on landlords

In addition to the impact the Housing and planning act will have on landlords and the industry, make sure you are keeping abreast of the following: Stamp duty surcharge Phasing out mortgage tax relief Scrapping of the ‘wear and tear’ allowance Tenants’ right to request...

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