airbnb subletting

Are landlords moving to Airbnb

We discussed this topic a few months ago on social media following an increase in requests for us to help landlords remove tenants, to allow them to list their properties on Airbnb. It seems that here at Evict My Tenant Limited are not the only...

subletting by tenants

More tenants are subletting without consent

More tenants are subletting without consent We have discussed the topic of subletting before and some of the potential issues. However, it seems from some research around a third of private rented sector tenants in the UK claim to be currently subletting without the landlord’s...

dirty kitchen

Landlords fined but is it enough to deter others

A pair of landlords in Hounslow are fined over £10k for letting 10 people live together in squalid conditions Once again rogue landlords have hit the media with their actions. A pair of Hounslow landlords have been prosecuted for providing poor housing conditions and running...

broken egg

Is your buy to let dream over

What will happen with buy to let properties? We constantly see in the news about the rich poor devide. Has it now reached the buy to let industry. It seems that new rules for being accepted for a buy to let mortgage are going to exculde...

rent smart wales

Rent Smart Wales has not been well received

Rent Smart Wales has not been well received by Welsh Landlords with thousands of landlords still not signed up to the new landlord scheme. The government scheme is scheduled to become live by November 2016 and is aimed at improving the quality of homes. Once...

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Is common sense starting to prevail

I was chatting to one of our clients in Weston-Super-Mare about some up coming tenant evictions. As normal we discussed issues within the lettting industry and how the media and the government like to bash the good old private landlord. It seems a group of landlords...

green tax

Green tax will hit landlords and tenants

Yet another tax to hit landlords Green tax is coming It seems the government despite a change in Prime minister and cabinet, continue to see the buy to let landlord and the letting industry as a bottomless pit of tax. From 2018 potentially hundreds and thousands of...