Plans to ban letting agent fees paid by tenants have previously been attacked by the last four housing ministers. The revelations come as the government launches its consultation on the proposal originally announced in the Autumn Statement. In 2013... read more »
If this is your first year completing your tax return, you may find this self assessment tax guide useful. There are now just around 3 weeks to go until tax return deadline day.  It was reported that around 8,000 taxpayers took a... read more »
With the dark nights now upon us and the mercury falling, now is the perfect time for landlords to winter-proof rental properties. Burst pipes, blocked drains and broken gutters can all result in significant damage to homes, so landlords are advised... read more »
With Nothing to pay up front and no tie in contract we are offering a special  fee to sell your home at just £500.00. INC We will give you a wide range of advertising so your property is out there. We advertise on Zoopla and on the marke... read more »
Government launches consultation into making CMP mandatory for letting agents The Government has launched a review into Client Money Protection and whether it should be made mandatory for letting agents. Depending on the responses, mandatory CMP ... read more »
From the 6th April 2007, it became law for tenants’ deposits to be protected. Before this, there was very little a tenant could do to reclaim their money should a rogue landlord decide to keep hold of it and spend it how they please. Though it... read more »
High house prices lock six million into renting Aug 3, 2016 Nine in ten tenants do not have enough savings for average five per cent deposit, says Equality Trust     High house prices lock six million into renting For the third su... read more »
MINIMUM ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDSV1-JC-18032015 Overview As from the 1st April 2018 there will be a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rented sector to normally have a minimum energy performance rating of E on an Energy Perf... read more »
How the Government’s recently-implemented changes to the ‘Wear and Tear’ Allowance might affect landlords. From 6th April this year (2016), another big change came into effect and the 'wear and tear' allowance for furnished propert... read more »
The responsibilities of landlords who invest in property in the private rental sector do not stop when the tenancy agreement has been signed and the tenants have moved in. The reality is that landlords have a legal obligation to ensure that the prope... read more »
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