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Letting Agent’s Dirty Tricks Campaign

contractLetting agents have a bad reputation for ripping off landlords and tenants. In some cases this is unjustified, but for every person who knows a nice letting agent, there are probably ten more who could make your hair curl with tales of sky-high fees and dodgy business practices. Read more…

Landlord Fly-Tipper Hell

cockroachesA Birmingham landlord has a nightmare clean up operation ahead after piles of rubbish were dumped outside one of his vacant properties following the departure of the tenants.

The property has become a dumping ground for local residents and the pile of black bags, pallets, food waste and general rubbish is growing by the day. Read more…

Scottish Landlords Face Mandatory Electrical Checks

electric shockThe Scottish Government is introducing mandatory electrical testing on properties in the private rental sector that are covered by the Repairing Standard. The statutory regulation will come into effect from the beginning of December 2015 for new tenancies (which includes existing tenants who are signing a new lease). Read more…

UK Student Landlords More Competitive

girl in a boxThe UK student sector has changed a lot over the last few years. Privately owned halls of residence accommodation has become more common in larger university cities and towns, which means that private landlords operating student accommodation are having to work harder in order to compete for student tenants. Read more…

Buy To Let Lending Soars

Mortgage approvedFigures released by the Council of Mortgage Lenders show that buy to let lending soared in the UK during the last quarter of 2014. More than £7.7 billion was lent to landlords between October and December 2014, which is 32% more than the same period of 2013. Read more…

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