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Landlord Insider
On the Landlord Insider blog, you’ll find some excellent resources for landlords of all sizes. From the latest landlord news, to professional advice, tips and guides for landlords, there’s something for everyone. Brought to you by the excellent team behind the Landlord Vision property management software.

Britain’s Most Reviled Professions

victoryWhilst 69% of people trust teachers and 56% of people trust engineers, bankers, estate agents – politicians are way down on the list. However, although only 7% of people trust what politicians have to say, landlords do not appear on the Which? List of least trusted professions. Read more…

Buy to Let Landlords Now More Professional

Mortgage approvedAdrian Malone from One Savings Bank spoke to an industry panel at the Financial Services Expo in London. The debate covered a number of key issues affecting the private rental sector, most notably recent government changes, which include extra stamp duty for second homes and a loss of mortgage interest tax relief. All agreed that these changes have had a significant effect on the private rental sector. Read more…

Mayor of Newham Criticises RLA

trans-logoThe mayor of Newham has criticised Alan Ward, chairman of the Residential Housing Association. In an article published in Inside Housing, Sir Robin Wales says landlord licensing has made a tangible difference and greatly improved the private rental sector in Newham. Read more…

Manchester Landlords Facing Prospect of New Licensing Scheme

accredited stampManchester City Council has plans to reintroduce a controversial licensing scheme in the Crumpsall area of the city, which would affect around 400 homes in the private sector. The Residential Landlords Association has viewed the consultation documents and it says landlords with properties in the area would have to pay between £500 and £750 per property. Read more…

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