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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.

It’s Time to Say Goodbye to ‘No-Fault’ Section 21 Notices

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One of the headline policies of the government’s recent Renters Reform Bill has been the proposed abolition of ‘no-fault’ Section 21 Notices. The announcement doesn’t come as much of a surprise, having been first put forward as far back as April 2019. The Conservative government have consistently stated their manifesto commitment to the abolition of ‘no-fault’ evictions, with many in the property industry seeing it as a case of ‘if’ not ‘when’. However, expected or not, the announcement comes with huge implications for the private rental sector and landlords throughout the UK.  

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A Landlord’s Guide to The Renter’s Reform Bill

On the 16th of June 2022, the government released its long-awaited white paper on rental reform in the UK, titled ‘A Fairer Private Rented Sector’. The report is arguably one of the biggest shake-ups to the private rental sector in over 30 years, advocating wholesale changes to the structure of tenancy agreements, eviction rights and landlord obligations. The government will implement the suggestions of the Fairer Private Rented Sector white paper through a proposed Renters Reform Bill, which will be put before the House of Commons.

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