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19 March, 2019

Labour plans for open-ended tenancies to ‘revolutionise’ the sector

Landlords face a major revolution in the way the private rental sector operates, if Labour should win the next general election. The latest proposal recommends a change in the law to force landlords to offer private renters open-ended tenancies. Shadow...

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18 March, 2019

Buy to let costs landlords £3,571 a year for each home

According to new research, buy to let landlords shell out an average £3,571 for every property they rent out. Repairs, maintenance and letting agent fees are the biggest expenses faced by landlords before mortgage interest and tax, says the study...

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12 March, 2019

Housing Minister requests ban on ‘No DSS’ property adverts to reduce discrimination

Housing Minister Heather Wheeler is calling for a ban on ‘No DSS’ advertising by landlords and letting agents. ‘DSS’ refers to the now defunct Department of Social Security which was closed in 2001. Tenants on housing benefit used to claim...

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11 March, 2019

Right to Rent defeat. What does this mean for the property industry?

The Home Office has lost a legal challenge against Right to Rent laws in the High Court - but where does this leave landlords, letting agents and tenants? A judge declared Right to Rent in England breached human rights laws...

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19 March, 2019

Labour plans for open-ended tenancies to ‘revolutionise’ the sector

Landlords face a major revolution in the way the private rental sector operates, if Labour should win the next general election. The latest proposal recommends a change in the law to force landlords to offer private renters open-ended tenancies. Shadow...

Read more

18 March, 2019

Buy to let costs landlords £3,571 a year for each home

According to new research, buy to let landlords shell out an average £3,571 for every property they rent out. Repairs, maintenance and letting agent fees are the biggest expenses faced by landlords before mortgage interest and tax, says the study...

Read more

12 March, 2019

Housing Minister requests ban on ‘No DSS’ property adverts to reduce discrimination

Housing Minister Heather Wheeler is calling for a ban on ‘No DSS’ advertising by landlords and letting agents. ‘DSS’ refers to the now defunct Department of Social Security which was closed in 2001. Tenants on housing benefit used to claim...

Read more

11 March, 2019

Right to Rent defeat. What does this mean for the property industry?

The Home Office has lost a legal challenge against Right to Rent laws in the High Court - but where does this leave landlords, letting agents and tenants? A judge declared Right to Rent in England breached human rights laws...

Read more

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