Tenants Abandoned Goods

By | December 9th, 2016|Categories: Legislation|

Tenants abandoning premises during their tenancy and leaving their goods behind is a growing common problem for landlords. Not only is it a problem because many landlords obtain incorrect advice as to what their rights [...]

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Landlord Advice Does it Again!

By | December 9th, 2016|Categories: Financial, Governments, Legislation|

Landlord Advice UK took on a major UK Loan company Amigo Loans assisting the defendant the Guarantor in September 2016 and won. Mr Sasha Charles of Landlord Advice UK said "This case ought to focus [...]

Landlord Selective Licensing 

By | December 8th, 2016|Categories: Legislation|

Selective licensing focuses on the management of private rented properties in areas of low demand and, or, with high levels of antisocial behaviour. The principle aim is to improve landlords’ management of properties and in [...]

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Tenant deposit explained

By | December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Financial, Taxes|Tags: , |

1. What is the issue? The purpose of this guidance is to raise awareness of the new obligations placed on landlords and the possible penalties that may be imposed for failure to comply with these [...]

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County Delays

By | December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Financial, Governments|Tags: , , |

Landlords are having to wait up to eight weeks to enforce possession of their properties from non-paying tenants, according to a new report. The result is thousands of pounds lost in unpaid rents and the [...]

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Assured Tenancies

By | December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Acquisitions, Financial|Tags: , , |

Assured Tenancies - what are assured tenancies? This blog is about "Assured" tenancies and is not about "Assured shorthold" Tenancies. Assured tenancies are usually granted by Housing Associations or Housing Trusts etc. They offer some [...]

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