There are many upsides to being a Landlord,  renting out a single property or a property portfolio remains a sure bet for regular income or for building up capital for future investment.
Whether you rent out a studio flat or maintain a portfolio of properties, your responsibilities as a Landlord are exactly the same. Dealing with broken appliances or broken boilers, re-negotiating tenancies not to mention keeping abreast of a complex legislative environment which is constantly changing and keeping your most valuable asset in its best possible condition for the best possible return is what we do. From day to day management to adding value to your asset is our primary focus.  We are the experts in reducing if not eliminating void periods.

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Latest News

Changes to notice periods for evictions WEDNESDAY 12 MAY 2021

News

The UK Government has announced that from 1 June 2021 notice periods in England that are currently six months, will now be reduced to four months.

ARLA PROPERTYMARK'S ROBERT BOLWELL ANSWERS LETTING AGENTS' COVID-19 LEGISLATION QUESTIONS

Industry

ARLA Propertymark's Robert Bolwell, Senior Partner at Dutton Gregory, answers questions on the Changes to the evictions process, serving notices and new court processes as a result of Covid-19.

Government extends eviction ban until end of March, but loopholes for landlords to remain

News

The government will extend its eviction ban for another month, ministers have announced – but loopholes for landlords will stay in place.

Most renters will now be protected from bailiffs until 31 March after another decision made just a week before the lapse of the current period.

But campaigners point to exemptions that are already seeing many of those worst hit by the pandemic summoned to court for possession hearings and facing homelessness.

Under exemptions introduced at the start of 2021, landlords can now evict tenants who accrue six months of arrears in rent – even if it has been built up during lockdown.

Landlords will NOT have to allow tenants with pets, claims expert

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Leading property lawyer David Smith has re-assured landlords that they will not be forced to take tenants as pets, despite two recent initiatives.

 Leasehold Property Government intervention - end cladding crisis

Breaking News

GOVERNMENT TO BRING AN END TO UNSAFE CLADDING WITH MULTI-BILLION POUND INTERVENTION

Housing Secretary announces the Government will pay for the removal of unsafe cladding for all leaseholders in high-rise buildings, providing reassurance and protecting them from costs

New levy and tax on developers to ensure industry contributes
Measures will boost the housing market and free up homeowners to once again buy and sell their properties.

Can you move home in lockdown ?

Breaking News

Can you still move home in lockdown? What you need to know as the property market remains open despite England's new freeze

People can continue to move home as the country is plunged into new lockdown
Prospective buyers and tenants are urged to do virtual viewings first
Calls are being made to extend the stamp duty holiday that ends in March

Update to How to Rent Guide

Breaking News

The Government released an update to its How to Rent Guide today, which must be supplied to tenants in England before they start a new tenancy, effective immediately. Failure to supply an up-to-date How to Rent Guide can have big consequences - invalidating a Section 21 notice in the future.

COVID-19 – Keeping the Private Rented Sector safe Information for landlords

Industry

During the COVID-19 outbreak, safety has remained the number one priority for safeagent and its accredited firms. safeagent has compiled the latest Government guidance and advice, in order to best support tenants, landlords and letting agency staff.

New SDLT ruling - check if you can get refund

Insight

HMRC has changed what has been termed as ‘incorrect guidance online’, meaning that property investors and developers could be owed hundreds of thousands of pounds in stamp duty refunds.

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