JANUARY 15, 2019 BY BEN REEVE-LEWIS2 COMMENTS
Changes in the air
One thing about spending your working life with your nose in the PRS dirt is that you can spot things coming before many other people.
You see trends developi... read more »
It has become a popular past-time of late to bash landlords. Day after day there are cynical stories in the media about rich capitalist landlords seeking to exploit poor beleaguered tenants, abuse th... read more »
15 key dates for landlords in 2019
Earning an income from buy to let involves more than simply sitting back and watching the rent roll in. Changes in private rented sector regulation, tenancy disputes, maintenance issues, tax... read more »
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HM Revenue and Customs AlertWhat you need to knowAction Fraud has experienced an increase in the reporting of malicious calls, voicemails, text messages or emails to members of the public purporting to be from HMRC.The fraudsters state that as ... read more »
What is condensation?
Condensation is the result of warm moist air reaching a cold surface. This can be anything from steam caused by cooking, bathing, washing or drying (often when clothes are left to dry in an unventilated room). You may be able t... read more »
247 is offering a FREE 3D scan for every Sale and letting property for Jan 2018
Be anywhere, from everywhere
A 3D room scanner once required trained technicians and complicated software. Matterport has made it super easy to ... read more »
The Deposit Protection Service (The DPS) keeps deposit money safe for letting agents, landlords and renters during the course a tenancy. Its free, government-accredited custodial tenancy deposit protection scheme has protected over five million depos... read more »
Legislation Changes for 2018/2019
There are so many changes coming to the lettings industry, we thought it would be useful to provide a brief overview of both the confirmed and proposed changes for 2018/2019. It’s not exhaustive and may be s... read more »