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Landlords get your electrics checked now

Published in General, on Wed Mar 11 2020

In the ever changing world of letting legals, the latest announcement is one we have been expecting for a while – and one I have been looking forward to as it brings clarity to electrical safety check… Read more…

Tenant evictions and latest news on Section 21 cases

Published in General, on Mon Mar 9 2020

Although landlords are often accused of regularly evicting tenants, this is actually a rare occurrence. However, with more families renting in the private sector and landlords being accused of using a… Read more…

Energy efficiency of properties: changes from April 2020

Published in General, on Thu Mar 5 2020

In an effort to combat escalating climate change, all properties sold and rented from 2007 were required to have an EPC certificate. Changes were introduced for rented property in April 2018, which re… Read more…

Latest rules on Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO’s)

Published in General, on Mon Mar 2 2020

Properties where individual rooms are let, as opposed to the entire property, are becoming increasingly popular in the rental market, particularly as landlord margins continued to be squeezed by incre… Read more…

What is the best way to sell a rental property in London?

Published in General, on Thu May 9 2019

New research has revealed that properties across England and Wales are taking a third longer to sell than two years ago. However, it is London that holds the dubious accolade of having the longest tim… Read more…

An end to Section 21?

Published in General, on Tue Apr 16 2019

Yesterday, the Government made an announcement that Communities Secretary, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP described as the biggest change to the private rental sector in a generation. As part of a comple… Read more…

How can I sell my property when it does not have the minimum EPC rating?

Published in General, on Mon Feb 18 2019

A new report by property technology firm Spec suggests that as many as 2.5 million Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) in the UK are wrong due to inaccurate measurement standards and practices, put… Read more…

My tenant is asking for a new kitchen

Published in General, on Tue Nov 20 2018

If your tenant contacts you asking for a new kitchen, you will have to take a view on whether it is worth the cost. If the kitchen is old and tired, then it would be worth considering. First of all, y… Read more…

Does my tenant have to give me access to my property?

Published in General, on Thu Nov 15 2018

It is very important for all landlords to understand that tenants have the right of “quiet enjoyment” of a rental property. This means that the landlord must respect the tenancy, not turn up unannounc… Read more…