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How Landlords Can Ensure The Rent Is Paid


Thursday, January 8, 2015

1 in 3 Tenants Without Rent Protection Insurance Struggling To Pay Rent New research by the National Housing Federation (NHF) has found that 3 Million tenants in the UK’s private rented sector (PRS) who’s landlords don’t have rent protection insurance, are still struggling to pay their rent. According to the study: 31% of tenant couples [...]


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DIY Tenant Eviction Can Be Costly!


Thursday, November 27, 2014

UK PRS Landlord Ordered To Pay £2,340 For Unlawful Tenant Eviction A private rental sector (PRS) landlord from Oxfordshire has been prosecuted by West Oxfordshire District Council for an unlawful tenant eviction. The landlord, Mr Jaroslaw Piotrowski of Witney Rooms Ltd was prosecuted by Oxford Magistrates Court on Tuesday 11th November 2014 for the illegal [...]


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Can Anyone Get Buy To Let Mortgages?


Thursday, September 25, 2014

Buy to Let Mortgages Are Not Difficult To Get The Mortgage Market Review (MMR) has made obtaining residential mortgages more difficult for some borrowers and the financial affordability tests imposed by lenders are also being applied by specialist lenders to buy to let mortgages too, slowing down the purchasing process for many landlords. Many landlords [...]


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Tenant Immigration Check Pilot Areas Finally Announced


Thursday, September 11, 2014

Tenant Immigration Checks Will Start In West Midlands The Government have finally announced that the start of the phased introduction of immigrant checks on all prospective UK private rented sector tenants will begin in the West Midlands, from December 1st 2014, as part of the 2014 Immigration Act with further areas across the country intended [...]


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Tenant’s Without Rent Protection Struggle More Than Others


Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Calls For More Landlords To Use Rent Protection Insurance After Increase In Calls To Debt Charity Over Tenants Affording Rent The UK is now supposed to be flourishing again after the financial crisis, with the many austerity measures implemented by the Government paying back a small proportion of the £384 Billion (GBP) national debt. However, [...]


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