Monthly Archives: June 2019

London Property Market Recovery

Buoyant Buyer Demands Resulting in London Property Market Recovery

Properties in London are seeing a slowdown in price reductions, according to research from estate and letting agency Chestertons. This …

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Tenancy Deposit Passporting Plans Announced by Government

It was announced yesterday that the Government is willing to consider plans for a deposit passporting scheme. This scheme would …

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Landlords Remain Optimistic about Property Investment, Despite Brexit Worries

Around two-thirds of landlords in the UK are feeling optimistic about the residential buy-to-let sector over the next three years, …

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Renting in Retirement is Becoming an Increasingly Popular Option

There has been a 61% increase in the number of older renters since 2012, according to new research by Hamptons …

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Top Reason for Letting Agent Complaints is Poor Communication for EIGHTH​ Year in a Row

The Property Ombudsman (TPO) has published a report showing that the top reason for complaints against letting agencies last year …

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Landlord Selective Licensing “Brings us no Closer to Finding Crooks that Operate Under the Radar”

A review on selective licensing for rented housing was released yesterday, proposing a national register for landlords. The Government commissioned …

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