Tenant Fees Ban

The Government will soon ban letting agents and landlords from charging upfront fees to tenants. This was designed to make renting and moving home more affordable.

Tenant Fees Bill Receives Royal Assent to Become Act of Parliament

The Tenant Fees Bill has received royal assent to become an Act of Parliament in England. It will come into force …

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Will the Fees Ban Help Letting Agents Stay on the High Street?

The upcoming ban on lettings fees charged to tenants, which is due to come into force on 1st June 2019, …

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A message sent from an unnamed landlord said it was increasing management fees, in order to compensate for predicted upcoming losses.

Tenants to Spend £154m on Fees Before Ban Comes In

Private renters in England are expected to spend a total of £154m on tenant fees before the ban comes into …

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The Tenant Fees Bill has Completed its Passage through the Commons

The Tenant Fees Bill has now completed its passage through the House of Commons, after it was approved in the …

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Tenant Fees Bill to Come into Force on 1st June 2019

The Tenant Fees Bill will come into force on 1st June 2019 for all tenancies signed on or after that …

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Letting Agents Could Unknowingly Break the Law after Tenant Fees Ban

Letting agents in England could unknowingly break the law after the tenant fees ban comes into force, due to a …

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