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.

How Can Estate Agents Expand their Business Post Tenant Fees Ban?

How Can Estate Agents Expand their Business Post Tenant Fees Ban?

Since the Tenant Fees Ban, it’s even more important for estate agents to diversify the services offered to clients – …

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Tenants to Save £192m a Year Thanks to Lettings Fee Ban

Private tenants in England look set to save a total of £192m a year thanks to the recently-introduced lettings fee …

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Our Editor Discusses Tenant Fees Act on Sky News

Did anybody catch our Editor and Spokesperson of Just Landlords, Rose Jinks, on Sky News at the weekend? She was on …

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Tenant Fees Act 2019

Tenant Fees Act 2019 Introduced Tomorrow (1st June) – A ‘Bright’ Future Remains for Letting Agencies

Tomorrow (1st June) the Tenant Fees Act 2019 will come into force, bringing big changes for the private rental sector …

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Tenant Fees Ban Could Mean Landlords Opt to do Without Agents, says NLA

Tenant Fees Ban Could Mean Landlords Opt to do Without Agents, says NLA

With the Tenant Fees Ban coming into place tomorrow (1st June 2019), the next few months could present a challenge …

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landlords leaving rental market

Spike in Landlords Leaving Rental Market as Tenant Fees Ban Approaches

There has been a spike in landlords exiting the rental market, according to the 2019 April Private Rented Sector (PRS) …

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The changing face of the UK property market brings with it new challenges for the lettings industry. Those who have invested in buy-to-let property, or acquired through other means, must comply with lettings legislation. Amendments to new and existing legislation make news on lettings very important to landlords across the sector. Be it new landlord laws or letting agents rules and regulations, the most up-to-date information from the lettings sector is imperative, should property owners wish to comply with all regulation.