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.

Tenancy deposit cap saves average renter more than £100

Tenancy deposit cap saves average renter more than £100

Research from Generation Rent finds private renters have an average of £113 more in their pockets as a result of the …

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Tenant fees ban: Are agents and tenants remembering their responsibilities?

A busy rental market combined with unsettled economic conditions increase the possibility of some letting agents charging tenants fees illegally, …

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Landlords and Letting Agents Must Work With Tenants to Simplify Fees Ban

Landlords and Letting Agents Must Work With Tenants to Simplify Fees Ban

Landlords and letting agents that wait until the last minute to update their tenancy fees policies could cause confusion for …

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The Tenant Fee Ban Explained

The following article has been written by our friends at Luscombe Gray, the property litigation experts, in order to explain …

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Tenant Fees Ban Enforce Flaws

Who’s enforcing The Tenant Fees Act? New law relies on honesty and tenants being in the know

Despite the introduction of the tenant fees ban back in June, there are still some glaringly obvious flaws in the …

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pet rent

Increase in landlords charging pet rent as Tenant Fees Act puts cap on deposits

Landlords in England are charging additional pet rent, as recent fees ban prevents them from asking tenants for a pet …

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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.