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Eight tips to stop condensation and mould 03 November 2018

As autumn sets in, the ideal conditions for mould and condensation grow. Follow these #toptips to keep your properties #mouldfree http://ow.ly/lOHD50jxiCO Read More

HMO landlord has victory over his local authority for charging licensing fees 14 August 2018

Case of an HMO landlord who has had a victory over his local authority for charging licensing fees that go beyond the cost to process the application. Could finally be some good news for HMO landlords - https://www.insidepropertyinvesting.com/law-hmo-license-fees-unlawful/ Read More

What you can do if your neighbour`s overgrown hedge is spoiling your garden 16 July 2018

This guide gives you all the information about your rights and what you should do if there is a problem with a neighbour"s overgrown hedge the following information, with help from the Department of Housing, Communities and Local Government. It explains the powers local authorities have to deal with disputes between neighbours about high hedges.... Read More

Government publishes key licensing/HMO changes 22 June 2018

New guidance for landlords to further protect tenants from poor living conditions has been published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (20 June 2018). Following legislation introduced last month, from 1 October 2018 any landlord who lets a property to 5 or more people – from 2 or more separate households – must be licensed by their local housing authority.... Read More

NEW WEBSITE NOW LIVE 14 May 2018

NEW WEBSITE NOW LIVE A responsive website and most importantly transparent. dedicated pages for: ✔ landlords, ✔ tenants, ✔ Students ✔ Fees Schedule separate page listings for ✔ residential and ✔ student properties. ✔ Interactive property map ✔ Property maintenance reporting system ✔ Payment page ✔ Meet the team ✔ Independent Reviews (100+) ✔ Latest New O, and our contact details should you as a landlord or tenants wish to discuss your property requirements with us Nathan Reah Proprietor... Read More

Lettings Legislation Changes: Minimum requirements for Energy Performance Certificate 31 March 2018

There are several new pieces of letting legislation on their way in the coming months which will affect both landlords and tenants. There are changes regarding the minimum energy level regulations, the extension of the Deregulation Act as well as an impending letting agent fee ban.... Read More