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Nearly 80% of tenants unaware of renting rights


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24 Jun 2019

Renting Rights

 

The vast majority of tenants do not know their renting rights and responsibilities, according to research by the National Landlords Association.

 

The trade body called on the government to give better information to tenants after the survey found 79% of tenants said they were unclear as to what to expect from letting agents and landlords....

Landlord fined more £13,000 for breaching fire safety regulations


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14 Jun 2019

Fire Door

A buy-to-let landlord has been ordered to pay more than £13,000 after breaching fire safety regulations.

 

Environmental health officers found the property in Highbury, north London to be in a state of disrepair when they inspected the house following complaints from the neighbours....

London’s new prime property locations


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20 May 2019

Property London

Despite high property prices, London can still be a lucrative investment for buy-to-let landlords, especially if you pick the right area.

 

Bermondsey and Fitzrovia, two previously rather overlooked parts of the city despite their central locations, are the latest areas to be identified as prime property hotspots, according to buying agency, Black Brick....

Landlords accused of failing to address ‘serious home hazards’


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13 May 2019

Smoke Detector

Landlords have been accused of failing to address potentially dangerous defects in their properties, with smoke detectors and electrical issues among the major household hazards identified in thousands of rented homes, according to a new report....

One in 10 tenants claim landlord not allowing them to switch energy providers


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29 Apr 2019

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Nearly one in 10 tenants claims their landlord or letting agent won’t allow them to switch energy suppliers, according to a new survey.

 

Of those surveyed by auto-energy switching service Migrate, 9% said they had been told they were not allowed to choose their own energy supplier, while another one in 10 tenants also claimed their landlord or letting agent had told them they were not allowed to have a smart meter installed....