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What are the new amendments to the Tenant Fees Bill?


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19 Dec 2018

 What Are The New Amendments To The Tenant Fees Bill?

 

Amendments to the Tenant Fees Bill, set to become law in 2019, were debated and approved in the House of Lords on 11 December.

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Tenant deposits capped at five weeks rent


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5 Dec 2018

Tenant Deposits Capped At Five Week

 

Tenant deposits are set to be capped at a maximum of five weeks’ rent under new laws.

 

Under current legislation, landlords are able to charge a deposit that totals six weeks worth of rent....

What is Tenants Liability Insurance and should you get it?


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31 Oct 2018

Tenant Liability

 

If you rent, Tenant Liability Insurance might just be the best thing you ever buy. Read on to find out why.

 

What is it?

Tenant Liability Insurance (TLI) protects a tenant’s deposit should there be any damage to or theft of a landlord’s contents while you’re living in the property....

Rent rise predictions prove wrong but warning that full effect of tax changes still to come


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23 Oct 2018

Rent Rise Predictions Prove Wrong But Warning That Full Effect Of Tax Changes Still To Come

 

Warnings that buy-to-let tax changes would result in higher rents for tenants have proved unfounded, according to new research....

Over 50% of the disposable income of Britain’s tenants ends up in rental payments


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9 Apr 2018

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It is a surprising fact that Britain’s tenants paid a record of over £51.6bn in rents, last year; that is an £1.8bn increase compared to last year’s and more than double compared to 2007.

UK rents are expected to rise faster than house prices over the next five years. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has predicted. The increase should reach 25% for rents and only 20% or even less, for property values....