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How will the government's commitment to cut emissions affect landlords?


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19 Dec 2020

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The Government’s advisory Committee on Climate Change has called for the UK to cut its emissions by 78% by 2035 in a bid to reach a "net zero" pollution goal by 2050.

 

That leaves just 30 years to reduce almost all emissions to zero (any remaining pollution is to be offset by measures to absorb carbon such as planting trees) and with UK households contributing  40% of emissions, it is inevitable that landlords and other homeowners will be impacted by these changes....

Demand in homes with a garden surges after lockdown


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27 Aug 2020

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There has been a significant rise in demand for homes with gardens from tenants and buyers since the housing market re-opened in May following lockdown, according to the latest figures. 

 

Fears of a second wave are reportedly fuelling a growing appetite for properties with an outdoor space research from property rental app Movebubble suggests, with searches rising 193% compared to the week before lockdown....

Scottish government introduces new interest-free loans for landlords whose tenants are struggling to pay rent


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16 May 2020

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Landlords in Scotland whose tenants are unable to make their full rental payment amid the coronavirus crisis can apply for an interest-free loan, the Scottish government has announced.

 

The Private Rented Sector Landlord Covid-19 Loan Scheme was opened on Tuesday for applications, allowing eligible landlords to receive 100% of their lost rental income on a single property....

Death of a tenant: What are landlords and letting agents’ rights and responsibilities?


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29 Feb 2020

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While it is a difficult subject to tackle, and certainly one no landlord or letting agent ever wants to face, it isn’t uncommon for a tenant to die mid-tenancy. 

 

A tenant dying while renting your property is likely to be stressful, traumatic and confusing for a landlord or letting agent. As well as being a rather morbid subject, it is also a legally complex one. Knowing your rights and responsibilities as a landlord or letting agent before you find yourself in this distressing situation will help you navigate your way through the legal quagmire.  ...

Landlords boost local economies by over £3billion a year


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7 Feb 2020

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Landlords are a huge economic boon to local economies, injecting over £3billion into their communities, according to new research. 

In the past 12 months, landlords spent an average of £1,443 each on services such as plumbers, builders, letting agents and other tradespeople from the local community, the study from Aldermore Bank found. ...