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Landlords face £30,000 bill for evicting rogue tenants


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22 Aug 2019

Evicting Rogue Tenants

Rogue tenants who use buy-to-let properties for criminal activities could leave landlords with a bill of more than £30,000, according to new research. 

 

The cost of repairs and the legal process of evicting tenants rises to £41,318 in Greater London while in central London, thought to be the capital’s rogue tenant hotspot, costs can be as high as £50,000, research from Benham and Reeves suggests....

Private tenants are happy in their rented homes - and are paying less


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8 Aug 2019

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Private tenants are happy in their rented homes, are staying longer and are paying less for them, according to new official figures. 

 

The results of the latest English Housing Survey dispel the idea renting is expensive and offers little security, landlord representatives say. ...

How to help your tenants keep your buy-to-let property safe during the holidays


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1 Aug 2019

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As we enter the peak holiday season, it’s a good idea to check that your tenants are clued up when it comes to locking up.

 

Before they fly off for their two weeks in the sun, drop your tenants a letter or an email with a few last-minute tips on keeping the property safe while they are away. ...

No-fault eviction ban will put vulnerable tenants at risk, say landlords


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25 Jul 2019

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Scrapping section 21 evictions could make it harder for low-income tenants to find homes, a new survey by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) suggests. 

 

The government plan to ban no-fault evictions in England in a bid to give tenants security and halt "revenge evictions". ...

Rise in number of older renters


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1 Jul 2019

Older Renters

 

The number of older renters has risen steeply over the past year as people choose to cash in their homes to fund their retirement or to free up capital to help family get on the property ladder, according to new research.

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