Great Deals for Tenants in December

Great Deals for Tenants in December A great time to search for a property to let is the period from mid-November right up to Boxing Day. The cold and dark nights put people off going out to find accommodation to let. And with a shortage of good tenants in the market, landlords are therefore often […]

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Labour and Conservative Plans to Help Private Tenants

Labour and Conservative Plans for the Private Rented Sector David Lawrenson of www.Tenants-Renting-Guide.com says the Conservatives have come up with a raft of good ideas for the private rented sector to help tenants and landlords. Even Shelter have applauded them, albeit with a few reservations. Labour’s sole idea is rent controls – more on that later. So […]

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Letting Agent Tenant Fees To Be Banned

The government is consulting on placing a ban on letting agents charging tenants fees for their services. And we expect that this ban will also apply to landlords who operate direct (say, via an online letting agent, for example). And though it is a consultation, I fully expect this to become law. I cannot say I’m surprised. […]

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Letting Agency Fees

David Lawrenson of Tenants-Renting-Guide.com tells you the basics about fees that you might be charged by a lettingu00a0agent or landlord. n Letting Agency Fees n If you are in Scotland, you are in luck as hereu00a0a letting agent or landlord cannot charge fees to tenants. The only thing they can charge for is a deposit […]

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Tenants Guide to Successful Renting Landlord Zone Review

A great review of my book, “Tenants Guide to Successful Renting”  has been written by respected landlord website author and blogger, Tom Entwistle of LandlordZone. For the full review please click here. Here is the key point in Tom’s review: In a landlords’ market, just like an employers’ market, tenants just like employees must shine through if […]

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