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Tenant fee ban 2019 – Security Deposits

Posted on May 17, 2019 by Nikki Palmer in Blog

Since April 2007, all security deposits taken by a Landlord or Agent for a tenancy on an AST has had to be registered within a Government approved scheme. Prescribed Information and Terms and Conditions have to be provided to the Tenant within 30 days of the start of the tenancy. This is not changing, and […]

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Tenant Fee Ban 2019

Posted on May 15, 2019 by Nikki Palmer in Blog

REFERENCING FEES I guess, without stating the obvious, the most well known  change that most of you will be aware of with the introduction of the Tenant Fee Ban is that all referencing fees to letting agents will be abolished from 1st June 2019.  That’s a big fat zero! This will apply to all residential […]

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Tax for Landlords

Posted on April 6, 2017 by Nikki Palmer in Blog

Today, the 6th April, marks the start of changes to income tax relief for most Landlords of residential property. Those affected most will be* UK resident individual that lets residential properties in the UK or overseas non-UK resident individual that lets residential properties in the UK individual who let such properties in partnership trustee or […]

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Let-to-Buy

Posted on February 2, 2015 by Nikki Palmer in Blog

We’ve all heard of Buy to Let, but did you know there is also the option of Let to Buy finance? Although more recently there has been some movement in the property market, there are still homeowners who are in the difficult position of trying to sell their homes to move away for work, who […]

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Preparing your property for Autumn

Posted on November 20, 2014 by Nikki Palmer in Blog

It’s now that time of year to start making sure your property is as ready for Winter as possible, with temperatures dropping and the weather taking a turn for the worse. A small amount of maintenance now can reduce the risks of problems throughout the Winter months when a minor outstanding job can turn into […]

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