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How to do tenant viewings in the post-lockdown era
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How to do tenant viewings in the post-lockdown era

As letting agencies get back to business following seven weeks of covid-19 lockdown, the government has issued advice for landlords conducting viewings while observing social

Call for private sector rent freeze in the face of recession
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Call for private sector rent freeze in the face of recession

A think tank is calling on the government to introduce an immediate rent freeze to protect more than a million renters at risk of losing

Landlords call for gas and electrical safety extension
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Landlords call for gas and electrical safety extension

The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) is calling on the government to agree an extension for gas and electrical safety certificates during the coronavirus crisis. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Lockdown guidance for tenants and landlords
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Lockdown guidance for tenants and landlords

The housing minister Robert Jenrick has produced guidance for landlords and tenants about all aspects of property rental during the coronavirus crisis. Moving out or

Statement on COVID19 from Assetgrove
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Statement on COVID19 from Assetgrove

Read the statement on COVID19 from Assetgrove and how we will be contiuning to help landlords and tenants.

Landlords warned about ‘No DSS’ discrimination after new legal cases
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Landlords warned about ‘No DSS’ discrimination after new legal cases

Landlords are being warned about discriminating against benefit claimants after legal victories by two women.

Growth in Airbnb-type lets “concerning” for the private rented sector
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Growth in Airbnb-type lets “concerning” for the private rented sector

ARLA Propertymark is calling for government action to stem an increase in landlords turning to Airbnb-style short-term lets.

Calls for increased court funding before scrapping of Section 21
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Calls for increased court funding before scrapping of Section 21

Cuts to county courts are pushing landlords into debt as a result of delayed eviction proceedings, according to housing law experts.   Most eviction proceedings

Election 2019 – what will it mean for landlords and tenants?
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Election 2019 – what will it mean for landlords and tenants?

With just a few days unti General Election 2019, find out the pledges made by the three main parties’ manifestos regarding the private rented sector

Landlords warned about the ‘silent killer’
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Landlords warned about the ‘silent killer’

Find out more about Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week and the warnings to Landlords about the risks to their tenants

Calls for housing benefit increase to tackle homelessness
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Calls for housing benefit increase to tackle homelessness

Many low income families are priced out of the rental market causing homeless charities to call for an increase to housing benefits.

Should I take out boiler breakdown cover for my rental property?
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Should I take out boiler breakdown cover for my rental property?

  It might still feel like summer, but autumn will soon be here with tenants everywhere ramping up their central heating. For landlords, having boiler