Daily Archives: January 16, 2019

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Mystery over missing agent being probed by trading standards

Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of a letting agent who appears not to be in any redress scheme, is being investigated by local trading standards officers, and who allegedly owes landlords thousands of pounds. The Slough Observer reports that angry landlords in the town are trying to trace Lee Clarke, the […]

Is Brexit uncertainty good news for BTL landlords?

Many people tend to hold off on buying property during times of uncertainty and that appears to be precisely what is currently happening amid growing Brexit turmoil, which could spell “good news” for private landlords as more people choose to rent than risk entering the property market. Even with Brexit […]

Tenant Fee Ban 1st July 2019

Following the Third Reading in the House of Lords and the Bill is likely to receive Royal Assent in the coming weeks and come into force on 1st June.   It’s no mean feat to distract a significant number of UK citizens from the rigours of Brexit, but Lord Bourne […]