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We have had our tenant in our property for 2 years on an initial 24 month tenancy, for which, we of course paid agents fees of 6%. Now we have come up to renewal time and naively I did not realise we are liable for fee's for another 2 years still. 4% for 12 months and then 2% the following year should the tenants stay in! They also want to charge £150 fee to draw up the new tenancy although I have now convinced them to drop that charge. It's my fault for not properly understandin
9:15 AM, 15th October 2018
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The Government's proposal is for the vast majority of new houses to be freehold with ground rents for new leases capped at £10. Housing Minister, James Brokenshire, said: "Unfair ground rents can turn a homeowner’s dream into a nightmare by hitting them in the back pocket, and making their property harder to sell. That’s why I’m taking concrete action to protect homeowners and end those unscrupulous leasehold practices that can cost tenants hundreds of pounds. “This ca
15:58 PM, 12th October 2018
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My wife and I jointly own the freehold of a building and I own the four individual leasehold flats contained in this building (as, I hope I am right in saying you are not allowed to own both the freehold and the leasehold of the same building) If we want to sell one of the leasehold flats can we use both of our CGT allowances against the capital gain? We run this jointly as a business and we both share the income, the only reason both names are not on the leasehold is for the r
11:04 AM, 12th October 2018
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Polly Neate, CEO of Shelter, was on the Victoria Derbyshire programme on Wednesday. The subject was homeless single mothers. These people are of great importance to  Shelter because it hopes to use them to get a court ruling that discrimination against claimants of housing benefit is unlawful, based on the following argument: a ban on HB claimants (both male and female) is indirect sex discrimination against women because there are more of them. I know, you couldn’t make it up!
11:16 AM, 11th October 2018
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10:51 AM, 11th October 2018
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The Government today launched a £20m scheme to be launched through Local authorities to alleviate the Homeless crisis. This scheme depends on and indeed needs the support of the PRS to work. Click here to view –...
10:00 AM, 11th October 2018
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One BHM is a new buy to let in Birmingham city centre, occupying a much-coveted B1 post code. It is a collection of 165 one, two, and three-bedroom apartments based in Birmingham’s city centre. The location is ideal for young professionals wanting a convenient commute to work and is also close to several attractions such as Brindley Place (a popular eating and drinking destination)...
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Queens House is a new residential development in central Sheffield comprising of 99 luxury studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments. From a leisure perspective it is close to many amenities, including a shopping centre, the O2 Academy, Odeon cinema and many fashionable bars and quirky cafes....
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Future elections are set to be influenced much more powerfully by the UK’s growing contingent of private renters than ever before, suggests new research from AXA Insurance*. While 53% of private renters voted in 2017 – a noticeable jump on previous elections...

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