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12:08 PM, 28th September 2020
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The latest summary of market health from Benham and Reeves, has revealed that the market stood firm in Q2 despite the broader turbulence of lockdown. Data from the top four house prices indices to give an overall view of market health based on buyer and seller expectations via mortgage and asking price data, as well as market performance where sold prices are concerned. The latest index shows that: - The average UK house price is currently £255,370, up 0.4% on the previous qua
11:52 AM, 28th September 2020
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Anyone in this group belong to a landlord association? Question for NRLA why are they not more vocal in the lack of furlough support by the government for landlords. Landlords get no support whatsoever! No support at a time we cannot evict and have to pay more tax it's so unjust. Why aren't they shouting about this it's not the government that's supporting renters its private landlords. I can't help but feel landlords are just too scared to speak out given the anti-landlord pro
11:19 AM, 28th September 2020
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I have a 2-bed flat where the rent is £640 pcm. The tenant is part working and on UC. As she can pay 5 weeks deposit herself and RIA, the Local Authority have said they can't help her further. I am just waiting for her to allow me to talk to DWP direct about her claim/her to tell me how her DWP breaks down exactly (I can see she has a monthly lump sum but not sure how much is for rent) Should I still ask for a rent guarantor? She can't get one herself so will need to use a com
11:08 AM, 28th September 2020
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Regarding the law passed by Sep 2020 - The Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development and Miscellaneous Amendments) (England) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2020 (S.I., 2020, No. 632) Without planning permission, the freeholder can add two stories onto existing blocks of three stories or more. What are our options to fight this absurd gift to freeholders? For leasholders it will mean - - Massive disruption - Devalued apartments below - Penthouses devalued - Reports alrea
14:02 PM, 24th September 2020
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13:24 PM, 24th September 2020
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10:10 AM, 24th September 2020
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9:27 AM, 24th September 2020
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The latest research from Howsy, has revealed that since lockdown (March), average rent levels have dropped in seven out of 10 areas of England and Wales. Howsy looked at the average rent paid between the start of the year and lockdown and found that on average...
17:51 PM, 23rd September 2020
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Hi all, I’m considering selling my main residence and moving into a rental property I own. Given I will be selling my main residence, if I buy another within 3 years, will I be able to claim the stamp duty refund?...
17:41 PM, 23rd September 2020
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I would prefer to long term lease my properties to a local HA/Charity to give those really in proper need some stability. I realise there will be a lot more homeless to come, especially those who have never been in this situation before with furlough about to end etc…...
8:42 AM, 23rd September 2020
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In discussion with a planner, I was notified that the latest local plan had been recently approved. The plan includes a charge of £50k for every new dwelling approved by the London Borough of Hackney. This is in addition to the Community Infrastructure Levy and a section 106 agreement....

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