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The new NAPIT Trade Association Guidelines for Landlords on "The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020" exceeds the requirement of these regulations. The 2002 regulations come into force from 1st June and require that ECIR test standards to comply with the 18th Edition Electrical Wiring Regulations Inspection and Test requirements. The NAPIT Guidelines for Landlords ( Click here ) requires that 100% of a properties electrical installat
9:12 AM, 26th May 2020
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I last had an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) done in July 2018 (17th Edition), with a recommended 5 years before the next inspection. I have a two story HMO licence. I have 5 student tenants on one AST that are due to start their second year with me on 1st July 2020, so its a new tenancy. Do I need a new EICR under the new legislation at 18th Edition, or can I use the existing valid one? I've also been told by an electrician that a new EICR is needed at the
13:05 PM, 23rd May 2020
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The network is open to anyone who is interested in Property, whether you are a seasoned investor, new to investing or haven't yet made that big property leap. We meet monthly to chat about property in a relaxed environment. May 26th 7pm. MEET MARK ALEXANDER Founder of the Property118 Mark Alexander has been renting property since 1989, both residential and commercial. The commercial finance brokerage he established in 1990 ranked #38 in The Sunday Times Profit Track
13:00 PM, 23rd May 2020
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I now do a weekly property show with Russell Quirk called Shamps and Quirky- The Property Odd Bods Have a watch and click the video below for episode 2: [gravityform id="110" title="true" descript
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We have three very nice tenants (three individuals) in one of our rental properties who have stayed in the property for years. We are currently selling this property and have found a buyer. The deal is fairly close to the position of exchanging the contracts and we have offered the tenants to move into another vacant rental property we own....
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The NRLA are supporting calls by MPs on Parliament’s Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee to boost the financial support available to tenants during the COVID-19 outbreak. Responding to the Committee’s calls for the Local Housing Allowance to be set at a rate that reflects real market rents...
15:47 PM, 21st May 2020
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The house I rent to students was water damaged by storms and my tenant was unable to use her room for 10 days. She therefore  went home as the University was Closed. I have offered her two weeks rent...
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During the pandemic, many employees will have found themselves furloughed, or worse, without employment. This means that they might struggle to continue to pay their rent. If you have a tenant who has not kept up with payments and has built up rental arrears there are steps you can take....

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