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16:31 PM, 25th November 2020
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The NRLA has criticised the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, for cutting the amount tenants relying on benefits will be able to claim to pay their rent. According to a report by the Office for Budget Responsibility published alongside the Spending Review today the Local Housing Allowance will be frozen in cash terms from next year. This means that the rate will fall below the current level which is set to cover the lowest 30% of rents in any given area. The National Residential Landlor
9:36 AM, 25th November 2020
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The Minister of State for Housing Christopher Pincher has given a speech at the Savills Annual Housing Seminar outlining the government's strategy for housing and re-confirming how important the housing market is to the general health of the economy. He also acknowledges how the housing market is at the sharp end of changes to the way we live our lives caused by the global pandemic. The Minister said: " I think we all recognise that the housing sector is a bellwether of confidence
9:16 AM, 25th November 2020
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The Government is being lobbied from all quarters of the property industry from Conveyancing, Surveying, Agent and Landlord groups to extend the Stamp Duty holiday and help unplug the logjam of housing transactions that are trying to complete before the holiday at the end of March ends. A letter was sent to the Government with the backing of several industries bodies and major players in the industry citing the reasons why the extension would benefit the industry, the economy and
15:42 PM, 24th November 2020
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I have a property that was let in 2009 via an agent. The agent gave me the deposit and the 1st month's rent.  I didn't know that the deposit should have been protected in an account at the time. Then in 2015 the agent said that he will deposit £675 in a government scheme. The tent now has vacated in October and she wants compensation. We offered £1050.00 as it was our mistake. However, she has refused and is asking for £1975 or to go to court. Any advic
11:54 AM, 24th November 2020
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9:47 AM, 24th November 2020
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I hired an electrician to do an EICR who found the Consumer Unit needed to be replaced. I then gave the job to him to complete. However, after the job was completed, it turned out he isn’t qualified to register the installation with Building Control at the local council...
9:39 AM, 24th November 2020
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Having taken 3 months mortgage payment holiday, I now would like to pay back those 3 months interest payments that I deferred. However, the tax implication seems tricky: 1. The reduction of 3 months interest would reduce taxable outgoings...
14:24 PM, 23rd November 2020
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Hi everyone. I’ve been reading some conflicting advice about people who have lodgers and go away for a few months (fixed-term stay somewhere say for a summer job, less than a year, definitely not “moved out”, all belongings still in main home and room kept free)....
11:24 AM, 23rd November 2020
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Recently I have been getting to know some landlords in Spain. I think it’s good for us to network with others – to support each other if nothing else. The Spanish landlords have been explaining to me quite how bad it is for them now....

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