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17:08 PM, 19th October 2020
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Following the Government’s announcement and subsequent consultation into repealing Section 21, which received in excess of 20,000 responses, The Lettings Industry Council (TLIC) commissioned a report ‘Beyond Section 21’ to look at the impacts of doing so.  The report, released 19 October 2020, details the negative consequences of the abolition of Section 21, including a reduction in the supply of rental properties by up 20%, rising rents and increased pressure on the justice s
13:34 PM, 19th October 2020
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Hi, I own a 4 bed detached on a street built in the 60's. On facing the houses each has a path of about 6ft between them BUT the path is owned by the house to the right up to the walls of the house to the left.. My neighbour has built a wrap round extension (no issue) BUT he has now started to build a wall (which I think is going to actually turn into a storage area the length of his house) which abuts right up to the exterior wall of my property. He has left just a tiny gap (arou
11:39 AM, 19th October 2020
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Portsmouth City Council (PCC) Licensing team have just done an HHSRS inspection of one of my student HMOs and given one of the rooms a Category 1/ band B hazard rating for 'excess heat' due to the room's window opening onto a “conservatory”, and the “conservatory” and it's door to the garden being in shared use with other tenants. PCC have suggested in writing that I remove the door from conservatory to garden, which would cause problems because there's no drainage to deal
10:33 AM, 19th October 2020
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I own and manage a small HMO and rent the individual rooms on an AST of 6 months. In August a new tenant moved in, 7 weeks into her contract she told me she was now on the shortlist to move to a council flat, and she hoped to be moved out by the end of September, but would pay October's rent. She asked how flexible I was in regard to her having to pay for the whole term. I reminded her that she had signed for 6 months (with her niece as guarantor (due to her being out of work))
9:42 AM, 19th October 2020
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8:51 AM, 19th October 2020
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19:00 PM, 16th October 2020
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Is buy to let dead? Here is a commercial Buy-To-Let (BTL) property offering a phenomenal 50% rental yield? …And later in the video, I will share with you where this is coming up for sale and how you can buy it!!...
14:03 PM, 16th October 2020
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Most property investors believe, that the current property market mini boom won’t last for long, and when the bubble bursts, there will be a property market crash in 2021. What does that mean for you? This could be a huge opportunity for you if you are ready for it....
11:40 AM, 16th October 2020
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Hundreds of thousands of British Ex-Pats living in the EU will have received a shock letter in the last few days. Customers of Nat-West, Coutts, RBS, Barclays, Bank of Scotland and Halifax are among the list of those affected....
9:46 AM, 16th October 2020
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A new Parliamentary Private Members’ Bill sponsored by Andrew Rosindell, Conservative MP for Romford, would seek to give tenants who own a dog or other domestic animal the right to have it live in their rented home, provided they demonstrated responsibility and care for the animal....

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