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11:30 AM, 19th October 2018
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Landlords, Our sector is under attack like never before. Politicians and pressure groups who want to tax and regulate the PRS out of existence are causing unbelievable hardship for tenants. The new UK tax on turnover goes against all the basic norms of accountancy rules. I wish here to address all the P118 readers who have read about our new Alliance and not pledged. Email us at info@landlordsalliance.co.uk and pledge your £100. Our Members who have pledged have responded v
11:03 AM, 19th October 2018
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This is an article that I recently published on my Linked In page - Homelessness Reduction: PRS co-operation Homelessness, and severe housing need, is on the increase, there is a huge shortage of social housing, and no matter how much the Government say they are investing (even if you believe the figures), they cannot keep up with demand. Isn't it time that Government (national and local) stopped deriding and demonising private landlords, and instead encouraged and embraced them?
10:45 AM, 19th October 2018
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I thought this was going to be a simple, but there is so much conflicting information on the web. My property is currently let on a 12 month AST that was set up via an agent. The agent has been useless and I am in constant discussion with them about other issues so I am wanting to move away from them anyway. The tenancy ends in December, but the tenant wants another 12 month agreement. Nothing has changed at all. Can I do this myself by getting them to sign another agreement or
11:34 AM, 19th October 2018
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On Tuesday Generation Rent published a paper by its Director, Dan Wilson Craw. He proves - to his own satisfaction at least - that the Law of Supply and Demand does not apply to the UK’s private rented sector. The paper is called “Do measures that discourage buy-to-let investment increase rents?” Click here He claims they don’t. He reckons that if a landlord increases the rent by less than inflation it’s not a real increase, even though it looks real to the tenant and th
14:32 PM, 18th October 2018
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13:33 PM, 18th October 2018
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14:13 PM, 17th October 2018
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14:09 PM, 17th October 2018
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After selling my house to a cash buyer who wanted to move quickly, I found myself renting a house to oblige him. I am paying £2350 for house which is part of a converted mill in Hampshire. It’s in a lovely location but since moving in at the beginning of August...
13:48 PM, 17th October 2018
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Given the significant changes that have occurred in the buy-to-let (BTL) market in the last few years, not to mention the recent base rate increases, it’s no wonder that many landlords are feeling uncertain about their future. Thankfully, it seems lenders are feeling less nervous...
11:13 AM, 17th October 2018
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Hi all, I had a tenant leave on the 1st of March 2017 with £1,050 arrears and dilapidation’s. To my surprise they were already in the process of arranging an IVA and I was added as one of a number of creditors expecting 25p in the pound spread over five years!...
9:45 AM, 17th October 2018
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After owning and letting a Leasehold flat for around 20 years the freehold changed hands a few months ago. I have now received a letter informing me that letting the flat breaks a clause in the lease that says the flat must be used by either the Leaseholder or a member of the leaseholders family and offering me the chance to regularise the situation by either evicting the tenant (of 8 years standing) or paying to have the terms of the Lease amended....

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