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WE NEED YOUR HELP TO WIN! We are delighted to have been nominated for the highly prestigious "Property Investor Website of the Year" award for 2018. However, it all comes down to public voting now and we have some tough competition including:- Landlord Law Landlordzone Property Tribes The Property Hub Property Forum To win this award would be a sign that you truly value what we do, so we sincerely hope that you will spare about 60 seconds of your time to
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The Department for Work and Pensions has released its June 2018 Universal Credit newsletter. These Universal Credit newsletters will be published quarterly and provide information to social and private landlords about Universal Credit. Click Here to download the full June 2018 edition: "1.2 Applying for a managed payment to landlord If you’re a private landlord or a social landlord that doesn’t have a secure email address and you are applying for a Managed Payment to
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Property118 has attached to this week's summary a copy of the government consultation paper on its Rent A Room proposals. The time for response expires on 31st August 2018. Are there views on this subject from Property118 readers and the Rent A Room consultation paper and government proposals? Many thanks EJ Editor's Notes: The Government consultation on Rent A Room tax reliefs looks set hit Airbnb style letting of entire properties rather than individual room lodger t
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Whatever it was, the call for the Bank of England to freeze house prices for 5 years was lapped up by the Guardian and the Times.  For those like myself who had never heard of the IPPR, it describes itself thus: “IPPR is a registered charity and the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank”.  It is so confident of its pre-eminent status that it sees no need to say what the letters stand for until the very last page, after the footnote references.  It’s Institute for Public
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There are approximately between 200,000 and 300,000 travellers living in the United Kingdom with around 60,000 who live in caravans on both authorised and unauthorised sites. If you do have problems with travellers then there are two options available to you...
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The government intends to hold a consultation on tenancy agreement lengths, with the proposal setting out the shortest term being three years with a six-month break clause. As it stands around 80% of tenancies in England and Wales are either six or twelve month assured short hold agreements...
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A “think tank” called The Institute for Public Policy Research has said that Britain needed to “reset” the way it thinks about rising prices to break the “cycle of ever-rising house prices that drives property speculation”, which it argues crowds out investment in the “real economy”....
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Hi, I have a slightly complicated version of the question around terminating a letting agency contact. We were with one letting agent for a number of years. Although there were issues, they found great tenants and we muddled along....

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