Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 97

by News Team

14:19 PM, 22nd February 2012
About 9 years ago

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 97

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Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 97

With new legislation being introduced over the next few weeks we felt it was important to feature related articles in this edition to assist our landlord readers with the coming changes. Additionally, Mark Alexander shares an onion based  refurb tip and adds an amusing video link to his Landlord’s Log.

Featured articles
  Property people get ready for new EPC rules
Landlords and letting agents must comply with a streamlined energy performance certificate scheme from April.
  Get ready for new deposit protection rules
Tough deposit protection rules start soon closing loopholes that let landlords escape fines.
For a more in depth look in to the tenancy deposit scheme changes please read Mary Latham’s article published back in December 2011, The Devil is  in the Detail.

The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team
Tenants call for tougher action against criminal landlords
HMRC fines late filing taxpayers £85 million

The latest articles and Landlord’s Logs added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118

Landlords Refurb Tips – Know Your Onions
Landlords using children to pressurise tenants to pay up
View all articles by Mark Alexander


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