12:14 PM, 5th October 2011, About 10 years ago 1
|This week we have added a new video section to our weekly eNewsletters which provides insight into the landlord mind set of our founder Mark Alexander. These videos are free to watch and are typically two to eight minutes in length. Please pose questions and comments for Mark to follow up in future videos and feel free to grab the embed code to use the video’s on your own website or blog.
Featured Property News Articles This Week
|Students Becoming Landlords
With the rising costs of university education some families of students are choosing to help their offspring through University and onto the property ladder.
|Put Down Your Particulars – Don’t Shoot the Messenger! #3
Ben Reeve-Lewis, Tenancy Relation Officer, continues his blog installments.
|What’s Yours is Mine – Don’t Shoot the Messenger #4
The fourth installment from Ben Reeve-Lewis.
|CBI Challenges Government to Kick Start Housing Market
CBI wants the Government to do more to restart the misfiring economy.
|Landlords Not Switched on to Energy Efficiency
A third of landlords are ignoring the green calls.
|Landlords Daily Video Blog Introduction
Rogue Landlords? Pah!!!
Growth of the Private Rented Sector
Time out in the garden to reflect on the week
“Is now a good time to expand my buy to let portfolio?”
Buy to Let Purchasing Tips & Calculators
Tenants From Hell and How To Avoid Them
|Other Property News|
|City Slicker Landlords Cash In
No Job! No Council House…
Spoil-sport Councils Threaten Landlords with Olympic Fines
Council Bids to Bankrupt Landlord Over £25,000 Tax Claim
£1,600 Fine for Landlord Who Ignored Licence Warnings
HMO Landlords Pick up £28,000 Bill for Flouting Fire Safety
House Prices Set to Keep Falling
Is Decorex Losing Its Voice?
Rent Arrear Calls up 84%, Claims Debt Charity
Finance firms named and shamed for poor customer service
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