Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 112

by Property 118

17:00 PM, 27th April 2012
About 8 years ago

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 112

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Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 112
This week’s edition features Ben Reeve-Lewis at the Property Investors Show, a challenge from Mark to Tony Robbins, Vanessa Warwick tackles tenant referencing and Neil looks at some completed finance deals. There’s plenty in the news too with regulation, Newham

Featured Articles

The latest articles from Mark Alexander, Property118 founder:
Open Letter to Tony Robbins – My Million Dollar Challenge
View all articles by Mark Alexander
The latest articles by Vanessa Warwick, professional landlord, consultant, speaker and co-founder of Property Tribes:
Never mind “The Mouse That Roared” … how about “The tenant that mooooo’d!!”?
View all articles by Vanessa Warwick
The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:
Ben Reeve Lewis at 2012 The Property Investor Show
View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis
The latest articles added by Neil Patterson, partner of Property118 responsible for operational management:
Banks not renewing commercial loans
View all articles by Neil Patterson


The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team

Landlords are the wrong target for buy to let regulation
Landlords drop housing benefit tenants as cuts bite
Is your name listed in the fraudster’s phone book?
Newham council wants to traffic tenants out of London
Pointless property spending ruined the UK economy
Buy to let regulation vote delayed again by Eurocrats
Luxury home sales hit new high as rest of market falters
88% of young adults can’t afford to buy a home
Corporates sink millions into student letting
Property hijacks prompt fraud alert from the FSA

Internet Defamation and Online Reputation

We have carried a number of articles in the past regarding online defamation and last months libel award for £90,000 for a defamatory tweet which was deleted just three hours after posting has certainly focussed a lot of minds. Leathes Prior Solicitors have a strong pedigree in litigating against defamation and have launched this service which is likely to be very popular with anybody who feels that something posted on the internet is damaging their reputation. Read more



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