Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 114

by Property118.com News Team

23:31 PM, 11th May 2012
About 9 years ago

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 114

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Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 114
This week’s edition features Julie Ford looking at the rise of virgin landlords and Ben Reeve-Lewis delves deeper into his Tenancy Relations Officer role. There is also news of buy to let mortgage changes, an update on the government and insurance companies stand off and a round up of landlords in court.

Featured Articles

The latest articles added by Neil Patterson, partner of Property118 responsible for operational management:
Buy to Let market update
Buy to Let warning over leased solar panels
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The latest articles from Mark Alexander, Property118 founder:
Property Values vs Interest Rates
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Jim Bauld is a leading housing lawyer in Scotland working at TC Young and specialising in housing advice for Private Sector Landlords and Registered Social Landlords.
Impact of Human Rights on Evictions
View all articles by Jim bauld
The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:
Jugaad
View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis
The latest articles added by the Property Maverick, Kelvin Kingsley, UK portfolio landlord and overseas developer:
Get into High Gear with Gearing
View all articles by the Property Maverick


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

Confidence in housing market is falling, say estate agents
£85,000 ‘missing’ as letting agent traded fraudulently
Tenants quiz landlords over permission to let
Property business pre-nups can stop family feuds
Crystal Mortgages Reduce Three Month Bridging Loan Rate
‘Buoyant’ buy to let lending sinks by 5%, lenders report
1 in 5 Mortgage Applications are for Buy to Let
Buy to Let Arrangement Fees Reduced by Godiva and Platform
SAFEagent Launches Second Awareness Week
Paris Overtakes London for Rents
Landlord repairs targeted in health and safety crackdown
Landlords ask courts to evict 65 tenants every day

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22:18 PM, 13th May 2012
About 9 years ago

Nice blog post. Greenlet


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