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|Catch up on all of this week’s latest property and landlord related news. The second installment from Ben Reeve-Lewis, ‘Don’t shoot the Messenger’looks at HMO management and there’s an introduction to the LandlordSOS event in Keele.|
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|New Tracker Lender for Buy to Let
A new buy to let mortgage lender is about to enter the market with broker-only deals.
|Hands on HMOs – Don’t Shoot the Messenger #2
Second instalment from Ben Reeve-Lewis.
LandlordSOS is a unique, free property event on 29 Sept featuring discussions on raising finance, dealing with the council and being a successful landlord.
|Call for U-turn on Plan to Pay Rents to Tenants
Housing associations unite to try block changes.
|Pet-Loving Tenants Dogged by Ban on Animals
Pets are a casualty of the buy to let boom as tenants are forced to make a choice between keeping their animals or losing their rented homes.
|Tenants Destined for a Life of Rent
Around 85% of first time buyers are worried they will never buy a home.
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Empty Homes Could Empty Your Pockets
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Auction Sales Rise as Housing Market Falters
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