13:31 PM, 30th November 2011, About 11 years ago
The latest news and views from the property market and private rented sector. This edition also includes guest articles from Ben Reeve-Lewis, Mary Latham and new guest writer Angus Ryan.
The latest articles from guest writers
|The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:|
|Why are Social Housing Tenants Seen As Second Class Citizens?|
|View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis
|The latest articles added by Mary Latham, who has 40 years landlord experience and consults for the NLA and Midlands Landlord Accreditation:|
|Frivolous it might be but I don’t fall out with my tenants because…..|
|View all articles by Mary Latham|
|The first instalment from our new guest writer Angus Ryan, a landlord for over 18 years, Chartered Management Accountant and former National Landlord Association representative:|
|Avoiding the Void|
The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team
|Tenants at Risk in 1 Million Shoddy Buy to Let Homes|
|HMO Landlords Fined for Flouting Fire Safety Rules|
|House Sales Tumble to a 40 Year Low|
|Landlords are Buy to Let Paupers Despite Record Rents|
The latest Landlord Log’s added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118
|Your Property & Economic Predictions for 2012|
|The property boom of 2012|
|View all articles by Mark Alexander|
We are delighted to announce the return of our Number Crunchers. These calculators have received extremely positive reviews from both landlords and their professional advisors.
They have been offline for a few weeks following our re-launch so we know that plenty of our readers will be pleased to have them back again. They can be found in our Due Diligence area and are completely free to use. You don’t even need to be a member to use them now. Watch out for further additions to our Due Diligence area for additional tools over the coming months.
Also our ‘good tenant month’ campaign has launched. All details can be found on our facebook page along with how telling us about your good tenants could win you a couple of bottles of champagne.
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