Surely I am not the only landlord worried about new EPC requirements?9:44 AM, 17th February 2021
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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 the return of Landlord Action’s Paul Shamplina.
The latest articles from guest writers
|The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:|
|Landlords Working Guide|
|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:|
|The Devil is in the detail – Deposit Protection Changes|
|View all articles by Mary Latham|
|The latest articles by Paul Shamplina, the founder of Landlord Action, a specialist in tenant eviction and debt recovery.|
|Be Wary and Be Vigilant|
|View all articles by Paul Shamplina|
The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team
|1 in 7 Homes a Buy to Let … and the Number’s Growing|
|Judge Strips HMO Landlord of £112,500 Illegal Rents|
|NPG offer money back deal|
|Unwrap a £150 Christmas Gift from the Tax Man|
|New App to Help Contents Claims|
|Islamic Bank Offers Buy to Let Loans for First Time|
|Eyesore Extensions Must Go, Planners Tell Landlords|
|Drug Dealing Landlord is Worth Just £266|
The latest Landlord Log’s added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118
|Old Bob’s Funeral – I just had to share this|
|View all articles by Mark Alexander|
This week’s article by Mary Latham highlights a fundamental change to deposit protection rules which seems to have been overlooked by the industry. However, as Mary’s title suggests “the devil in the detail”.
Debate has been raging across the website over the past week. Ben Reeve Lewis’ take on the reputation of social housing is nearing 50 comments now and somehow in between replying to comments and debate he’s had the time to put together another article.
The EU Trying to Kill Buy to Let story is still splitting opinion, the petition has cleared 2,000 signatures and it has racked up 66+ comments on out article.
Our Good Tenant Month competition has had a few backers too, and we’ve received the first few stories.
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