16:04 PM, 7th December 2011, About 11 years ago
The latest news and views from the property market and private rented sector, including reaction to the Channel Four Property Scandal programmes. This edition also includes guest articles from Ben Reeve-Lewis, Julie Ford, Frazer Fearnhead and the funny-as-ever HMO Landlady.
The latest articles from guest writers
|The latest articles added by Julie Ford, who runs the Hemel Landlord & Property Network:|
|The Great British Property Scandal|
|View all articles by Julie Ford.|
|The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:|
|Landlords from Hell 2 – a personal musing|
|View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis
|The latest articles added by HMO Landlady, full time mother and landlady to 15 tenants across three HMO houses:|
|The Pointless Housing Benefit Helpline|
|View all articles by HMO Landlady|
|The latest articles from Frazer Fearnhead, founding director of the Video Inventory Agency:|
|Warning: Upsetting Footage For Landlords|
|View all articles by Frazer|
The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team
|Landlords Urged to Sign up for Tenant Property Passport|
|Britain in Denial Over Possibility of Falling House Prices|
|DPS Smoothing the Return of Deposits|
|Possession Increasingly Obtained Without Money Orders|
|Period Homes Give Investors the Best Returns|
|Hush-hush Chancellor Quietly Puts up CGT and IHT|
|House prices in Scotland Unmoved|
This week has seen The Great British Property Scandal on Channel Four all week, and our columnists have been giving us their reaction.
Ben Reeve-Lewis had a hand in some of the research and he has had his say on the results with his article Landlords from Hell 2 – a Personal Musing. Julie Ford also discussed the programme offering her views on the so-called solutions and which ones stand a chance of working. Plus there’s Scottish house price news, possible changes to IHT and CGT and other property news.
We’re still looking for your stories of good tenants and there’s a chance to win champagne too, just email us your story and we’ll be picking the best for the bubbly. We’ve already had a few stories sent in so check the competition and get in touch.