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The latest news and views from the property market and private rented sector. Mary Latham looks further at the deposit changes, The Property Maverick returns and debate continues about the role social media may inadvertently have for businesses.
The latest articles from guest writers
|The latest articles added by Mary Latham, who has 40 years landlord experience and consults for the NLA and Midlands Landlord Accreditation:|
|Further Warnings to Landlords about Tenants Deposit Protection|
|View all articles by Mary Latham|
|The latest articles added by the Property Maverick, Kelvin Kingsley, UK portfolio landlord and overseas developer:|
|Property Analysis – Part 1 – How it can save you thousands!|
|View all articles by the Property Maverick|
The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team
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|Airline Pilot’s Holiday Let Strategy Takes Off|
|Rip Off Letting Agents Prey on Tenants|
|Getting Letting Agents to Bid for Your Business|
|Below Market Value Agent Advertised Misleading House Prices|
|Cleaning Costs are Adding Up|
The latest Landlord Log’s added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118
|Letting Agent Ripped Apart by Social Media|
|Is the property industry at risk of defamation?|
|View all articles by Mark Alexander|
This week has seen the debate over social media’s role for companies take centre stage. Mark Alexander’s article arguing that it’s too easy for social media to sway public opinion has provoked nearly 100 comments already and the figure is rising.
Mary Latham also sheds some more light on the deposit changes, The Property Maverick returns to offer advice on analysing your portfolio and there’s a feature on BMVwarehouse.
There’s news of one agent in hot water after mis-advertising properties while letting agents come under fire for the fees they charge often late in the deal among other news.
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