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LANDLORD ordered to pay £60,000 in fines

An Accrington landlord has been ordered to pay nearly £60,000 in fines and costs after he ignored repeated warnings about arranging an annual gas safety check at a house in the town. Tariq Ali was given numerous opportunities by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to arrange an inspection for a property on Persia Street after the previous gas safety […]

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Students and Private Halls

It has become a trend for students to live in shared accommodation after finishing their first year in university. As such, livings on private halls are becoming ever so popular as an alternative often due to additional facilities offered as part of the rental agreement.   Private halls are built purposely fitted with the latest appliances and amenities and can […]

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Presentation is KEY to achieving ‘best’ price for your home.

'If you want to achieve the best price for your property then the way you present your home is key':

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Attention ‘INVESTORS’! Plans for new city centre development.

Attention 'INVESTORS!' Coventry City Centre 'Bishopsgate Development, plans unveiled. Click here;

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2 Properties SOLD this week!

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Landlord forced to hand property to council

Plymouth City Council issued an Interim Management Order after a fire in the house, in the Stoke area of the city, revealed that eight tenants lived there but there was no licence for the property to serve as a House in Multiple Occupation. There were also insufficient fire precautions, elements of the property in poor condition and no hot water […]

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The recent Government announcement that it has set aside £3 million to tackle rogue landlords who place tenants in overcrowded or poorly maintained accommodation is an indication of the serious nature of the growing problem in the private rented sector, says The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC). Poor living conditions has a major impact on tenants and on the […]

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LANDLORDS minimise your TAX BILL!

Whether you are a landlord with a single property or an established one with a portfolio, either way you will benefit from knowing how you may minimise your tax bill by claiming allowable expenses. What expenses can you claim against your property income? Expenses fall into two categories: 1) Revenue – these expenses can be deducted from your rental income […]

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LANDLORDS! Importance of having an INVENTORY

INVENTORIES The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) warns landlords that they are exposing themselves to a greater risk of deposit disputes if they compose their own inventories.  This is supported by recent research which reveals that half of landlords have experienced a dispute over the return of the deposit when their tenant comes to vacate, with 88 per cent […]

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‘Small local agents out-gunning the big boys’ by Stacks

Article of Friday 22nd February 2013 in 'Estate Agent Today' "Small local agents out-gunning the big boys, says Stacks" Property search company Stacks has noted the rise of the smaller estate agent as a marked trend.  The firm says that even wealthy buyers are no longer dazzled by the top-end names – and that smaller, local ones are doing […]

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