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Woman denies trying to kill her landlord

06 Dec 2019 A woman in Cutteslowe, north Oxford, has pleaded not guilty to one count of attempted murder against her landlord according to an article in Landlord Today. A jury at Oxford Crown Court heard that Stacey Bilverstone stabbed her landlord, Andrew Davis, in...

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What are renters really looking for?

05 Sep 2019 Whether you are about to acquire a new property or preparing to re-let an existing home, it is helpful to know what tenants are looking for when searching for a new house or flat. Different tenants understandably have different needs, but fresh research by...

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Grand industry coalition to retain Section 21

04 Jun 2019 The Association of Residential Letting Agents is one of many industry groups in a new coalition calling for S21 repossessions to be retained until an adequate alternative is in place. The new Fair Possessions Coalition has been created from local and...

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Important Changes in Law this week

1 June 2019 Landlords and Letting Agents – Helpful and Statutory Duty Information 3 Things to Consider: How to Rent Documentation Changed in England yesterday Tenant Fee BanEviction Notice (Section 21) for Assured Shorthold Tenancies – Prescribed Form 6A How to Rent...

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Landlords are dangerous at DIY says NHS

30 May 2019 Demand for good quality rental homes continues to grow, but with the latest figures from NHS Digital revealing that there were 62,895 hospital admissions in 2017-18 related to DIY accidents such as falling from ladders, contact with non-powered hand tools...

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New Team Ready to Police Letting Agent Fee Ban

30 April 2019 A new property agent task force will crack down on letting agents flouting the upcoming ban on charging tenants fees to rent their homes. The new National Trading Standards scheme will monitor letting and estate agents to make sure they comply with new...

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Landlords See Another Disappointing Rise in Rents

23 April 2019 Private tenants have seen their rents go up by just 1.2% in the past year, according to the latest official data. That equates to landlords taking an extra £6 on rent of £500 a month, says the Office for National Statistics. The increase is just 0.1%...

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