Landlords with properties in England will need to conduct an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) in order to let their English properties from 1st July 2020. The requirement will extend to all tenancies in England from 1st April 2021.Continue reading “New EICR Rules: Electrical Checks Become Mandatory for Rented Property from 1st July 2020”
Any activities related to the sale or letting of property in England will be allowed from Wednesday, 13th May, as long as other coronavirus guidance is followed. To help all parties remain safe, the Government is asking landlords to perform as much of the lettings process online as possible.Continue reading “Lockdown Lifted for Lettings Industry”
Some significant events are coming down the tracks for landlords in 2020. We’ve pulled together the key dates to remember and the important new rules to know about.
We know that you will be considering how the plans of each party will affect you as a landlord at this general election.
To help you quickly get a grasp on the main positions of each party, we have written a summary of what the three large national parties (the Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats) are promising in their manifestos.Continue reading “Landlord Guide to the UK General Election 2019”
Next week could be scary for landlords!
No, we don’t mean Halloween… It’s time for the Budget, and landlords are worried they’re going to see more regulation.
More on that below, but first your monthly landlord update. Continue reading “Essential Landlord Update: October 2018”
Welcome to the first in a new series of monthly updates, bringing landlords essential property stories and updates on regulations each month.
Simply read the Essential Landlord Update once a month, and sleep easy knowing you’ll be up to date with the fast-changing world of UK property! Continue reading “Essential Landlord Update: September 2018”