Well, it’s almost here. Four years after England crashed out of the last competition without a win we’re ready to put ourselves through it again.
Well it won’t come as much surprise but they’ve gone up. A lot.
A bid will be made this week for a legal review of a centre piece of the Government’s immigration policy.
Well over half of people wrongly assume that millennials are useless when it comes to carrying out practical jobs around the home, according to new research by the Federation of Master Builders.
Regardless of the business you’re in, be it a company you run or a property portfolio, at some point you’re going to want to start thinking about an exit strategy.
Hostile Environment. It is the catchphrase of a government that seems intent on wrecking the entire nation’s sense of security, including that of the unhoused, the improperly housed and the already housed.
The cost burden to the Private Rented Sector in Nottingham will be significant as landlords and agents will not be able to absorb all the costs associated with these schemes as part of the cost of running their business. Regrettably, landlords will be left with little choice other than to impose above inflationary rent increases […]
There’s been plenty of talk surrounding the regulation of lettings agents since chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement back in 2016 and now that regulation is set to become a reality.
With just days to go until the new EPC rating legislation comes into effect, it’s worrying to see how many landlords are still unaware of what this involves and the consequences it may cause.
Selective Licensing was introduced as part of the Housing Act 2004 and allows Local Housing Authorities to make designations based on factors such as low housing demand, high levels of anti-social behaviour, or landlords failing to take action to combat problems within the house they let. A designation can be made for a maximum of […]