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What is thought to be the first official rent strike within the student private rental market since the Coronavirus crisis began has been announced at two large properties in the centre of Preston.
The landlord, which manages residential and commercial properties in Cheshire, has donated £30,000 to help two local charities including a local Coronavirus response fund. North West landlord Monckton Properties is making a big...
Local council says its third scheme will improve residents' lives but half of local landlords oppose it and the NRLA is critical of claimed benefits. Scarborough is set to give another licensing scheme...
The lockdown is creating problems even at the top of the rental market, one agency tells LandlordZONE, as it works with landlords to help their struggling tenants. Generous landlords are helping struggling tenants, even...
Benefits boss Neil Couling says his civil servants have handled huge increase in claims, but leading expert says it's been less of a humdinger for tenants and landlords. More Universal Credit payments are being...
As the nation claps its NHS and other front line heroes, LandlordZONE highlights the landlords who are going the extra mile for their tenants during this challenging time for everyone involved in the private rental market.
South East London landlord Terry Reeves has been considering how to reorganise his portfolio after the government announced its plans to get rid of Section 21 'no fault' evictions. Here's what's he's planning to do.
The extraordinary clip, which was filmed two years ago by Leeds and shows how aggressive he can get during events, was later taken down but has now re-emerged on YouTube. A video has...
As the nation claps its NHS and other front line heroes, LandlordZONE highlights the landlords who are going the extra mile for their tenants during this challenging time for everyone involved in the private rental market.
Claim is made by boss of Liverpool property management firm who says 'tidal wave' of non-payment has so far failed to materialise during pandemic, but he warns this month's pay day will be next big test.