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Nigel Lewis

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Nigel Lewis is a property writer and editor with a 27-year track record working for national newspapers, magazines, websites and also leading content media agencies and portals. nigellewis67@gmail.com
Courts are set to buckle under the pressure once the eviction ban restrictions end, with most cases entering the system now not likely to be completed until well into 2022, a report has warned.
Long-term arrears and loss of credit-worthiness among tenants and loss of income and confidence among landlords will continue to scar the private rented sector until 2023, warns a new landmark report. ‘Homelessness and rough...
The trust set up in the memory of Danny Butcher, the former army reservist who took his own life after getting into debt after attending a Samuel Leeds ‘financial freedom’ course, has donated its first funds to...
Accountant trade body ICAEW has flagged up two major problems with Capital Gains Tax (CGT) payments that could prove challenging for landlords disposing of properties. The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales...
Tenants have been warned they need to continue paying rent and bills while taking part in the new Breathing Space scheme – or their debt advisor can cancel it. Although interest and fees are...
The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has been criticised once again for the way it pays Universal Credit (UC) direct to tenants and in arrears, causing problems for landlords. Property industry trade association...
Alteration made by the government to a key form that landlords use to evict tenants are inaccurate and ‘do not comply with the law’ a leading legal expert has claimed. On Friday LandlordZONE reported...
A key evictions window for landlords has been closed by the government as part of its plans to clear the possession hearings backlog. Until before Friday 30th April at 4pm landlords and their solicitors...
Celebrity renter and Strictly professional dancer Neil Jones has been using his London rental pad to encourage people to ‘Keep dancing’. Jones posted a video filmed at built-to-rent development Quintain Living in Wembley Park...
Average house prices have hit a new record high of £238,831, up £15,916 over the past 12 months, says Nationwide. It reports that annual house price growth rebounded to 7.1% in April from 5.7%...