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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
Speaking today at his campaign launch ahead of the election on May 7th, Khan said a victory would give him an ‘irresistible’ mandate to introduce rent controls. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched...
Organiser tells LandlordZONE that it sympathises with protestors but says its courses promote professionalism and the provision of quality properties. Scottish protestors have picketed and shut down a property investment seminar run by...
Extension of grace period to April 1st 2021 was voted through in parliament last night but Labour says this means landlord are at risk for longer. The new housing minister Chris Pincher has been criticised...
Company had been trying to find new investors after burning through £30 million but landlords have been reassured that bookings will go ahead. Airbnb bookings management service Hostmaker.com has ceased trading after failing to...
Undercover reporters from The Times have highlighted the numerous illegal requests for sex in lieu of rent on listings website Craigslist. Landlords are continuing to advertise rooms in exchange for sex on classified website Craigslist...
The government has asked landlords to help it regulate the private rental market and yet when things do go wrong, landlords can feel as if they’ve been left to the sharks, one woman claims.
‘Rogue landlords’ fails to do justice to range of offences committed by Kent man Stratos Efstratiou, who is to spend up to two years behind bars. A rogue landlord who pocketed more than...
Research published today claims wages are rising faster than rents and that average rental deposits has only increased by 5%. The cost of renting has increased at a slower rate than the average...
Landlords now face having to draw up a lengthy list of 'specified information' for prospective tenants before they can legitimately ask them for a holding deposit.
Housing charity Shelter has helped two tenants on benefits win out-of-court settlements after they were denied accommodation by a letting agent. Shelter is warning landlords who insist on ‘No DSS’ conditions within property adverts...