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Nigel Lewis

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
The world of property investment companies has been muddied once more after the Insolvency Service today announced that two have been wound up, along with an associated company. These are Rationale Asset Management PLC,...
A landlord couple with properties in London and Southampton have told LandlordZONE how they recently side-stepped the evictions process to eject a rogue resident, but call on the government to do more to help landlords like them...
The government has been warned that its plans to improve energy efficiency within English and Welsh privately rented homes are unrealistic as it seeks to enforce a ‘one size fits all’ policy. It plans...
A rogue landlord who let out a former bank vault as an illegal and dangerous flat has been fined and banned for failing to apply for a license and breaking a council prohibition order.
A group of landlords have teamed up with South Yorkshire Police to stamp out cannabis houses in rented homes by ramping up property checks, following the lead of several other police forces including recent initiatives in Leicester.
Homeless people in Worthing have joined dog training sessions to show landlords that they’re responsible owners, with a national roll-out planned by the charity involved. The innovative pilot scheme, organised by Adur & Worthing...
Landlords face more eviction hurdles after May 4th when a government scheme to protect people who have 'problem debt' comes into force. As the NRLA highlighted earlier this week, although the scheme was meant...
Many buy-to-let investors could now be owed million of pounds collectively by HMRC after its tax guidance on paying the additional 3% second homes stamp duty following the amendment of its official online guidance.
Tenants are increasingly looking for homes they can move into at the end of the year rather than next month, as many delay moving during the pandemic, according to Barrows and Forrester. The Birmingham-based...
The proportion of landlords not prepared to do face-to-face viewings with tenants has increased from 43% at the start of the second lockdown to 63.1% now, our latest poll of over 1,800 landlords has revealed.