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LandlordZONE Update

What a lot has changed since I last wrote an editorial for what is likely to be our last LandlordZONE® Newsletter in its current format. From July 2017 we will be sending this Update out on a weekly basis, bringing...
Fire safety measures are an important consideration for those in charge of social or rented housing. There are strict guidelines that should be adhered to, dependent on the type of accommodation, and tenants and landlords should be equally aware...
If you are involved in the property business, you’ll be aware of the new buy-to-let measures that have plagued the market over the past year. But are you acquainted with the imminent landlord law changes that will affect buy to...
The UK has just announced its tenth housing minister in ten years, whilst the last one is being questioned about fire safety recommendations from 2013 in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in London. Former housing minister, Gavin Barwell,...
If you’ve recently invested in a property and becoming a landlord, there’s a good chance you’ll eventually cross paths with some hazardous materials on the property. Asbestos, radon, and lead all are hazardous to one’s health and are common...
The experts at Belvoir reveal five essential plans you need to be a successful landlord and how to prepare them... WHAT: Plan 1. Marketing WHY: A clear and concise marketing plan allows you to position your property correctly in order to...
When looking to buy a property with the intention of renting it out, there are numerous considerations to take into account before deciding on your potential investment. Price, location and size are undoubtedly going to be at the top of...
As a property owner and a landlord, the value of your property is of utmost importance. It determines the potential resale price of the home, and how much you’ll be able to fairly make on rental returns. Understanding the difference...
James Sibbald, currently studying for a masters’ in real estate management and investment at Napier University and as part of his studies he is carrying out a survey of UK landlords on the impact of government legislation on buy-to-let...

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At commercial property rent review, the dispute resolution procedure is either to an arbitrator or independent expert.  Sometimes the lease provides for the parties to agree between themselves a suitable person to act but if not or in default...