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Paul Shamplina is one of 11 speakers at the industry’s first totally virtual conference to take place during the crisis, on July 1st. The Virtual Property Exhibition is being organised by high-profile property investment...
TV star, portfolio landlord and author Immanuel Ezekiel tells LandlordZONE how he's been dealing with the effects of the pandemic, and why he's annoyed by the response of some insurance firms to the crisis.
Although landlords may baulk at the cost, Rentd includes all aspects of finding tenants including online marketing, referencing, credit checks, accompanied viewings, rent negotiations and inventories. A virtual letting agency that enables landlords...
Well known lawyer firm picks some significant holes in the government's evictions strategy during the crisis. A leading law firm has examined the Ministry of Housing’s reasons for introducing a blanket three-month ban...
Councils and tourism bosses are contacting short-lets landlords and asking them them stop offering properties to rent in a bid to get the message across that people should not travel over the holiday weekend.
Guidance just out from the Ministry of Housing says councils in particular should take the crisis into account when chasing select licensing fee payments and concentrate on protecting vulnerable tenants. Local councils trying to...
Legal wrangle in court is bad news for two landlords - and many like them - who believe that fines handed down by tribunals are unfairly high given the minor transgressions involved. Landlords hoping...
The tenant fees ban and its five-week cap on deposits does not come in fully for all tenancies until later this year, landlords should note. Government authorised tenancy deposit protection provider mydeposits has reported a...
A new para-legal industry to help tenants chase down errant landlords is gathering pace ahead of the act’s full introduction next month when all tenancies will be covered. Thousands of tenants around the country...
Increasing numbers of landlords are being left out of pocket and facing the wrath of local authorities, building managers and lenders when short-let based guaranteed rent schemes go wrong. An anonymous blogger has...