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BREAKING: MPs join chorus calling on Ministers to help tenants pay...

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MPs have added their voices to a growing chorus calling for urgent action by the government on the looming tenant rent arrears...

Welsh government must ‘get a grip’ on rent arrears crisis, warns...

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NRLA chief Ben Beadle has called on the Welsh government (main pic) to ‘get a grip’ on the rent arrears crisis threatening...

Hear about what ANOTHER six-week bailiff evictions ban means for landlords

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REGISTER FREE HERE On Tuesday 23 February, PRS Mediation and Landlord Action will run ‘Rent Arrears, Courts and...

Leading foundation calls for government to solve England’s £375m rent arrears...

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An independent think-tank has backed calls for the government to introduce tenant hardship loans for renters impacted by the pandemic, revealing that...

Landlord in ‘legal first’ crown court appearance over rent arrears...

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A landlord has appeared in crown court to confess to harassing his tenant in what is thought to be a legal first.

Using the Small Claims Court

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As restrictions are lifted and government financial assistance, whether to individuals or firms, is removed, there’s no doubt that debts will increase, and there...

Give landlords interest-free rent arrears loans, letting agents tell Chancellor

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Letting agents are the latest group to call for English landlords to be given direct financial help as the repercussions of the...

The looming David and Goliath battles of commercial rent arrears

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In a world where significant constraints are being placed on a landlords' ability to recover outstanding rents, many suspect that some commercial...

Six ways an agent can help landlords during lockdown….

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Saving you money!We may be in lockdown again, but the good news is that the Government is allowing the property market...

Minister says ‘substantial rent arrears’ evictions rule will stay at six...

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Housing minister Christopher Pincher has confirmed that the government won’t amend the definition of ‘substantial arrears’ back to nine months.