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London’s rental sector weathered the storm in 2018

London’s rental sector weathered the storm in 2018

Emma Martin, 16 January 2019

New data from Knight Frank indicates a healthy rental market in prime central London

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Only 2% of tenants are aware of their rights when it comes to tenancy deposit law

Only 2% of tenants are aware of their rights when it comes to tenancy deposit law

Emma Martin, 09 January 2019

New data reveals a lack of knowledge surrounding current deposit protection laws

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Are you ready for new legislation in 2019?

Are you ready for new legislation in 2019?

Alex Timperley, 03 January 2019

It is important to be up to date with current legislation in the rental sector - are you aware of the latest regulations?

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New bill set to protect tenants from uninhabitable homes

New bill set to protect tenants from uninhabitable homes

Emma Martin, 18 December 2018

A new bill is set to pass through Parliament which will give tenants greater rights when it comes to hazardous homes

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Tenancy deposit cap reduced to five weeks

Tenancy deposit cap reduced to five weeks

Alex Timperley, 12 December 2018

The tenancy deposit cap has been reduced to five weeks rent

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Will rent reductions last?

Will rent reductions last?

Alex Timperley, 04 December 2018

Will a current trend of rent reductions last into the future?

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What benefits will a new Housing Court bring?

What benefits will a new Housing Court bring?

Alex Timperley, 14 November 2018

The government has proposed a new Housing Court to streamline dispute resolution in the rental sector - what benefits will it bring?

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Are you energy efficient enough?

Are you energy efficient enough?

Will Leyland, 07 November 2018

Energy efficiency standards are improving and landlords need to be aware of their responsibilities

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Is over-tourism affecting rents in the UK?

Is over-tourism affecting rents in the UK?

Emma Martin, 01 November 2018

The rise of short holiday lets seems to be affecting rents in the UK

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Are banks discriminating?

Are banks discriminating?

Will Leyland, 23 October 2018

A recent investigation shows that major UK banks may be discriminating against housing benefit claimants

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