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Landlords Petition Downing Street Over “Unscrupulous Tenents”

Published on 10/11/2010 By Tomas

Published by Residential Landlord Association on Monday, November 8th, 2010   The Residential Landlords Association is adding the voice of its member landlords from the private rented sector to a major Downing Street petition next week. Their target is the country’s “unscrupulous tenants” who use the law to live rent free while hiding behind a […]

Homebuying: A contract to keep the gazumpers from your door

Published on 29/09/2010 By Tomas

Published by Guardian Esther Shaw and Jill Insley; Sunday 26 September 2010   A housing forum aims to do more to empower buyers, but are the upfront costs any guarantee of success? Homebuyers and sellers could have access to a new contract which reduces the risk of a sale failing as early as next year, […]

High Rent Residential Tenancies – Landlords Beware

Published on 10/08/2010 By Tomas

Source: Grant Saw Solicitors … The new law, the Assured Tenancies (Amendment) (England) Order 2010 which comes into force on 1 October 2010 is retrospective in that on that day any tenancy whose rent is more than £25,000.00 and less than £100,000.00 will be converted from an unregulated tenancy to an AST. Landlords who have […]

New FSA Rules

Published on 28/06/2010 By Tomas

“New protection for struggling homeowners” Source – Moneyfacts.co.uk New rules are to be introduced which will ensure there are proper protections in place for vulnerable homeowners in arrears on theirmortgages or people entering sale and rent back agreements. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has said customers in arrears must be treated fairly by firms and […]