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UK property rent attitudes changing

Published on 27/01/2011 By Tomas

Published by Property Wire on Monday, 24 January 2011   Attitude to renting property in the UK is changing as fewer people are able to buy and are forced into becoming reluctant tenants, research suggests. In the latest fourth quarter survey from the Association of Residential Letting Agents, some 71% of landlords asked said they […]

Mixed outlook for main UK real estate sectors

Published on 28/11/2010 By Tomas

Published by Property Wire on Friday, 26 November 2010   UK real estate sectors face a mixed outlook going into the New Year as overall the pace of economic recovery slows down in 2011, according to property consultants. Few office schemes are expected to get off the ground in 2011 although investors are actively seeking […]

Quality matters as the UK property market slows

Published on 17/11/2010 By Tomas

Published by Property Wire on Tuesday, 16 November 2010   As the UK residential real estate market begins to slow down the value gap between the best properties on the market and the rest is widening, according to a new analysis. Best in class properties have fallen an average of just 1.4% over the past […]

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 […]