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Latest Landlord News websites and organisations list

List of landlord websites for landlords and letting agents in the UK that cover England, Wales, and Scotland. These websites offer services and products to landlords and letting agents to some extent, some like Rightmove offer limited services as property search portals. However, others like the British Landlords Association have landlord forum and an online newspaper that delivers the latest landlord news. Latest landlord news is important for professional landlords that can be accessed online when you need it. Latest landlord news websites like the BLA, landlord today and property reporter offer update dates latest landlord news. These online resources publish the latest landlord news that is all property related residential and commercial. The British landlord’s association is the only association that publish a daily online paper 7 days a week. News around the world, national and local news. The websites make their money by selling advertising space on there websites, that is their main revenue stream. You can advertise any property related product or services. They also allow gust posting at a fee, provided it is relevant for their niche. Due to covid-19 we have like many other countries a steady stream of new legislation to deal with COVID-19 […] read more
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How to deal with a tenant deposit dispute

Tenant Deposit dispute & deposit deducts: Introduction Tenant Deposit dispute & deposit deducts: Introduction After the tenant has successfully paid the deposit, the landlord needs to protect the deposit in a government-backed tenant deposit protection scheme. Even if the tenant has paid part of the deposit and not paid the remainder promised deposit you must protect within 30 days what you have received. Many landlords make the mistake: Waiting for the remainder of the deposit and wrongly assume the 30 days start from the time they have received all of the deposit. The landlord to help the tenant has agreed for the tenant to pay the full deposit over a few months. And wrongly assumed they did not have to protect the deposit they had received. It is best not to agree for the deposit to be paid over a few months. It causes a headache and problems further down the line. The landlord has 30 days to protect the deposit and give the tenant: The deposit prescribed information The Deposit Certificate By not giving the tenant the above 2 documents will mean you will not be able to serve a section 21 notice on the tenant. The strict sanctions over the […] read more
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