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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced that no legislation will be introduced requiring property owners to make energy efficiency improvements, but extra money will be available to those who want to replace their gas boiler with a heat pump.  ... read more »
 
 
Assured Tenancies Tenancies granted between 15 January 1989 and 27 January 1997, were treated as assured tenancies. If the landlord wanted to create an assured shorthold tenancy, then they simply needed to serve the tenant a section 20 notice. By se... read more »
 
 
Propertymark has set out a five point plan to improve the status and usefulness of the Energy Performance Certificate and to get the issue of energy efficiency taken more seriously in the rental sector.   Avoid a ‘one size fits all&rsquo... read more »
 
 
Landlords could have asked for more in nearly 30% of rent increase cases, according to research into English First-Tier Tribunal decisions in the second quarter of 2023   With the cost-of-living squeezing finances for everyone, there is an eve... read more »
 
 
A robust tenancy agreement is the cornerstone of a successful tenancy. It protects both the landlord and the tenant, so although it is not a legal requirement, everyone benefits from having one in place. What is a tenancy agreement? A tenancy a... read more »
 
 
HMOs in the UK: A Warm Introduction to Landlord Responsibilities   In the United Kingdom, there is an estimated number of approximately half a million "HMOs" (houses in multiple occupation). An HMO is defined as a rented property where at leas... read more »
 
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