We are thrilled to receive our awards from the Prestige Awards and attend the awards ceremony at the amazing Hazlewood castle and Spa in Leeds. It was a beautiful day and we met some wonderful people (2 meters apart of course).   We would lik... read more �
The property industry was left disappointed yesterday after a hoped-for extension to the current stamp duty holiday deadline failed to materialise in the chancellor’s spending review. Estate agents, surveyors and solicitors were among those ... read more �
Sunak cuts housing support   Landlords have criticised the Chancellor for cutting the amount tenants relying on benefits will be able to claim to pay their rent. According to a report by the Office for Budget Responsibility published ... read more �
As the second coronavirus lockdown ends business is well and truly booming.   Properties are flying off the shelves with many tenants left disappointed and wanting their forever home. We simply cannot get enough houses on the market to meet ou... read more �
Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates will be refrozen from April despite a predicted increase in unemployment to 2.6 million next year. A report by spending watchdog the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), issued as part of spending review docu... read more �
The housing market across the East Midlands has been busier than ever since it reopened, according to Savills. This was the message from the firm, which presented analysis of the market to more than 70 local buyers and sellers at a recent virtual Ho... read more �
Properties are more likely to find a buyer if the initial asking price hasn’t been altered, Rightmove claims. The portal tracked more than 300,000 homes that were first put up for sale between May 13 and July 31 and found that sellers are twic... read more �
NRLA policy director Chris Norris explains the changes to Civil Procedure rules announced by Government today – and what they mean for landlords. Friday night in 2020 just wouldn’t feel right without another instalment in the saga that i... read more �
Labour wants the eviction ban extended and new figures from the ONS show rents across the UK were up by 1.4% to July this year. Labour wants eviction ban extended The Shadow Housing Secretary, Thangam Debbonaire MP, has written ... read more �
Landlords are being reminded they should not have blanket policies that discriminate against benefits claimants. This comes following a court case in York, regarding a letting agent which refused to rent any properties to a single mother due to a &l... read more �
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