The Tenant Fees Act (TFA) restricts fees charged by agents and landlords to tenants. This is the second part of a series of posts on the Act, focusing on optional fees and the issue of default.
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An Advertising Standards Authority decision from late last year emphasises the importance of advertising guaranteed rent and right to rent arrangements correctly.
The government has announced this morning that it will be having a consultation on ending section 21 notices in Assured Shorthold Tenancies in England.
What does the High Court Decision that Right to Rent checks are in breach of the Human Rights Act mean for you?
A reminder from West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue about your legal obligations.
Landlords are required to register as data controllers and pay an annual fee, but is there a way out?
The title says it all. From that date you cannot charge tenants a fee except in very limited circumstances.
I attended a conference last week where more details were confirmed, none good for landlords!
New rules apply to service a Section 21 notice on your tenant after October 2018
Keeping you abreast of HM Gov's growing list of changes.
Landlords need to start preparing for the tenant fee ban now. Here's a brief overview of the key points.
You can't let your property after 1st April 2018 if it has an energy performance rating below 'E'.
A Zero Deposit Guarantee can replace a traditional tenancy deposit, giving landlords the same cover and protection as having a tenancy deposit in the bank, whilst making renting more affordable for tenants.
Where do you and your tenants stand in the event of a fire or flood? This article explains.