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What is an AST?

05 August, 20160 Comments
Dear Samii What is an AST?… Samii says AST is short for ‘Assured Shorthold Tenancy’, which is the most common form of tenancy in the private rented sector. A tenancy can be an AST if all of the following apply: you’re a private landlord or housing association the tenancy started on or after 15 January
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Jonny Bucknell, councillor, rogue landlords, prosecuted

Tory Landlord prosecuted by his own council

20 January, 20160 Comments
Just a week after MP’s reject legislation to force landlords to ensure rented accommodation are ‘fit for human habitation’  a Tory Councillor has admitted to being a rouge landlord after his own council prosecuted him. Jonny Bucknell, 58, pleaded guilty to failing to carry out necessary improvements on a run-down home he lets following action
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Product update at Landlord Referencing

23 July, 20140 Comments
Tenant referencing: From as little as £7 we give you access to our unique lifestyle references, which includes all the usual tenant referencing protocol making this the easiest, cheapest and most risk free way to avoid bad tenants. This is knows an trading online which is known as forex trading through UK brokers. Landlord insurance:
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Network Referencing highly important as renters set to dominate next generation

18 April, 20140 Comments
New research suggests that the UK is set to become more like Europe in terms of renting a home and that half of the UK’s population will be renting within a generation. Research from lender Halifax shows that one in five of 23 to 27 year olds across the country have no desire to own
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67% of the UK’s private rented stock are up to standard

15 April, 20140 Comments
The Chartered Institute of Housing’s UK Housing Review 2014 has revealed that 33% of the UK’s private rented homes would have failed the Government’s Decent Homes Standard in 2012. 15% of social rented homes also failed to meet the standard in 2012, down from 29% in 2006. Many property news websites have reported on this
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Tenant Referencing 2014 | Landlords who use social referencing avoid £65,000+ debt this week

04 January, 20140 Comments
The first LRS weekly tenant rent default for 2014 currently stands at £45,000+ and property damages at £20,000+ ; equaling a massive £65,000+ of debt avoided by each landlord that regularly references their tenants through LRS. The most important aspect of LandlordReferencing.co.uk is to fully understand the meaning of “Tenant Referencing in Real Time”. Mary
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