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TR Group Login Issues *PLEASE READ*

04 October, 20160 Comments
Good morning all, Some users are experiencing issues logging in after some security updates over the weekend. Please clear your recent browser history/cookies and it will reset the login page for you. As always, if anyone experiences any issues please call the team on: 0800 9994 994 or email enquiries@landlordreferencing.co.uk. Got something to say? Please click here to
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Real Time Referencing Service Update

27 September, 20160 Comments
As of today we are decommissioning our unique Tenant Alert service due to system updates. Tenant Alerts were created exclusively at Tenant Referencing UK seven years ago, to warn landlords/agents about tenants who were on the move after leaving their last tenancy with excessive rent arrears and/or damages. Some landlord and agent members were also trying to reference
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70% of landlords prefer good tenants to high rents

12 September, 20161 Comments
We all know that the mainstream media makes it’s money in portraying landlords as greedy investors, who’s number one priority is to take advantage of their tenants at any expense. However a new study shows that buy to let landlords in the UK would rather good tenants than extra cash. Rents on new tenancies may have continued
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I used to get credits for uploading tenants … what’s happened?

20 June, 20160 Comments
Dear Samii Hello, I used to get credits for uploading tenants which don’t seem to happen any more? Samii says Good Morning, Thank you for your email and welcome back to the site.  We used to run a credit based system as you know, where you would receive lifestyle credits for each tenant uploaded. These
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157,000+ landlords and letting agents now protecting one another

08 April, 20161 Comments
As we enter our 7th year in the tenant referencing business we are happy to announce that we now have over 157,000 active Tenant Referencing UK subscribers! With landlords still failing to meet their legal obligations, rising court fees and accelerated possessions at an all-time high this cannot be a coincidence and can only mean that landlords are
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