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LRS shortlisted for 2 Private Rented Sector Awards

22 November, 20130 Comments
LandlordReferencing.co.uk has been shortlisted for two private rented sector Awards. National tenant referencing website Landlord Referencing Services LLP has been shortlisted as a finalist for 2013/14 in the Public Service/Not for Profit & Innovation categories of the prestigious Landlord & Letting Awards. Oliver Romain, editor of Landlord & Buy-to-Let magazine and lead judge for the
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Social Referencing protects victims of anti-social behaviour

20 November, 20130 Comments
The Chartered Institute of Housing have recently warned that proposed amendments to The Anti-social Behaviour Crime & Policing Bill could have catastrophic results for the victims – however Landlord Referencing Services can counteract this through the power of social referencing. The year ending December 2012 saw over 2.3 million incidents of anti-social behaviour recorded by
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Don’t name your tenants online – Join LRS instead

12 November, 20130 Comments
The Information Commissioners Office states that landlords cannot publicly display their tenants rent arrears, so what can a landlord do to warn others about their tenants previous rental history without breaking the law? A landlord recently joined LRS and posted his own “Tenant Reviews” (from his own website) within our community forum.  These did not
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Introduce friends to LRS and earn “£5” for each one that joins

11 October, 20130 Comments
At landlordreferencing.co.uk we strive to make sure we get our systems right and we have recently received a complaint that some members who have a limited amount of properties will get caught out on not being able to upload many tenants, which will end up costing them a fiver a time to Lifestyle Reference their
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How much is a bad tenant worth to you ?

09 October, 20130 Comments
With the ever increasing immigration burden on public services and the Government pressing to make sure landlords do not harbour illegal immigrants the only way landlords can do this is to request a national insurance number; as it is the best way of making sure that the applicant tenant has the right to reside in
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