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A big THANK YOU …

12 May, 20170 Comments
As we enter our 8th year in business, we just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has been joining, referencing, letting their property, obtaining rent guarantee insurance, posting in the forums and generally spreading the word about our proactive website. Because of YOU TenantReferencingUK.com’s website traffic Alexa.com now ranks higher than
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More South West Landlords recognising the value of accreditation

21 February, 20170 Comments
Over the last 5 months 41 landlords have completed a vigorous training and accreditation scheme in North Somerset, which they believe will protect good tenants and enable their local authority to effectively target ‘rogue’ landlords across the district. Since the first National Landlords Code of Excellence (NLCE UK) training day took place in November 2016 over 50 local landlords
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Renting with an IVA: is it possible?

21 February, 20170 Comments
An Individual Voluntary Arrangement is a legal agreement between someone who owes money and their creditors. Designed to help those in financial stress, the agreement involves forming a binding contract to enable the recipient to pay off some or all of the money at an agreed amount per month. It will affect your credit rating
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Right to Rent ‘not working’ as it creates a climate of fear amongst UK landlords

13 February, 20170 Comments
A new survey has revealed that Right to Rent checks are not working, as more and more landlords become reluctant to rent to those without British passports. The paper by the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) shows that the Government’s crackdown on illegal immigrants is creating a climate of fear amongst landlords, therefore is calling on the government
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letting agent jailed

Rogue letting agent jailed

05 February, 20160 Comments
A letting agent has been jailed nearly three years in prison after admitting fraud against both tenants and landlords. Name Removed after data request who is a trained accountant ran property lettings franchises Belvoir in Kettering, Desborough and Corby. They were investigated by Northamptonshire County Council’s trading standards team after complaints from landlords that they
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Shelter, Letting Agent Fees, Landlords

Shelter’s on the warpath over tenants letting agents’ fees again – who is fighting for landlords?

20 January, 20160 Comments
Shelter, a charity that campaigns for safe, secure, affordable homes for everyone has returned to the battle against letting agents’ fees this time in Wales. The charity claims that one in four renters who have used a letting agency in wales “have been charged excessive fees.” The website states: “Right now letting agents can charge
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