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Impact of court fee rise will leave door wide open for bad tenants

09 April, 20140 Comments
Planned changes to court fees will take effect from 22nd April 2014, where fees for possession claims will see an increase of 60%. An application for possession currently costs £175 and when these changes come into force this will increase to £280. The possession claim online (PCOL) service, which currently has a discounted fee of
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Bank turns Referencing Company down on venture that would protect their mortgagors – WHY?

05 March, 20140 Comments
Landlord Referencing Services LLP has recently had an interesting conversation with a Bank that was interested in working with us on an affiliate basis. After a long discussion about the pros of this bank supporting LRS, whereby they would inform their existing buy to let clients about how Lifestyle Referencing may help prevent them from
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Landlord and Tenant checking company breaches advertising rules

25 February, 20140 Comments
Tenant Referencing company Rentchecks.com has recently had a claim made against it regarding the breaching of advertising rules. Rentchecks.com claimed on their website that they had been providing “pre tenancy & lease intelligence to landlord and agents for the past 10 years”. However a complainant reported the company to The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after
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January 2014 Website Traffic Statistics

07 February, 20140 Comments
Landlord Referencing Services official statistics for January 2014 reveal our first month of 9,005,471 hits to the website. LandlordReferencing.co.uk uses AWStats official real-time logfile analyzer to get advanced statistics. Alexa provides information about websites including Top Sites, Internet Traffic Stats and Metrics. Our website readership is also holding steady, with 62,940 Unique Visitors recorded @ landlordreferencing.co.uk (via
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Accurate tenant referencing and landlord communication is the way forward

03 February, 20140 Comments
With the impending welfare reform via Universal Credit, legislation to tackle illegal immigration, more landlord Licensing schemes being implemented and stories such as Landlord Fergus Wilson’s recently hitting the headlines; landlords and letting agents need to realise the severe implications if they continue to go about their business without the means of accurate and thorough
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How to rent a house & escape bad tenants

31 January, 20140 Comments
Whether you’re brand new to property and are just starting learning how to rent a house and what it takes to be a landlord, or whether your an old pro and have successfully run a thriving rental portfolio for many years….. You’ll probably already know that being a landlord comes with many challenges. Some are
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