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Significant number of landlords ditching ‘rip-off agents’

28 November, 20160 Comments
Since last weeks Autumn Statement announcement that there will be a ban on letting agents charging fees to tenants, it has been suggested that many more landlords should consider ditching ‘rip-off agents’. Many experts believe this latest legislation for the private rented sector in England and Wales will lead to higher rents, as landlords seek
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Majority of students choose online letting sources over traditional agents

07 September, 20161 Comments
A new study suggest that 58% of students choose to use online sources to find accommodation, whilst only 25% use the traditional route of the high street letting agent. The study of 1,010 students, conducted by Glide Utilities during May and June of this year, also reveals: 85% of students will not consider a property
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Over a quarter of landlords consider using online letting agents like TR Lettings

07 June, 20160 Comments
A recent survey has shown that some 27% of landlords consider an online letting agency to be a more attractive option for managing property than a traditional agency these days – with 31% of landlords considering going online to save more money. Carried out by a large property consultancy company, the survey also found that:
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Rise of Online Lettings – What Are You Actually Paying For?

18 March, 20163 Comments
After attending the NLA & Birmingham City Council Landlords Forum on the 10th March and The South West’s Biggest Landlord Expo yesterday, we’d like to ask those of you who use online letting agents: what are you actually getting for your money? With the likes of Openrent, Purple Bricks, Rentify, Upad and LettingaProperty.com all offering complete
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Landlords and Agents | Are you ready for November 1st?

30 October, 20130 Comments
From November 1st, 2013, all letting agents and private landlords will have to ensure that they include information in their property ads regarding non-optional fees and any charges that the tenant will incur during the rental application process. This has been bought to the attention of The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) following a complaint earlier
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