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Alternatives to selective licensing in the private rented sector: a guide for landlords

24 August, 20165 Comments
Following last weeks selective licensing victory for the private rented sector, we are now hearing from landlords all around the country who want to fight against selective licensing being implemented in their area but don’t know where to start or how to get the ball rolling. Sponsored by TR Lettings Online, Tenant Referencing UK led the Somerset
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Top 100 housing must reads; 2013 through the eyes of an LRS landlord.

31 December, 20130 Comments
Here is a compilation of the 100 most read, most interesting, and most commented upon Landlord Referencing Forum topics, from late 2012 to the end of 2013. (Click on title of each one to read the thread in full.) The Office of Fair Trading has today launched new online resources to help internet businesses comply
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Are you being manipulated by backstreet ‘click farms’ ?

05 August, 20130 Comments
In a one hour special Channel 4 Dispatches goes undercover to investigate what’s real and what’s fake in the brave new online world. Broadcast Monday 5th August, film-maker Chris Atkins travels to Bangladesh in search of backstreet ‘click farms’ where poorly paid workers manipulate social media for the benefit of big western brands. CLICK HERE
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Social referencing at LRS stops illegal immigrants

08 May, 20135 Comments
Almost 2 million buy-to-let property owners will be legally responsible for ensuring that they only let properties to people allowed to be in Britain under new immigration laws to be announced in today’s Queen’s Speech – with fines running into the thousands for those breaking the law. The Immigration Bill will also limit the ability
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Silly tenant taunts West Midlands police via Facebook

31 January, 20134 Comments
[NEWS UPDATE] ONE DAY after LRS post this story, silly tenant is arrested! Read in full HERE. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ A crime suspect who is regarded by West Midlands Police as one of the region’s ‘Most Wanted’ men has been brazenly posting details of his whereabouts on Facebook. Swinburn has even gone as far as to design
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Facebook to take on Rightmove ?

16 January, 20130 Comments
Property Place, the Facebook based property search engine, has secured a 7 figure investment via three funds – and claims it is in a position to take on Rightmove. Launched a year ago it allows users to search for and share details of properties for sale and rent. It claims to have more than 900,000
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