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The Bank’s director says that property costs should be determined by market conditions

07 July, 20140 Comments
The Bank of England cannot curb rapidly rising house prices and will not attempt to do so, the institution’s new director of financial stability has said. Spencer Dale, who was appointed on June 1 after six years as the Bank’s chief economist, told the Mail on Sunday that house prices will be “determined by the
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Will part-time employment result in part-time tenants ?

01 March, 20130 Comments
With nearly a third of the entire working population of Britain now working part-time Landlord Referencing Services would like to explore what the future holds for the private rented sector if this trend continues. Last night the ITV program Tonight covered the topic of ” Part time Britain ” – an insight into Britains flexible
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Extended tenancies could trigger rent arrears increase

28 January, 20130 Comments
In response to Labour’s call for longer tenancy agreements the Council of Mortgage Lenders have responded by warning that such agreements could lead to a rise in rent arrears. Labour argues that the private sector should give stability and financial certainty to private renters by offering predictable rents over a long period. Longer-term tenancies and
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