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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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Which student town offers the highest buy-to-let returns?

26 August, 20161 Comments
New research has revealed that buy to let landlords seeking high rental yields should consider buying properties to let to students in the North of England. The analysis, undertaken by property crowdfunding platform Property Partner, has also identified that: Sunderland University offers the best rental yields of all the universities in England, with low house
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Rightmove Phising Scam – Important Security Advice For Letting Agents

18 August, 20160 Comments
LETTING AGENTS BEWARE! PLEASE READ! At TR Online Lettings we have just learned about a phishing attack that appears to be a notification regarding properties having not loaded to Rightmove, with a subject line “WARNING! Rightmove Property Rejections”. So we wanted to make sure you and your team are aware that this email is not from
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Somerset Property Network gathers speed; 50+ members in just 1 week!

06 July, 20161 Comments
We are very pleased to announce that the Somerset Property Network is gathering speed; in just 1 week we have united 52 members already! Started up last Tuesday, it is a group for competent landlords across Somerset who are concerned about the forthcoming North Somerset selective licensing scheme. As one loud voice and not lots of little voices, Somerset
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Introducing Somerset Property Network – Get your voice heard

28 June, 20163 Comments
As Somerset landlords, we are extremely concerned about the forthcoming idea from North Somerset Council to blanket Weston super Mare with a selective licensing of each of our properties at the cost of an astonishing £350 a time. We are sure you agree that we do not need the Council to tell us how to
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