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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NLA issues rental fraud warning to students

04 September, 20150 Comments
The NLA (National Landlords Association) has issued a press release reminding would-be tenants to be vigilant when looking for somewhere new to live and how to avoid being scammed. The warning comes as many new tenants are looking for available properties before the academic year begins. The NLA has released guidance about avoiding online rental
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‘Lost decade’ of building means England now 1 million homes short

26 March, 20140 Comments
An average of just 115,000 new homes have been built since a major housing report warned a decade ago that at least 210,000 new homes a year would need to be built in England, to prevent a worsening housing crisis. According to the author of the original government-commissioned report, Kate Barker, it means that the country
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Tenant Referencing 2014 | Landlords who use social referencing avoid £65,000+ debt this week

04 January, 20140 Comments
The first LRS weekly tenant rent default for 2014 currently stands at £45,000+ and property damages at £20,000+ ; equaling a massive £65,000+ of debt avoided by each landlord that regularly references their tenants through LRS. The most important aspect of LandlordReferencing.co.uk is to fully understand the meaning of “Tenant Referencing in Real Time”. Mary
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A Christmas Greeting from Newham Council…oh, and a £20k fine

16 December, 20130 Comments
In a time of goodwill to all men, this week final warning letters will be sent to those landlords in Newham who have not yet registered for the UK’s first mandatory licensing scheme, and those that fail to comply face fines of up to £20,000. In May 2013 nearly 30,000 applications had been made for the flagship
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Landlords are ‘not an extension of the Border Agency’

23 September, 20130 Comments
Following announcements in July, that landlords would face fines of up to £3,000 if they failed to determine whether a tenant’s immigration documents are genuine or not, Ministers are now arguing that landlords are ‘not an extension of the Border Agency.’ The consultation document suggested that it would affect 1.4million private landlords,  stating that “Landlords
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WARNING! Rent-to-Rent on the increase

19 February, 20130 Comments
There are increasing concerns regarding the new development in the residential lettings market known as ‘Rent-to-Rent’ ; tenants who rent a residential property and then sub-let it for profit. As tenants find it increasingly difficult to find rental accommodation the problem of subletting property without consent has increased considerably within both the private rental market
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Landlord Referencing Services – The home of the lifestyle reference. . .

15 May, 20120 Comments
We are very proud and happy to announce that Landlord Referencing Services has just celebrated it’s second successful year in business. So much has happened over these past two years: Tenants to be able to improve their credit score  Extensive media coverage Associations working with us Pins & Clubs working with us The website being
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