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Landlords Outraged At Right To Rent Prison Threat

Landlords Outraged At Right To Rent Prison Threat

Landlords Outraged At
Right To Rent Prison Threat 

Private rental sector landlords and letting agents have expressed outrage over proposed amendments to the forthcoming Immigration Bill (2015) expected to be introduced in September, when MPs return from their summer break.

Section 20 – 37 of the Immigration Act 2014 contained the provision to make it compulsory for landlords to check the immigration status of all new adult tenants. Now officials want to enforce the measures, in order to strengthen their grip on the private rental sector (PRS).

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More Red Tape For LandlordsRed Tape Increases For Private Sector Landlords
Despite Government Promises

Despite numerous promises to reduce the amount of red tape property professionals had to deal with, there are now even more legal requirements to let and manage rental properties.

The coalition Government started an initiative called the Red Tape Challenge, aiming to reduce the time and associated financial costs incurred by businesses and consumers in complying with unnecessary legislation.

However, recent Government announcements will increase the amount of red tape and infuriating processes that landlords and letting agents have to deal with

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) say there are currently over 100 national regulations governing the letting of a rental property in the private rental sector.

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New Row Over Letting Agent's Evil Fees

New Row Over Letting Agent’s Evil Fees

Homeless Charity Wants All
Letting Agent Fees To Be Met By Landlords

The homelessness charity, Shelter have started to campaign to get all letting agent fees currently charged to tenants banned throughout England, and they want landlords to foot the bill for it, a point which has angered the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) and caused consternation with the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and the UK Association of Letting Agents (UKALA).

Shelter have launched a new report, “Letting Agencies: the Price you Pay”, claiming that charging landlords is a fairer way of doing business and the charity also claim that tenants are having to go without food or heating to meet increasing housing costs because letting agents’ fees are out of control.

Shelter were instrumental in getting letting agent fees banned in Scotland and now want the practice outlawed by MPs in England and are calling for politicians to take action.

The homelessness charity seem to think that all letting agents are the devil in disguise and recently questioned 58 separate letting agents throughout England, anonymously, asking them about what fees each charged in order to set up a tenancy for a tenant and discovered the average administration fee charged by agents was £350 (GBP) plus upfront rent and tenancy deposits. Less than a third of letting agents questioned charged fees totalling more than £400 and seven charged in excess of £700.

The Shelter research claims that in the last three years,

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This revolutionary new property investment strategy has been kept under wraps for the last 12 months and the savvy property investment entrepreneurs who created it have been testing and tweaking this incredibly simple property investment strategy, racking up stacks of success stories in the process… 

Using this simple strategy, property investors and existing landlords …that’s You
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Using this strategy Peter Singh went from not owning any properties and only having a few months’ worth of day-job savings… to having a property investment portfolio of 6 properties with a monthly cashflow of £6000 (GBP)

…that’s an average of £1000 per property per month  

Peter being interviewed by Rob Moore - the creator of this new strategy

Peter being interviewed by Rob Moore – the creator of this new strategy

 …and it was all done without using a single mortgage. 

Zero to £6000 per month income (after costs) in just 10 months! 
 

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This strategy will make You money if: 

  • You are NOT getting the cashflow you want from your property investment portfolio
  • You’re struggling to secure a mortgage for your property investment deals
  • You are failing to raise finance to buy properties
  • You are frustrated by the time it takes to buy, renovate, and let a property

…do any of those sound familiar? 

Multi Let Without The Sweat!

Multi Let Without The Sweat!

It’s no surprise. These common sticking points held back new property investors like Peter, until this strategy was explained to him.

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A Multi Let Property Investment Strategy That Works!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To Let - Legal Obligations Apply

To Let – Legal Obligations Apply

 

There are numerous rules and regulations which you must abide by when letting your house. It is the landlord’s responsibility to ensure that the property which is being let out is fully compliant with all relevant safety regulations. As well as safety regulations, landlords must also be certain that they carry out any duties which are outlined on the tenancy agreement, if the landlord did not draft this agreement themselves, all clauses and responsibilities must be read and fully understood. It is always recommended to have a proper tenancy agreement in place at the start of each tenancy as this can act as protection should any disagreements between landlord and tenant arise.

A tenancy agreement can also outline the tenant’s responsibilities during the tenancy period and what they are required to do, this is mostly common sense but having this in writing with signatures from both the tenant and the landlord means each party have read the agreement and understands what is required of them.

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