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RLA find errors in wording of proposed deregulation act

RLA find errors in wording of proposed deregulation act

RLA Find Serious Drafting Error In Rented Housing Regulations Of Proposed Deregulation Bill

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) have called on the Government to delay the implementation of the proposed Deregulation Act after they found errors in the wording of the document that would expose private rental sector landlords to a legal minefield.

The RLA published the following on their newshub

A major drafting error in Government regulations affecting the private rented sector risks undermining confidence in new legislation being applied to the sector.

The Deregulation Act, passed prior to the General Election, provides Ministers with the power to introduce a new standard form for landlords to complete and provide to a tenant when seeking to regain possession of a property on a no fault basis, known as a Section 21 notice.

With the form due to become legally binding from the 1st October, the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has written to the Housing Minister, Brandon Lewis MP, to seek a delay following the revelation of a serious drafting error.

The standard form, as currently drafted, notes that where a fixed term tenancy ends and then turns into a rolling or periodic tenancy the Section 21 notice would only be valid for four months from the date that it is served on the tenant*.

This contradicts the Deregulation Act, which makes clear that the required period to regain possession of a property where a tenancy is a rolling or periodic tenancy, should instead be four months from the date the Section 21 notice expires**.

Despite having engaged thoroughly with the Government on its proposals, the final version of the standard form, published last week, had not been shown to the RLA.

The RLA is warning that the drafting exposes landlords to a legal minefield, and is calling for the implementation of the plans to be delayed to give more time to get them right.

RLA policy director, David Smith, said “The RLA continues to share the Government’s ambitions to ensure that all landlords understand and properly implement their legal responsibilities and obligations. In light of the major changes being introduced for the sector it is vital that all documents published by the Government are clearly understood. This drafting error will serve only to dent the confidence of landlords in the legislation. Whilst Ministers are understandably eager not to let these new measures drift, it would make more sense not to rush their implementation than face the potential legal difficulties that will now arise for landlords.”

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Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarm Legislation Warning

Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarm Legislation Warning

New Smoke And Carbon Monoxide
Alarm Legislation 
Comes Into Force
On 1st October

On October 1st 2015 the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations are supposed to come into force meaning that landlords or their appointed lettings and property managing agents must install a smoke alarm on every floor of a rental property used for accommodation and fit Carbon Monoxide alarms in any room that contains a solid fuel burning combustion appliance, and all alarms should be in good working order.

However, there are calls for this legislation to be delayed due to lack of notice and ambiguity of the actual legislation.

The introduction of the new legislation is intended to save lives, we are already aware of the dangers that a potential fire in a residential rented property can cause, however, many landlords remain oblivious to the danger posed by Carbon Monoxide.

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Active Or Passive Property Investment?

Active Or Passive Property Investment?

Active Or Passive Property Investment Methods

– Which Works Best For You?

There are many different approaches to property investment and a multitude of different methods and strategies that can be employed to generate profits from property, but which style of property investment methodology works best for you?

There isn’t enough room on this post to go into a great deal of detail about each and every different property investment method and strategy in use today, so we will just stick to a more broad descriptive about the advantages and disadvantages of active and passive property investment methods and we will focus on only the main points.

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PRS Rental Price Growth Stalls

PRS Rental Price Growth Stalls

UK PRS Rental Price Growth Stalls

It was widely expected that UK private rented sector (PRS) rental prices would increase during the course of 2015, due to the lack of available rental properties on the market and continued strong demand from prospective tenants.

However, research by HomeLet found that the pace of rent rises had begun to slow in the three months prior to August 2015. Average PRS rental prices being charged to new tenants were only 1.6% higher than they were at the start of the year compared to the 2.2% rise that had been observed during the three months to August 2015.

PRS rents remain considerably higher than they were when figures are viewed on an annual basis, with average rental prices reaching £992 (GBP) in the three months to August, 10.5% higher than August 2014. 

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Shelter Target PRS Landlords Again!

Shelter Target PRS Landlords Again!

Shelter Attacks PRS Landlords With
More Bogus Propaganda

The homelessness charity, Shelter are once again targeting private rental sector landlords, with claims of abuse and neglect being aimed at the sector.

Shelter claim that that 125,000 tenants have suffered abusive behaviour from landlords in the past year and the health of 1 Million private rental sector tenants have been affected by rogue landlords not doing property repairs or dealing with poor conditions in their rented property, with almost 300,000 parents who rent reporting serious impacts on their children’s health caused by poor property management.

The charity maintain that damp, mould, and bad ventilation in private rented sector properties are causing asthma, allergies, breathing problems and worse among tenants, and they are laying the blame squarely on landlords shoulders.

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How to buy property with none of your own moneyBuying Investment Property With NO Money Down

One of the most common problems faced by people when they want to invest in property for the first time, is the same for those investors who want to buy more properties…

Finance!

To put it simply, without access to finance people can’t buy property. And they quickly become discouraged or lose interest in property investing.

Or, if they already own a few investment properties, their property investing business can stall and stagnate.

The result?

They are forced to shelve their dreams of achieving financial independence… spending time with their loved ones… and …doing the things they love.

So how do you get around the problem of finance?

Fortunately there’s a solution.

You see, believe it or not, you can buy property using NONE of your own money. And there’s a couple of ways you can do this.

One way is by using a clever strategy when you buy the property using none of your own money, using alternative sources of finance.

Hint; NOT mortgage companies or banks.

There isn’t room in this short post to provide you with all the details about buying property using none of your own money.

That’s why I’ve included a link to a specially written free report for you, and it’s called;

Buy Property With None Of Your Own Money – The Essential How To Guide.

Inside this detailed free report you’ll discover;

  • The easiest way to start buying houses with none of your money – Simple… when you know how.
  • How to make every property deal a no money left in or even a no money down deal – Use this low risk time proven strategy.
  • Bad credit? How to get unlimited amounts of finance to buy property regardless of your credit history.
  • How to use the CREST formula to raise finance – Works even if you’re new to property investing.
  • The most common mistake people make when talking to people with money that repels them instantly – What to say instead!
  • When going to the gym allows you to buy your next property – Strange but true!

And much, MUCH more.

When property investors discover these secrets they will be able to take on multiple property deals at the same time, enabling them to buy more properties faster allowing them, and you, to reach your financial goals much faster.

  • No more being rejected by banks or mortgage companies.
  • No more waiting for weeks to get finance.

Instead property investors will be able to raise unlimited amounts of finance, allowing you to keep buying properties when other property investors are unable to even raise finance.

So get your special report today.

Click on the link and download the report.

There’s no obligation or commitment, it’s packed full of solid practical content you can read today and start profiting from tomorrow.

Buy Property With None Of Your Own Money – The Essential How To Guide.

Paul PrestonThe report is written by Paul Preston – a multi millionaire property investor who started with none of his own money…

This free download is set to become the most talked about report of 2015 with 3 Strategies detailing exactly How To Buy Property With None Of Your Own Money..

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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Landlords Face Tougher Penalties Under Immigration Bill Proposals

Landlords Face Tougher Penalties Under Immigration Bill Proposals

Landlords Must Evict Illegal Immigrants Or Face Prison Under New Immigration Bill Proposals

It has been announced that UK private rented sector (PRS) landlords could face a 5 year prison sentence if they fail to conduct proper ‘Right to Rent’ checks included in new Government proposals for the Immigration Bill

The proposed changes to legislation will require PRS landlords to verify the immigration status of all prospective tenant applicants, before tenancies are agreed. Any landlord who repeatedly fails to conduct these checks would be in breach of a new offence, carrying maximum penalties of five years’ imprisonment or a fine.

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Letting Agents Confirm Rents Are Rising Again

Letting Agents Confirm Rents Are Rising Again

Letting Agents Confirm PRS Rents Are Rising Again

The latest report from the Association of Residential Letting Agents has discovered that 36% of ARLA registered letting agents reported private rented sector rent increases in June, taking PRS rental prices to their highest point since records began.

80% of ARLA letting agents surveyed expected private rental sector rents to continue to grow significantly over the next five years.

East Midlands letting agents reported 48% of tenants were charged increased rents, while letting agents in Wales only recorded 17% of tenants facing increased rental charges.

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