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1st June 2019 – the end of tenant fees

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"On 1st June there will, no doubt, be a surge in agents’ fees to landlords as the Tenant Fees Ban comes into effect, so, says Frances Burkinshaw, how will you survive?"

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Making Tax Digital

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James Smith, Head of UK Sales, Kefron, looks at why sales and lettings agents should view this latest legislation as a way to drive efficiencies across their entire invoice processing function.

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Tenant Fees

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How should landlords and letting agents prepare for the Tenant Fees Bill? Susanna Caulfield, Senior Associate in the Real Estate Group at Rosling King LLP, details the key aspects of the legislation.

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Why money laundering matters

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The Negotiator looks at the social and economic damage that serious and organised crime inflicts on the UK and why this makes it so important that estate agents engage in the battle…

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We need rental homes. We need investor landlords!

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Landlords are still regular recipients of bad press and written attacks. There are people who believe that all landlords are wealthy people who should be punished for owning property. Frances Burkinshaw says,…

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Washing up

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Money laundering isn’t just the preserve of upmarket estate agents selling expensive properties in central London, says HMRC chief Simon York, as criminals increasingly target property to launder their dirty cash.

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New rules for conveyancing

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New price transparency rules came into effect on 6th December 2018. TM Group asked the industry, “Will the new rules change conveyancing for the better?”

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