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Labour plans for PRS would be disastrous – NLA

Labour’s plans to cap rents, ban letting agent fees, and restrict tax reliefs for landlords who do not keep properties to basic standards could have an adverse impact on the private rented…

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Mansion Tax would be bad for property, warns agent

With just over a week until the General Election, London based estate agents Sandfords has joined a chorus of other industry experts and warn of the possible ‘disastrous consequences’ for the residential…

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Ed’s last stand: “a load of cobblers”

General Elections bring out the opinions of the electorate and property people have been more than forthcoming in these last days before the big election day on 7th May. Naomi Heaton (left),…

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Political leaders vow to tackle housing crisis

High residential property prices are the single biggest concern among home-hunters, a new Rightmove survey reveals. The latest data from the property portal shows that asking prices for homes on sale in…

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General Election

We are not even building half the number of homes that we need to keep up with demand. A record number of young people are living at home with their parents. Many…

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42% rise in complaints to The Property Ombudsman

There has been a significant increase in complaints made to The Property Ombudsman (TPO), partly due to a growing trend in the consumer world to challenge when a product or service does…

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Landlords’ body voice concerns over sub-letting

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has expressed concern over controversial plans to allow private tenants to sub-let their tenancies in England, announced by the Chancellor in the Budget last month. The Chairman…

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