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Good news for tenants!

The Negotiator
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Renting became more affordable in 2018 thanks to a combination of a once-in-a-decade fall in annual rents and wage inflation, according to The Deposit Protection Service (DPS).

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Tenants win £1.8k rental Brexit dividend

Sheila Manchester
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There may be gloom and doom with property agencies, buyers and tenants. But tenants in London are, potentially, £1,806 better off since the vote to leave the EU in June 2016...

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Increasing the value of your business

Adam Walker
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A great deal of my consultancy work these days involves helping business owners to increase the value of their businesses prior to a sale in a few years’ time. Letting businesses used…

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Tenant trouble

Andrea Kirkby
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Problem tenants are only a small minority, says Andrea Kirkby, but they can cause a huge amount of trouble for a landlord and letting agent.

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Critical changes to Section 21 Notices

Frances Burkinshaw
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As The Negotiator hits your desks, says lettings guru Frances Burkinshaw, major changes will come into force for the residential lettings industry.

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Questioning preconceived ideas

The Negotiator
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PRSim and a member of the LSL Property Services plc (LSL) group of companies has highlighted the need for investors and developers to be more flexible in their approach to tenants and…

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The tenant fees debacle

Carl Burgess
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The ban on tenant fees is, says Carl Burgess, Director at Winkworth Shepherd’s Bush, detrimental to those the Government is actually trying to help.

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