Category Archives: Landlord Advice

Landlords: Tenants can now Make Energy Efficiency Improvements – Consider Electric Heating

Landlords, are you aware that from 1st April 2016, assured shorthold tenants (and some other residential tenants) in England and Wales have the right to request their landlord’s consent to make improvements to improve the energy efficiency of rented property?

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Gas Safety Failings Lead to Suspended Sentence for Landlord

Landlords may wish to consider electric heating after a London based landlord has been given an eight week suspended sentence for gas safety failings.

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Stamp Duty Hike: Time to Make Savings

The stamp duty hike from April 2016 means there will be an extra 3 per cent to pay on all additional property purchases: yet another reason to start seriously thinking about how to save money as a buy to sell … Continue reading

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