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The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks claims letting agents and landlords may need to increase their deposits in some parts if the UK to cover the cost of damage and cleaning found at check-out. 



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Claims that Fergus and Judith Wilson - “Britain’s biggest buy-to-let landlords” - are selling up to the Chinese may have been premature. It now appears the Americans are interested.



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HMRC offers landlords one last chance

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The HMRC has announced one last chance for landlords who fail to declare all their rental income to come clean - or else take the consequences. 



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Rents at all-time high north of the border

Wednesday, 24 September 2014 Written by

The Scottish independence referendum contributed to the country’s rents reaching an all-time high, according to the latest buy to let index from Your Move.



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A campaign against a council’s landlord licensing scheme wants to take the authority to judicial review - and is appealing for cash via a crowdfunding platform.



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easyProperty chief Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has denied using his personal fame and the strength of his brand to “exploit” small investors buying shares in the new online agency. 



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Labour has set out yet more details for its reform of the private rented sector should it come to power in next year’s General Election, with several key elements.



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This week’s Labour conference is set to reaffirm the party’s controversial three reforms of the private rental sector - proposals which have already been condemned by much of the industry.



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One of the major funding avenues being explored by new online lettings service easyProperty, crowdfunding, has achieved 126 per cent of its target - and is still going strong.



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A landlords’ body is inviting a council to a meeting this week to justify its proposal to extend a licensing scheme from HMOs to every single privately rented property - but so far the local authority has refused to say whether it will attend.



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