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Letting agents are being accused of double-charging - levying fees on tenants and landlords for the same service - by an insurance company.

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More hefty fines for rogue landlords

Friday, 22 August 2014 Written by

Another two landlords are out of pocket - one by a whopping £13,000-plus - after failing to comply with local council regulations.

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Property sharing website  SpareRoom claims that UK rents have risen far beyond the income of tenants, with Scotland and London becoming the least affordable locations. 

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Landlord Assist is the latest lettings organisation to voice concern over legal changes which will oblige letting agents and landlords to police the immigration status of tenants.  

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Romans is stepping up its strategy of expanding around London commuter areas, and particularly making inroads into destinations likely to see increased demand thanks to Crossrail.

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Was this Britain's pokiest flat to let?

Thursday, 21 August 2014 Written by

A landlord has been ordered to pay £3,040 by a court for renting out a loft room which tenants could only access by going on all fours up a staircase.

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The location of a letting agency office is the most influential characteristic which persuades a landlord to ask the agent to undertake a valuation.

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Brent is the latest council to consider a licensing regime for landlords - and it has recruited Shelter to promote its case.

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Tenants offer to pay debt - over 37 years

Wednesday, 20 August 2014 Written by

A family ordered to pay their landlord £3,500 in owed rent have offered to pay in weekly installments - lasting an estimated 37 years. 

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Letting Agent Today goes five-days-a-week

Wednesday, 20 August 2014 Written by

Letting Agent Today has gone to a five-days-a-week update, bringing you the industry’s most important stories every weekday.

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