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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

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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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The online letting agency OpenRent - which claims to have let over 15,000 properties in 2013 - has received what it claims is “a multi-million pound media-for-equity partnership” with a company linked with Express Newspapers and OK! magazine.

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The seemingly-endless arguments over widely differing house price indices have now entered the lettings sector with new HomeLets data showing a markedly different result to that produced yesterday by Move with Us.

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An independent councillor in York is complaining that two letting agencies in the city are being allowed to dump rubbish from properties privately rented by students.

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ARLA is urging members to sign-up to a free partnership deal with a council trading standards office which will offer advice and protection over compliance issues.

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A Labour member of the Scottish Parliament says a Yes vote for independence in next month’s Scottish referendum will lead to lower investment in the private rented sector.

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The average advertised rent in Britain increased by £62 or 6.56 per cent in the year to the end of July and now stands at £1,029 per month. 

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