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.
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.
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.
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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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.
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.
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.