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KEYWORD "Premiums" - 18 RESULTS
Furnished Lets - do the premiums justify the initial cost?

The Furnished versus Unfurnished debate in the rental sector has been going on for years but new research attempts to quantify...

12 August 2021

From: Breaking News

Short Lets rip off? Airbnb owners hike rents up to 300% at peak

A new survey suggests Airbnb owners are charging over 300 per cent more to stay at their properties during major events...

30 July 2021

From: Breaking News

Revealed - where Build To Rent is threatening Buy To Let

The Build to Rent market remains small in volume but it is making some inroads, leading to BTR rent rises predominantly...

18 May 2021

From: Breaking News

Agents demand improved flood insurance cover for buy to let sector

Propertymark has waded in to the debate over flood prevention measures in the UK:il it wants insurance for homeowners and landlords faced...

06 May 2021

From: Breaking News

Pro-Pet campaigners want damage insurance as option for tenants

Momentum is building to have the Tenant Fees Act amended, allowing agents to charge tenants for damage insurance which would then...

30 March 2021

From: Breaking News

Pets Mean Premiums - animals are good news, insists industry group

The private rental sector should embrace the idea of tenants with pets and not object to the prospect. That’s the view of...

24 November 2020

From: Breaking News

Revealed: the top priorities for tenants in 2020

A survey by lettings agency Carter Jonas has revealed what the firm calls the top priorities for tenants as the 2020s...

19 February 2020

From: Breaking News

Agents are less efficient because software is poorly integrated - claim

A PropTech firm says lettings and sales agents are less efficient because software providers and the wider industry have done too...

14 November 2019

From: Breaking News

Automate admin to win ‘furnished premiums’ urges PropTech platform

A PropTech platform claims landlords can cut administration costs so much that they could afford to offer their lettings units furnished...

19 December 2018

From: Breaking News

Deposits chief hits back at consumer group's 'broken system' jibe

The chief executive of mydeposits has hit back at a Which? report calling for reform - or possibly even replacement -...

14 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Mydeposits launches sharp attack on 'no-deposit' alternatives

The head of the parent firm of mydeposits is warning tenants and landlords tempted to enter into new ‘no-deposit’ schemes to...

29 June 2017

From: Breaking News

Anti-deposit campaigner warns of Client Money Protection side-effect

A leading letting agent campaigning against rental sector deposits is warning that the industry might be hit with “astronominal” insurance premiums...

10 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Landlords will still use letting agents after fees ban - claim

The substantial majority of landlords who now use letting agents will continue to do so even if they see their premiums...

21 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Next year's buy to let tax change will hit almost half a million

The National Landlords Association claims that changes to buy to let mortgage interest tax relief being introduced in six months time...

19 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Storm damage, broken pipes and break-ins top lettings insurance claims

An analysis of 100,000 buy to let insurance policies reveals that storm damage, burst pipes and damage from break-ins are the...

19 April 2016

From: Breaking News

More tenants with dogs means massive deposit premiums

A London letting agency says a huge rise in the number of tenants with dogs, combined with a lack of supply...

13 October 2015

From: Breaking News

40,000 lettings properties damaged each year - claim

An estimated 400,000 landlords in the UK - that’s approaching three in every 10 - have had their property damaged by...

20 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Lettings chief warns over flooding insurance dangers

Landlords of residential properties in high risk flood areas should look at minimising their risks now rather than be left at...

18 June 2015

From: Breaking News

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