Category: Lettings

Furnish Rental Property

Furnish Rental Property

"Should I furnish my rental property?" To furnish or not to furnish rental property Landlords often ask us whether or not they should furnish rental property. “Furnishing” usually means everything required to live reasonably comfortably in a property.

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Tenant Charges 1

Tenant Charges 1

"Tenant Charges 1 post Tenant Fees Ban" Tenant Charges 1 Following the introduction of the Tenant Fees Act 2019 and Tenant Fees Ban, Letting Agents are no longer allowed to charge a fee to process a Tenant’s application to rent.

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Tenant Charges 2

Tenant Charges 2

"Tenant Charges - Post Agreement" Tenant Charges Part 2 Following the introduction of the Tenant Fees Act 2019 and Tenant Fees Ban, Letting Agents are no longer allowed to charge a certain fees unless they are 'permitted payments'.

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Landlords Lettings 2020

Landlords Lettings 2020

"Landlords Lettings 2020" Changes in Lettings Legislation 2000  James Duffy, Callaways' Lettings expert and Compliance Coach, discusses his top 5 of the most important highlights of Landlords Lettings 2020 legislation updates.

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Take your Landlord to Court

Take your Landlord to Court

"Landlord's & Tenant's property" Take your Landlord to Court Landlords, you are up to speed with the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, aren't you?  If you aren't, you're in danger of Court action.

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Opportunity for Callaways Clients

Opportunity for Callaways Clients

"Opportunity for Callaways Clients" Over recent years estate agents have been effectively forced to use one or both of the two leading property portals in most cases, Rightmove and Zoopla to ensure that their clients’ properties were being exposed to the maximum number of buyers.

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Renting Empty Property

Renting Empty Property

"Should I Rent an Empty Property?" Renting Empty Property A tenant’s first question to a Letting Agent when offered a property is “How long has it been available?”  In other words, he's thinking 'Why am I renting an empty property' - and with good reason.

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Landlords Joint Tenants

Landlords Joint Tenants

"Landlords Joint Tenants" Sharing as Joint Tenants Shared tenancy risk Higher rents and fewer people buying property have led to increasing numbers of people, not just students and couples, choosing to share the cost of rental accommodation.

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Tenant Fees Ban Tenancies

Tenant Fees Ban Tenancies

"A two-edged sword?" Tenant Fees Ban Tenancies Legislation now prevents Letting Agents from charging Tenants a fee to process their application to rent a property.  But how will the legislation affect Tenant Fees Ban Tenancies? The Tenant Fees Ban was introduced by the Government on 1 June 2019.

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