Tax is a hot topic in lettings in 2022. Jaime Tillyer, Director at Vouch, shares her thoughts on how past tax changes, upcoming deadlines, and future proposals may affect your agency and landlords.
England, Scotland, and Wales all have proposals in the works to overhaul and improve tenant rights in the private rented sector. Here's a breakdown of how they compare.
The stamp duty holiday, ending in 2021, had a huge impact on the property market, with repercussions still felt today in soaring house prices. This begs the question: is it time to reform this property tax? Mark Armstrong, Group Chief Executive Officer at Reapit, shares his thoughts.
Letting and estate agents need to be looking at doing things faster and smarter to keep up with tenant demand in 2022, so we've put together ten ways that agents can save time at different points in the lettings process.
Policy makers across England, Scotland, and Wales are proposing various ways to regulate short-term lets and holiday rentals to help solve the problem of low housing stock for letting agents, landlords, and tenants.
Goodlord is preparing to launch "digital landlord onboarding" in an industry first, to save letting agents time and improve the experience for landlords - with digital signing of the agency's Terms of Business the first element set for release.
You can break down barriers to help you win more landlords if your agents ditch the corporate image and avoid selling to people, says Mike Robson, Director of letting and estate agency Avocado Property.
Experts in the lettings industry share their predictions for what 2022 will bring, from tenant demand and landlord housing stock to the impact of legislative updates.
Both average rents and void periods held steady during December according to the latest Goodlord Rental Index, the strong holiday season indicating a promising year ahead for the lettings market.
The government has published an open letter to landlords and agents with key messages to share with tenants on how to stay safe during the winter surge of Covid-19.