The lettings market in England experienced a hugely busy July, with rents up and voids down across the board, as demand for rental properties goes from strength to strength.
A recent county court case involving a Joint Several Tenancy Agreement (JSTA) could have wider ramifications for deposit protection schemes, writes Sean Hooker.
There are many ways for your tenants to pay their rent. Some are faster and more efficient than others. Here's what you need to know to help you decide what's the best process for your agency and to encourage your tenants to use your preferred method - so you get paid on time.
Lettings laws and regulations vary across the borders for agents, landlords, and tenants in England, Scotland, and Wales. Here's a breakdown of what you need to know.
Landlords want to know that they're working with the best estate and letting agents to help them deal with renting their property and looking after their tenants - so make your agency stand out in the market by boosting your standing with tenants through good property management.
The evolution of rent arrears, the impact of the eviction ban, and the outlook for buy to let are just some of the challenges and opportunities that your landlords are currently facing. Here's a breakdown of what the future may hold for your landlords and, therefore, your agency.
The new Minimum Energy Performance of Buildings bill to increase the minimum energy efficiency standards for private rented properties to EPC Band C on new tenancies by 2028 will be introduced in both Houses of Parliament this week. Recent surveys show the sector is already moving in the right direction - but it could be a costly target to reach for landlords.
The new right to rent check process for EU, EEA, and Swiss tenants has been in place for agents and landlords since 1 July, helping them to take their applicants' immigration statuses into consideration through an online check - which comes with positives and negatives.
Tenant demand is traditionally high in the summer and, with lockdown creating pent-up demand from renters and the stamp duty holiday over, summer 2021 promises to be a big one. Here are three ways to make the most of the increased demand in the coming months.
Property consultancy Bidwells has been in the Cambridge rental market for over 100 years, and has a strong understanding of how the job market for their tenants affects lettings and property investment for their landlords in the area.