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Rental Update for June 2021

Rental market update for landlords in Beaconsfield

Your monthly rental update from ARLA Propertymark member Claire Woodrowe of Ashington Page lettings, covering Right to Rent and much more.more

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Rental market update for landlords in Beaconsfield
Published 09.07.21

Rental Update for June 2021

Your monthly rental update from ARLA Propertymark member Claire Woodrowe of Ashington Page lettings, covering Right to Rent and much more.

Fair wear and tear in your rental property
Published 09.07.21

Fair wear and tear in your rental property

Landlords can sometimes confuse ‘Fair Wear and Tear’ (FWT) as ‘Tenant Misuse’ when it comes to negotiating a rental security deposit return. Therefore, it is important to define FWT as the ‘natural deterioration of an item or area, due to its age and everyday normal usage’

Changes to Right to Rent Checks for tenants Ashington Page Lettings
Published 15.06.21

Changes to Right to Rent Checks for tenants

Any landlord who rents out a private property in England or takes in lodgers, could be liable for a civil penalty if they enter into a tenancy agreement with someone who does not have a right to rent here.  When the UK left the European Union, the way in which Right to Rent checks for tenants was handled, changed and these changes will come into effect on 1st July 2021.

4 top tips for choosing the best lettings agency
Published 23.05.21

4 top tips for choosing the best lettings agency

Propertymark president offers 4 top tips for choosing the best lettings agent. Ashington Page are members of ARLA Propertymark, with a code of practice and client money protection for landlords peace of mind.

Rental prices increasing due to low supply and high demand
Published 23.05.21

Rental Update for May 2021

In Beaconsfield the rental prices have increased 8-10% due to low stock and high demand and landlords are taking advantage of the increase.

Eviction Ban extended to end of May by Housing Minister
Published 10.03.21

Evicton Ban Extended until May 31st

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced today that until the 31st May 2021 private landlords will need to continue to give tenants six months’ notice before they can repossess rental properties.

Published 09.03.21

Ashington Page is 23

THOUGHTS, REFLECTIONS & LESSONS LEARNT We opened the doors for the first time on the 1st March 1998 with only… more

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