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The Renters Reform Bill White Paper is Coming

RENTERS REFORM BILL WHITE PAPER

Prince Charles represented her Majesty the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament on 10th may and reconfirmed the government’s commitment to legislating on the Renters’ Reform Bill to strengthen the rights of tenants. more

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RENTERS REFORM BILL WHITE PAPER
Published 13.05.22

The Renters Reform Bill White Paper is Coming

Prince Charles represented her Majesty the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament on 10th may and reconfirmed the government’s commitment to legislating on the Renters’ Reform Bill to strengthen the rights of tenants.

What is a non-housing act tenancy
Published 09.05.22

Non-Housing Act Tenancies: what are they?

There are certain requirements for a tenancy to be an AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy); namely, the tenant must be an individual; the tenant must also be using the property as their main residence; the landlord must not themselves be in residence in the same property, and the rent must not exceed £100,000 p.a.

LANDLORD RENTAL AUDIT TRAIL ASHINGTON PAGE BLOG
Published 06.05.22

Landlords: The importance of your audit trail

Lettings audit trails are key to staying compliant and can be critical to navigating possession proceedings through court so make sure you know how to audit effectively.

PRS Legislation Update for April-May 2022
Published 06.05.22

PRS Legislation Update for April-May 2022

UK PRS Update: As fully qualified and accredited letting agents we are always on hand to keep you abreast of legal changes or updates to the UK private rental sector and to the rental market in the Beaconsfield area.  If you are worried that you may not be up to date with the 170+ pieces of legislation covering the PRS please read on.

Changes to Right to Rent Checks for tenants Ashington Page Lettings
Published 22.02.22

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.

Published 04.01.22

TOP TIPS FOR SELLING YOUR HOME

According to Rightmove, right now in January 2022, there are more people looking for a new home than ever before…. more

Published 15.12.21

Rental update for Beaconsfield in December 2021

Landlords and tenants, what to expect from the private rental sector in 2022 from Beaconsfield’s ARLA Propertymark agent and Ashington Page lettings expert Claire Woodrow.

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