Important information for landlords and tenants about the rental market in Beaconsfield for March 2022.
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.
Lettings manager Claire Woodrow gives her monthly update on the private rental sector in Beaconsfield for January 2022.
According to Rightmove, right now in January 2022, there are more people looking for a new home than ever before. That’s great news if you’re thinking about selling your home. However, selling your home is a complex process. Consequently, we thought we’d outline a few of Rightmove’s independent tips for selling your home. CHOOSE THE […]
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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.
When we take on a property for let we take our due diligence very seriously and will always ask for landlord ID and proof of ownership. Read on to find out why!
Our Lettings Manager Claire Woodrow updates Beaconsfield landlords on current news and views from the PRS.
Find out what the rental trends are in the Beaconsfield lettings market for Autumn and Winter 2021 with our lettings manager Claire Woodrow.
Landlords, ensure that you know all of the changes happening in the local rental market by keeping up-to-date with our regular reports from lettings manager and local expert Claire Woodrowe, MARLA.