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Understanding Section 13 and Rent Increases in the Private Rented Sector: Guide

Understanding Section 13 and Rent Increases in the Private Rented Sector: Guide

Posted on 2024-04-27

Section 13 of the Housing Act (1988) serves as a crucial tool for landlords in the private rented sector to adjust rents for tenancies that run periodically. However, with the impending Renters (Reform) Bill, significant changes are on the horizon regarding how rent increases will be handled. This guide provides a detailed overview of the current processes under Section 13 and sheds light on the upcoming alterations set forth by the Renters (Reform) Bill.

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 Spring Budget 2024: Implications for UK Property Investors

Spring Budget 2024: Implications for UK Property Investors

Posted on 2024-03-13

The recently announced Spring Budget 2024 by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has stirred speculation about its implications, with many pondering if it's an election budget. Pippa Crerar from The Guardian revealed a crucial detail buried in the budget paperwork: it's likely the final fiscal statement of this parliament, hinting at imminent elections.

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Team Rentigo at the National Landlord Investment Show 2024!

Team Rentigo at the National Landlord Investment Show 2024!

Posted on 2024-03-06

We had a fantastic time connecting with landlords and property managers at Olympia London. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to learn how Rentigo is transforming property management.

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YOUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO RIGHT TO RENT CHECKS IN ENGLAND

YOUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO RIGHT TO RENT CHECKS IN ENGLAND

Posted on 2024-02-12

The landscape of Right to Rent checks in England is undergoing a significant transformation with the introduction of substantially increased fines. Here's a comprehensive breakdown to keep landlords and letting agents informed. The enforcement of new fines, reaching up to £20,000 for repeat violations of Right to Rent check regulations, signals a pivotal change. Landlords and letting agents must maintain vigilance when verifying the Right to Rent status of all adult applicants in England before initiating any new tenancy agreement. Effective from Tuesday, 13th February, fines will escalate from £80 per lodger to £5,000, and from £1,000 per occupier to £10,000. Repeated breaches will incur fines of £10,000 per lodger and £20,000 per occupier.

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RENTERS (REFORM) BILL: WILL IT BECOME LAW IN 2024?

RENTERS (REFORM) BILL: WILL IT BECOME LAW IN 2024?

Posted on 2024-02-12

The Renters (Reform) Bill has been a focal point of discussion within the lettings industry for an extended period. Despite widespread anticipation, its journey to becoming law has been marked by delays. As we stand on the precipice of a potential breakthrough, the looming question remains: will it finally pass into law before the upcoming general election?

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