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Tenant fee bill - Work with what you have…


5 ways to utilise your existing workforce and capabilities to beat the Tenant Fees Ban.

Turning negatives into positives

legislation, future

The future of the lettings industry...

Trip the light fantastic

legislation, lighting

How to maximise natural light in your property…

Give a little extra


Adding to your offerings is the best way to combat the Lettings Fee Ban…

Section 21 - what to consider


Make sure you keep updated to keep your options open…

Letting and domestic abuse - the facts


 What letting agents need to know about domestic abuse and how they can help potential sufferers…

Best practice makes perfect


5 best practice principles to keep property managers on the right side of the law

Born in the GDPR - bad data


What landlords and property managers need to know about the impact of GDPR

Protect your property – and yourself

hhsrs, intruder

Landlords must prepare for the Homes Bill – starting with entry by intruder

Keep the home fires burning this Christmas


How to keep your property properly maintained this winter

How to avoid pests before it's an issue

pests, hygiene

Simple steps landlords and lettings agents can take to reduce the chance of pests…

Tenant Fees Bill - what is it and how could you be affected?

water quality

 The tenants fee ban is coming in 2019 - are you prepared? 

Testing the waters

water quality

 WITH The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Bill expected to come into effect early next year, landlords would do well to expect an increased focus on the water supply in their property. 

5 Ways Tenants Can Prevent the Spread of Legionella


Although it’s rarely found in occupied properties, legionella (a bacteria found in standing water) can have nasty consequences for tenants, exacerbating underlying breathing and health issues and...

Who is responsible for the temperature of a property?

boiler maintenance

Making landlords aware of their responsibilities when it comes to the temperature of their properties…

Top tips for maintaining your boiler between services

boiler maintenance

As winter approaches, it’s more important than ever to keep your boiler well maintained. 

What Will Block Management Look Like in 2025?

block management, future

With block management changing and developing all the time, we were fortunate to have the opportunity to host some of its most knowledgeable people in a dinner and debate in London recently. The...

Fixflo and Reapit - new integration annouced

integrations, lettings agents

Fixflo and Reapit are delighted to announce a new Reapit RPS integration 

Is Regulation Needed in the Block Industry?

block management, regulation

As far as senior people in the block management industry are concerned, there are a few things that could be improved and tweaked to make it a better industry to work in. Several of them were...

What Can Landlords Do to Prevent Damp and Mould?

damp, mould

Damp and mould may start out small – a dark patch on the wallpaper or a wet window frame – but this gruesome twosome can end up causing huge problems for both tenants and landlords, especially at...

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