UK property prices and data October 2013
Loathsome lodgers legging without paying landlords?
First Time Buyers Bite on Forty Year Mortgages
UK rental prices and data October 2013
Can you crit this deal please?
Private Eye on Housing
Unfair lettings fees between agents and tenants
The Buy-to-Let Market
Let Property Campaign Client Testimonial February 2015
Analogue vs. digital inventories … no brainer!
Silver Landlords – Take the ‘belt and braces’ approach to protect your pension pot
Property Redress Scheme issues guidance on unfair lettings fees
Stamp Duty reform: A slab of Christmas cake!
Market comment: Off to a great start in 2015!
First ever NALS Northern Conference a great success as Chief Executive says "We'll be back next year!".
Income or Capital? What Do YOU Want From Property Investment?
"Education is the most important thing" says Lesley Fenton at the NALS Northern Conference
Buyer beware, Seller take care – Fraudulent Misrepresentation and Property
House or mouse – we join OnTheMarket.com
10 tips to avoid cowboy builders
UK property prices and data August 2013
Settlement Agreement – The Way Forward
Starting out as a landlord – the basics – with Nick Harris of Northwood
Features of partnering with PropertyTribes as a sponsor.
Don’t forget to have an inventory carried out for your Milton Keynes property
DCLG pledges support for SAFEagent at NALS Conference 2014
The “Accidental Landlord” needs to know about our Guaranteed Rent service!
SAFEagents back Gas Safety Week 2014
Tenants confessions reveal (once again) why an inventory is vital!
The Importance Of Having A Tenant Guarantor (If You Want To Get Paid!)
A Reminder – LESA
(30-04-2013 09:43 AM)dsns Wrote: It is an aim of the government to make all private landlords check the immigration status of tenants. In fact, letting gents are actually supposed to do this already, but few are aware of that requirement. You can check this by asking to see a tenant's passport or ID documents. Their passport will be stamped (if they are not an EU citizen) with their permitted time to remain in the UK and their work permission. If they are an asylum seeker they will have a driving licence or passport like ID card issued by the home office.
What you are actually supposed to do with this information is another matter! There is nothing unlawful about letting a house to an illegal immigrant...yet