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  • Welsh PRS

    First Minister announces end of Section 21



    The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, has announced the end of Section 21 in Wales.

    Property Tribes heard about the announcement on twitter via Douglas Haig, Vice Chair of the Residential Landlords Association.



    We have searched the news streams, but cannot find any further information at this time.

    As Douglas Haig also commented on twitter in reference to policy in England - "Where one goes the other tends to follow. Not a lot of difference in policy with these two governments when it comes to the PRS".

    Property Tribes would like to hear from Welsh landlords as to how you feel this will effect your business, so please share your reactions.

    Further breaking news on changes to PRS legislation will be forthcoming in the next 48 hours and you will hear it first on Property Tribes.

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    It'll be interesting to see if they're finally bringing in the occupation contracts or just scrapping/revising S21.

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    A good teacher must know the rules; a good pupil, the exceptions.

    Martin H. Fischer

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    A good teacher must know the rules; a good pupil, the exceptions.

    Martin H. Fischer

    Not pleasant news. Will need to keep an eye and see how it moves forward.

    Local authorities are concerned re private landlords as they rely on private landlords to

    help keep waiting lists in check as they cant build enough homes.

    Letting agents already closing down in Wales ref No Fees.

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    If this becomes law then it will probably be the final coffin nail for any new benefit tenants - as nobody will take a tenant without RGI being available.

    Vast majority of private tenancies are ended by tenant rather than landlord - with average tenancy duration over 4 yrs and  a good number over 5 yrs per EHS 2017.

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