What is the impact of low stock on the lettings market?
Professionals in the Lettings Industry will be very aware that the demand for rental properties is at an all-time high. However, the amount of available stock is dwindling, especially in the North of England. But why is this happening and what impact is it having on the market?
Right to Rent Checks have changed
The Home Office has published new guidance on how to deliver Right to Rent checks following the end of the grace period created by the EU Withdrawal Agreement. From 1st July 2021, the majority of EEA citizens will prove their Right to Rent using the Home Office online checking service. Those who have made a […]
Contingency planning for 2021: What do landlords and agents need to know?
2020 was the year of the unprecedented. Covid-19’s impact on the property market simply couldn’t have been prepared for and, despite the damage caused, property professionals have poured their efforts into recovery. What 2021 represents, therefore, is a crucial opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned, and ensure the year becomes one that is led […]
Rent Guarantee Insurance – Now an essential part of your business!
So what exactly is it? If you don’t know already, Rent Guarantee Insurance (RGI) is a way to protect your business and landlords. It is an insurance policy that covers against non-payment of rent as well as supplying legal help and covering the costs involved in the eviction process. If your tenants are unable to […]
How can PropTech adapt within an uncertain market?
Ever since the initial ripples of innovation in the 1990s, PropTech has proceeded to reshape our market beyond recognition; going on to disrupt our traditional business models and encourage new ways of working. However, the technology our industry now relies on is facing a monumental challenge; how to adapt in order to see the market […]
If you’re getting something for free, it’s probably because you’re the product
Property professionals unknowingly sacrifice crucial elements of their business to the lucrative benefit of their ‘free’ service provider.