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Do you know what your monthly rent is?

27th October 2016

Many agencies and marketing platforms (eg Zoopla and Rightmove) advertise their rents as per week (pw); these rents however are usually requested to be paid by per month(pcm). This seems to be the custom in the UK these days.

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Back to Leeds? Let us make sure you’re all set to move in!

14th September 2016

It’s not long till we are back to Student Life after a nice long summer break; here’s a little DEU guide to help you get settled into your new home.

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Annual Landlords' Conference 2016

13th September 2016

Calling all landlords! Here's a date for your diaries...

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Hot Tips For Tenants!

19th August 2016

Are you still looking for the perfect new home?

Are you a student? Or perhaps a graduate who has just secured a new job? Maybe a family relocating to the area? We are here to help!

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Roundhay Food Festival

19th August 2016

Why not treat yourself to a little pre-bank holiday fun this weekend at the Roundhay Food Festival?

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MORE JOBS = PROPERTY BOOM!

10th August 2016

In 2008, the financial crisis had everyone in despair, the housing market in Leeds was amongst the most affected cities with prices dropping tremendously...

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Have you got the right to rent?

8th August 2016

New rules have been causing confusion all over the UK, so let us break it down for you...

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Licensed to Improve

28th June 2016

The secretary of State for the department of local communities approved a selective licensing scheme for landlords and managers of privately rented properties in two areas of Leeds in 2009, to improve living conditions for the residents and local community.

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Residential Property

28th June 2016

Changes to the section 21 procedure

On October 1st 2015, sections 33 to 41 of the deregulation act 2015 came into force. They contain new protocols which must be abided by regarding how and when landlords can serve a notice ending an assured shorthold tenancy, under section 21 of the Housing Act (1998).

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Sealing the Envelope

28th June 2016

The past 20 years have seen an emphasis on developing more energy efficient buildings. The main motives are to improve energy efficiency, reducing heating bills and increasing comfort levels for occupiers. To achieve this buildings are being made more airtight whilst ensuring the number areas of leakage are reduced. Airtightness guidance was introduced to encourage improvements along with air permeability testing. The results are used to assess the buildings thermal insulation and overall energy use.

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