Homeshift

Homeshift is a service that allows tenants to arrange the set-up and management of key household services in just a few minutes. Everything’s done online – including finding some of the best possible deals. Click on the video below to find out more. Homeshift makes Sense. It helps to take the stress out of renting, […]

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Make Moving Simpler. Make relationships last.

The secret is Homeshift We expect you’ve got a long list of things to sort out. You’re probably wondering if you can manage it all. Well, don’t panic because Homeshift can make things simpler. Homeshift is a service that allows tenants to arrange the set-up and management of key household services in just a few […]

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Warrington Roadshow Success

Yesterday saw the first of six 2019 LegalforLandlords roadshows. The day was very informative with useful information regarding the Tenant Fees Ban, content marketing, the do’s and don’ts regarding the Legal aspects of letting and how to obtain and keep landlords. A big thanks to our speakers: Christopher Watkin, Peter E. Savage and Sim Sekhon, […]

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LegalforLandlords – on the road and always going the extra mile

The LegalforLandlords team are looking to spread their wings this year and attend numerous events as well as hosting some of our own. All the events we’ll be attending in 2019 are listed below. Come and find us, we’re always happy to help. FEBRUARY: LegalforLandlords Roadshow – Warrington- 21/02/19 MARCH:  National Landlord Investment Show – […]

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Employee recognition awards

Last Friday saw the annual LegalforLandlords recognition awards take place in Warrington. The awards are to recognise the hard work the LegalforLandlords team do throughout the year with categories such as Best newcomer, Employee of the year and the prestigious Sim Sekhon award. The awards are also a chance to blow off some steam and […]

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Landlords: pawns in a political game?

Housing has always been a political issue, but as the levels of home ownership fall and concerns rise about Generation Rent, it’s become even more of a hot potato. Last week, on top of everything else that we’re facing, MPs called for the abolition of Section 21 evictions. The debate raised fair points but was […]

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The first major online agency collapse shows a deeply divided industry

Over the last few days, the cash-strapped online agency Emoov has been trying to find a buyer. Yesterday, it announced its attempts had been unsuccessful and appointed administrators. There is some hope that a rescue package can be put together, but commentators aren’t optimistic. Fifty or so of the firm’s staff are facing Christmas without […]

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Know your onions – tenant referencing without tears.

We’re all human. We put up with things because familiarity is comfortable. Even though somethings may not be working for us, we carry on using it. We tolerate the shortfalls and live with the frustration. We don’t grow, we don’t make progress. Tenant referencing is a good example. There are vast differences between the best and […]

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Sim Sekhon: The best lettings agents don’t let reasons become excuses

The business of operating a lettings agency is already regulated in Wales and Scotland. No doubt it won’t be long before England follows suit – the fees ban, and a raft of conditions are on the way. Although many won’t welcome the changes, they will, at least, level the playing field. They’ll give every agency […]

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