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As Founder and CEO since 2008, Jonathan’s passion for property, technology and entrepreneurship inspired the creation and innovation of With the support of a dedicated team of industry professionals, for the past 11 years he has built a digital marketplace offering low-cost services that empowers landlords and tenants to let and rent property with ease.

If you are letting a property in the UK, GDPR for landlords certainly affects you in a few key ways. But before we address these major changes, let’s take a quick look at

Compliance with landlord registration, HMO & Selective Licensing legislation is vital if you intend to rent out private properties in the UK.  Not least as it protects your lettings business and avoids hefty

It gives me pleasure to share some good news for landlords with respect to proposed changes to landlord gas safety regulations and responsibilities. UPDATE: These changes have now taken place and you can

This week I was fortunate enough to have a front row seat at the Legal Update 2018 seminar which covered GDPR, MEES and the Tenant Fee ban. [caption id="attachment_6500" align="aligncenter" width="570"] MEES, GDPR

When letting a property, one of the most common concerns you'll have is whether the tenant is going to stop paying rent during the tenancy and in this article, we'll look at a rent

Committing to a 6 month tenancy or longer with a 'perfect stranger' can be a daunting prospect, even for those of you who are 'seasoned' landlords.  So, we've devised 7 killer questions to

Short term rentals are certainly in demand with stays ranging from a few weeks to six months, with London having restrictions on the number of nights offered. The higher rental prices bring benefits

As of 1st April 2018 any properties rented out in the private rented sector to meet a minimum energy performance rating on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). In a bid to cut energy bills and carbon

I took a call this week from a landlord who has a tenant that is potentially looking at ending a tenancy agreement early.  The tenant has only just recently signed into a fixed