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Well, what about 2020, eh? I think we can all agree when I say "good riddance" to that one! Last year, when I told my friends I was joining an online agency, they

On Thursday 8th January, the government announced a 6-week extension to the existing ban on bailiff-enforced evictions. The ban - brought in to support renters during the pandemic - continues to apply to

On Monday 12th October, the government announced a tiered system of national COVID alert levels to manage local outbreaks and advise local authorities and residents on what they can do. With different alert

During lockdown, the rental sector was turned upside down. Lettings and estate agents across the country were hit hard - with some forced to close their doors for good. Landlords and tenants also

The Welsh government have introduced a 6-month notice period for landlords seeking to evict their tenants. The announcement was made on Thursday 23rd July and applies to notices given on or after Friday

Back in July, the government announced changes to eviction processes in England and Wales. These temporary measures aim to help the courts cope with the influx of possession proceedings once the 'eviction ban'

I would like to share my experience of renting a single let property which came back to me because of COVID 19. The property was initially let on an 18-month contract via LettingaProperty.com. The

With 'in-person' viewings posing a COVID-19 risk, many landlords are now relying on the power of photography and virtual viewings to seal the deal with potential tenants. Back in March 2020, the initial

According to our rental data, 9% of tenants have experienced financial difficulties during these uncertain times and are looking to their landlords for either a rent payment holiday, a revised rent payment plan

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