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Impact on Landlords as Furlough Scheme Ends

With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme having now been terminated, the impact on landlords will be significant. As the furlough scheme ends, research has strongly suggested that the epic withdrawal of financial support will undoubtably result in an increased risk of redundancies, evictions – and tenants in arrears. So, if you are feeling apprehensive as […]

Choices Estate Agency Sponsor Bike Ride in Aid of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)

What is Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)? Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a rare muscular disorder, most predominantly seen in boys, and generally diagnosed between the ages of 3 and 6. Characterised by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness and wasting of the muscles; DMD, in most cases, affects the leg muscles before the arms. This can mean that […]

The EPC Struggles are Real! Energy Efficiency Standards & Landlord concerns…

With post-COVID regulations continuing to threaten the PRS landscape; one of the latest causes for concern are the changes being made to Energy Efficiency Standards. All residential buy to let properties currently require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) of ‘E’. This applies to all assured tenancy, regulated tenancy and domestic agricultural tenancy agreements. All buy-to-let […]

What Would You do with a Year’s Rent Upfront?

Are you feeling under attack as a landlord in the current climate? You are not alone. Times are harder in the industry now than they have ever been, with financial uncertainty at an all-time high. Coupling this of course with the huge number of regulatory changes that the private rented sector has recently become subject […]

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