Should Landlords Break Clauses In Accommodation Contracts?

UNIVERSITY students believe break clauses should be automatically included in tenancy agreements to protect them financially in the event of a second wave of coronavirus, according to a survey conducted by websites Money Magpie and Save The Student. The break clause would lapse the rental contract, meaning students required to return […]

Things All Landlords Should Know Before Managing HMOs

While bedsits and roommate arrangements have always existed, a number of cultural shifts are increasing the number of HMOs. This includes the increase of Monday to Friday renters in London and other urban centres and college students moving from dorms to shared houses. As a property owner, HMOs can be […]

COVID-19 – Crunch Time for Business Occupiers

No matter the sector, be it technology, finance, manufacturing, resources, real-estate or any other, virtually all UK businesses rent their HQ and operational premises under commercial leases. As the impact of COVID-19 on the UK economy becomes clear, an increasingly common question is: “What steps can I take concerning reduction […]

Eviction Bans & Tenant Protection.. What It Means

Business Rate Reliefs, Mortgages Frozen, Tenancy Eviction Bans it all seems a lot to take in right now so how can you profit (or at least ensure you are least effected) through these hard times ahead?… We look at the current situation in the UK In light of the most […]