Got a few announcements to make this week.
First – our Landlord Law Conference is now open for bookings.
I will do a proper post on this during the week, but in the meantime you can see what is on offer and how you can get a 50% discount on the Conference fee via www.lllconf.co.uk (the same as our official hashtag #lllconf – neat eh?)
Second – I am considering doing a guide to help landlords and agents getting access for gas inspections.
Third – we have a couple more workshops coming.
These will be an ending tenancies workshop in London and one on tenancy agreements in Norwich. I am finalising the arrangements, but if you think you might want to come along, please sign up to the >> mailing list and I will keep you informed.
But what happened on the blog?
A blog clinic question this which attracted a few comments so is obviously a bit of a problem. Take a look here …
I have replaced the ‘shop’ page on this blog with a link to a new ‘Kits’ site. Which has links to buy most of my ebooks and kits and guides. This site will also be a place where I can host kits and guides as and when I get them written. Take a look here …
Another in my tenancy agreements series – I take a look at lettings which allow pets and the implications for your tenancy agreement. Find out more here …
A quite note about the successful ending tenancies workshop which took place on Wednesday. Read about it here …
Ben is on holiday this week so Steve Sims has stepped into the breach with a column on tax. Steve will be writing more on the blog in the new year. Read the post here …
- The Office of Fair Trading launches a study into leasehold management
- Apparently 40% of tenants have to borrow to pay deposits say Landlord Today
- Issue 33 of the Frontliner – the online newsletter Ben and I do for social housing workers