You may recall that we set up a blog survey a few months ago. Many thanks indeed to everyone who responded.
The survey is now closed (a bit later than I intended) and I can report that the lucky winner of David’s Lawrenson’s book ‘Successful Property Letting’ is Edith Haynes.
The book will be winging its way to her very soon.
We will now be studying the survey and seeing how we can improve the blog over the coming months.
But what happened on the blog this week?
Just letting you know that we now take payments via credit card rather than pay pal. Find out more here …
A blog clinic question looking at one of the classic tenant delaying tactics – read more here …
The start of a new series on tenancy agreements. Read it here …
Taking a look at what you are supposed to do and what the HSE say about it. Find out more here …
Ben talks of dawn raids on illegal immigrants in pubs (or so they thought), summonses being issued without proper legal staff to deal with them, and the current Housing Minster’s dismissive attitude towards the housing crisis. Read it all here …
- LAG compare housing reform in England and the rest of the UK
- Andrew Brookes of Anthony Gold discusses the greater than expected reduction in housing legal aid
- Landlord Today reports that 63% of tenants don’t know letting agents aren’t regulated
- I am interviewed by Legal Futures