Another week over and time for another roundup.
This week we have two ‘fast track‘ blog clinic posts. Just so you know – this is the paid version of the popular ‘blog clinic’.
There are so many blog clinic questions that, as I answer then in rotation, I am usually about four months or so late in my answer. Which I don’t regard as a huge problem as the answer will almost certainly help someone else with the same issues.
However, if you want an answer to your problem NOW there is a paid option – the fast track – where I undertake to do the answer within 14 days or your money back. Generally, I do the answer within about 48 hours. You can read about it here.
But what happened on the blog this week?
We start the week with a fast track blog clinic question from someone with a deposit issue. Read all about it here …
I talk to Tom about his background in property and the LandlordZONE site. Listen to it here …
Ben talks about a law which enforcement officers could use but tend not to. See what it is here …
A rather complex ‘fast track’ blog clinic question which attracted quite few comments too. Read the post and comments here …
Ben talks about the real effects of benefit cuts. See what else he said here …
- Dawn Foster in the Guardian explains why HB pumped into the private sector is dead money
- Taking a look at what Sadiq Khan is doing for housing in London
- The Telegraph considers whether or not we have a shortage of bricks
- ARLA reports that court fees may rise again
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