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Tower Hamlets council today were the first borough in London to enforce the new crackdown on rogue landlords, letting and managing agents. Leading the way, Tower Hamlet's issued 27 fines to landlords and lettings agents ranging from £1000 - £10,000. This is all done under an initiative to crack down on agents and landlords that tarnish the reputation of the industry and make tenants lives a misery by not sticking to the laws that protect private renters. Do you think Fining landlords and letting agents will make the industry better? Original artic
Hi, We are looking for recommended estate agents who manage HMO properties in Failsworth or Oldham area. We are looking for agents to manage our two 6 bed HMO properties in the M35 area. Our current agents are not delivering a service to our standards and covid has highlighted a lot of inefficiencies in their service which is costing us time and money. Our search and interactions with a few agents has not resulted in much success. Any recommendations of agents used by people in the area would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance, stay safe. Best regards, Manju http
Hi all A quick summary of what I am doing: buying a BTL under 450K in clapham and hoping for some future growth ( long term investment) I live overseas and so need a managing agent. I have 2 questions (for now) 1. Could anyone recommend a managing agent or not recommend for that matter? - oddly I can't find reviews on managing agents which seems rather odd as almost everything these days is reviewed 2. If i am buying a stock standard flat that has no apparent issues would most of you get a property surveyor to take a look?