Dates to Watch in 2021

What a strange and tumultuous year we had. In the wake of the Tier 4 announcement, let us instead focus our sights towards the new year and some key dates for landlords in 2021. Although nobody can predict the future, being prepared ...

The PRS After Lockdown – Landlord FAQ

This is a post we have been meaning to write since July, but which, like so many things, has been delayed because of COVID. What a different world we live in now! We hope you and your loved ones are safe and well. So much has changed, ...

Coronavirus and Housing

With all that has happened in the past month, we know this is a difficult time in so many ways. We hope you will find this blog helpful with advice on how to cope with housing issues arising from the COVID-19 crisis. Please note the ...

“Lia Choi blazes the trail with an ethical approach in the property sector!”

  We are pleased to announced that we have been featured in the East End Trades Guild’s blog.

2019 in Five Minutes

  What a year it’s been, culminating with the last-minute General Election that put everyone in a tizz. Let’s blitz through the year that was in our last blog post of 2019.

Abolishing Section 21

This weekend will see the end of the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government’s (MCLG) consultation on abolishing the so-called ‘no fault’ eviction (Section 21) and improving the grounds for Section 8. The consultation ...

Home Staging – Is It Worth The Effort?

So, you’ve decided to sell your property. After all the hard work of weighing up the pros and cons of selling and choosing your agent to sell for you or deciding to take the DIY approach, it would be a mistake to underestimate the ...

Marybow Property blog May 2019

The Tenant Fees Ban and Its Impact

The Tenant Fees Act will come into effect on June 1, 2019, and its introduction is certainly causing a stir in the industry. But what will be its impact on landlords, tenants and agents? We’re not here to give you the nitty gritty ...

“Why should I employ agents to find tenants? I have the time to find them myself.”

The question of why you should employ agents to find tenants for your property is a common one. If you, as a landlord, have the time, and have cheap access to tenant-finding portals, why should you not find tenants yourself and save on ...

Legislative Update – Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019

The landscape for buy-to-let landlords has seen a number of changes over the last few years and this is set to continue. In this New Year blog, we summarise the changes from last year and those we can expect to see in 2019.

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