Brexit and the Right to Rent

With just weeks to go until Britain officially leaves the European Union, landlords across England will be considering the impact of Brexit on the right to rent. Since its implementation in 2016, right to rent legislation means landlords in England are now responsible for ensuring that prospective tenants applying to live in their property have the legal right to do so – and they face harsh penalties should they fail to carry out the right checks. The uncertainty over Brexit means its impact on right to rent regulations remains unclear, but we’ve put together the below to help clarify what More ›

Predicting the future, well the direction of the Property market

Predicting the future – well, the direction of the property market Is it a dark art or science? One of the great things about the London property market is that it’s at the cutting edge of the housing market in the UK. This clearly has plenty of positives, but a negative for this position is that it’s very hard to predict where the market may be in three, six or twelve months time. To a degree, most of the data that is published about the housing market is based on out of date information. Land registry data is the most More ›