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It seems that every month I have a new piece of legislation to tell you about, and this time it`s no different. After more than 30 years in the industry I do despair how our housing laws are constantly “tinkered” with by persons who really have no knowledge or understanding of how their purely reactionary decisions will work in practise. This one however really takes the biscuit. There is a government plan to introduce mandatory minimum...

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Latest Beccles Independent article

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Within the next 4 years the government apparently wants us to be building 300,000 new homes per year. There is however no statistical evidence to prove that this will result in greater home ownership, as more and more people decide to rent. Private renting has double in the past 10 or so years to just under 5 million homes and the private rented sector continues to expand. One of the problems for first time buyers is that tighter lending...

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Latest Beccles Independent article

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I hope you enjoyed reading my article last month, or at least found it informative. This month I will concentrate on property letting and management rather than sales, so as to give you a different perspective. There has been enormous change within the industry since I started way back in the mid- 80`s. The introduction of the Housing Act 1988, in January 1989, was the most far reaching since with the introduction of the Assured Shorthold...

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News on our new sales service

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This may very well be the first of a regular column in which I will talk about the residential sales and lettings market in and around our lovely town that we are proud to call home. I personally have been in the industry since shortly after leaving the local high school way back in 1984 and have always worked within the Waveney Valley area. For this reason I like to think that I have a handle on the way things are done in these parts....

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Landlords - make sure your property is up to spec.

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From April 2018, private rental properties will need to have a minimum EPC rating of E or it will be illegal to rent them to tenants. This will only initially apply to new tenancies and renewal but in April 2020, the rule will be extended to incorporate all private rentals. Properties with a EPC rating of F or G will either need to be taken off the market after this date or improvements implemented.

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