It has emerged in recent weeks that the government could soon look to ban ‘Gazumping’. A fundamental move which will prevent millions of house sales falling through each year, and avoiding the disappointment faced by buyers.
In light of recent flooding that has caused catastrophic damage across much of the UK, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors are advising businesses and homeowners to prepare for extreme weather in the future by creating flood plans to protect their properties.
With the new Right to Rent Scheme launched on 1st February 2016, Landlords are now required by law to check any potential immigration status before granting a tenancy. Failure to do so can result in fines of up to £3000.
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