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Landlord Update: Money Laundering Checks

By Emma Broughton Turner in News

From 10 January 2020, all letting agents who manage properties which have an income of 10,000 Euros per month (or equivalent) or more, must now comply with updated money laundering regulations. For landlords and letting agents this means checks on where the money is coming from to pay the rent....

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Covid-19: What is happening at Helen Breeze Property Management

By Emma Broughton Turner in News

With the government moving on to a near ‘lock down’ phase we wanted to give you an update on what we are doing. Our priority is to protect our staff, tenants, landlords, contractors and all those that we work with while adhering to the Government guidelines to clamp down on the spread of Covi...

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Should 2020 be the year you invest in property?

By Emma Broughton Turner in News

The new year always brings a time of reflection and it is no different in the property market. With more individual investor landlords choosing to invest in property rather than in a pension fund it has meant that demand has remained relatively consistent over the last couple of years.    The mar...

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Landlord Update: Electrical safety standards on the way for England

By Emma Broughton Turner in News

Sections 122 and 123 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 (electrical safety standards) came into force on 25 October 2019, taking us one step closer to the introduction of mandatory electrical safety checks. The following 8 recommendations were made by the Electrical Safety Working Group and now...

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Tenant Fees Act 2019: Your questions answered.

By Emma Broughton Turner in News

Over the last few weeks we've had lots of calls about the changes to tenant fees that were introduced at the beginning of June 2019. Here we aim to answers some of those questions. What is the Tenant Fees Act 2019? The Tenant Fees Act 2019 outlines the Government’s approach to banning lettin...

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