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What Is A Sitting Tenant?

What Is A Sitting Tenant? Landlord Information

By Nicola Wood What Is A Sitting Tenant? What Is A Sitting Tenant? A sitting tenant is defined as someone who is renting a property that their landlord as the owner has decided to sell. If this decision has happened during the fixed term of a contract or the tenancy is protected, the sitting tenant keeps the right to continue living in the property once the property has been sold until the end of...

Best Property Letting Platform 2021 UK

Best Property Letting Platform 2021 UK

Best Property Letting Platform 2021 UK Best Property Letting Platform 2021 UK, Letting Cloud are delighted to pick up this award for the second year in a row, The BUILD Real Estate & Property Awards is a prestigious award in the property industry. Being nominated by our customers for this award gives us great confidence we are doing things right at Letting Cloud. CEO Grant MacCusker had...

Pet Friendly Demands On The Rise

Pet Friendly Property Demands On The Rise

Pet Friendly Property Demands On The Rise While rental demand has seen a rise of 18% over the past eighteen months, we have also seen a large demand for pet-friendly rental properties has more than doubled, enquiries to UK letting agents for pet-friendly rentals up 110%. Over half of UK adults are now thought to own a pet, the majority dog (26%) or cat (24%) owners (PDSA.org.uk). Our research has...

Grants for tenants in rent arrears

Grants for tenants in rent arrears in Scotland

Grants for tenants in rent arrears with £10m to help people worst affected by pandemic to avoid eviction. Local councils across Scotland have been given access to a £10 million fund by the Scottish Government, to provide grants to tenants who have fallen into rent arrears as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and are at risk of eviction. The grants will help tenants who are struggling financially...

Eviction Notice Rules For Landlords In England

Eviction Notice Rules For Landlords In England Changing From The 1st October!

Eviction Notice Rules For Landlords In England During the COVID-19 pandemic, landlords in England must provide four months notice to tenants. It currently still stands that to evict a tenant from a rented home under section 21 Housing Act 1988 the four month period is required. This is due to change and from 1st October 2021 this reverts back to a two months notice period which was the pre-COVID...

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Tenant Information Guide To Renting

https://lettingcloud.co.uk/tenant-information/ Tenancy jargon buster When you’re looking to rent, and particularly when you get to the point of signing tenancy agreements, you might come into contact with some terms and property jargon you are unfamiliar with. Here are some common terms you’re likely to come into contact with and an explanation of what they each...

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Are You Using The Correct Rental Process?

Correct Rental Process, Are You Using it? Being an agent or an Independent landlord is no means an easy job, knowing when to provide the correct documents at the correct times is crucial in making sure any tenancy is conducted in the correct manner and allowing a tenancy to be effective for the safeguarding of the tenant but also the landlord and their asset. The activist group Generation Rent is...

Property Letting Portal of the Year 2021 – UK

Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence - Property Letting Portal of the Year 2021 – UK In January 2021 Letting had received notification that a submission from an external Government body had recommended Letting Cloud on merit of innovation and Excellence in the property portal industry. We were delighted as a team to receive this news and we accepted the award and virtually celebrated as a...

What does the latest government restrictions mean for you?

The latest government restrictions for you and rental property When you can leave home (UK Government) You must not leave or be outside of your home except where you have a ‘reasonable excuse’. This will be put in law. The police can take action against you if you leave home without a ‘reasonable excuse’, and issue you with a fine (Fixed Penalty Notice). Moving home You can still move...

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