Tag Archives: letting fee ban

What the new draft Tenant Fee Ban bill means for you.

The UK Government is continuing its work on overhauling the UK’s ’broken housing market’. Part of its plans focus on the private rental sector. And, under plans outlined in the draft Tenant Fee Ban Bill, all letting fees will be banned. The draft bill, published early in November details the reason behind the bill. It… Read More »

The Rental Market in a Post-Brexit World

As you’re no doubt fed up of hearing and reading – the outlook surrounding Brexit is uncertain and so it is the rental market. We’re sure you know why, so we won’t bore you with that right now. What we do want to discuss is how the UK’s residential lettings market might look, post-Brexit. Let’s… Read More »

Letting fee ban – Autumn Statement 2016 – Will it change the UK property market?

The letting fee ban is one of the key points raised in the Autumn Statement 2016 that could affect the UK property market. Most likely, letting agents will no longer be allowed to charge any fee to renters. This means less money for the agency, but also less money to pay for the tenants before… Read More »