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Landlords: don’t let fines wipe out profits

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The buy-to-let business in London is booming but landlords face fines amounting to thousands of pounds if they’re not on top of mounting new laws. The last few months have seen two new and very important regulations pertaining to privately rented property come into effect. Failure to meet them could see landlords face civil penalties of up to £8,000.

New laws in the lettings market

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Thursday, 29 October 2015

New lettings laws now and in the immediate future reshape the private rental market

If you’re looking at flats to rent in London there are several new lettings laws that will have a bearing on your tenancy. The new rules introduced by the Government in October 2015 are designed to make the private rental sector fairer and safer for tenants.

Change in anti-money laundering legislation is crucial for London market says Sandfords

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Monday, 21 September 2015

Despite having tight controls in place to prevent them being used for money laundering, Sandfords, a Central and North West London agent, are urging the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) to lobby the government immediately in order to bring about a fundamental change in the current anti-money laundering legislation, with regards to sub agent due diligence, which will support London agents in their everyday business.

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