Landlords – mould in your rental property – cause and responsibility

We look at what causes mould, when you must act if your rental property develops mould and whose responsibility it ism to fix the problem.

Government confirms it will uprate benefits by inflation

It is very welcome news that the Chancellor has confirmed that the government will uprate benefits by inflation with an increase of 10.1%, giving families on Universal Credit a boost of £600 per year. W would also like to have seen some form of tax relief for landlords who let to tenants in receipt of benefits to encourage them to remain in the sector.

If UC rises with inflation, claimants could get £52 more per month

On Thursday 17 November, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will set out the Autumn Statement. The Government is under increasing pressure uplift benefits and pensions in line with inflation.

Shortlisted for Supplier of the Year Professional Support

?Caridon Landlord Solutions, part of the Caridon Group, has been shortlisted for a Negotiator Award under the category Supplier of the Year: Professional Support. Caridon Group has also been shortlisted for Community Champion of the Year.

The Negative Implications of Scrapping Section 21 ‘No Fault’ Evictions

?In recent years, there has been a growing movement in the UK to scrap Section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions. Section 21 allows landlords to evict tenants without giving a reason. It has now been confirmed that Section 21 will be scrapped as part of the Renters Reform Bill.

Landlords Need Help!

?Rising energy, food and other bills are making it increasingly difficult for many tenants to meet their rent payments – subsequently meaning landlords are also struggling.