Atkinson McLeod - September 2014 Newsletter
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Atkinson McLeod - September 2014 Newsletter

Landlords in England are witnessing a booming rental market, with earnings from rental payments in excess of £32 billion per year. Our first article this month looks at this and other facts highlighted by some recent research.

Six months on from the launch of Land Registry’s Property Alert service, more than 12,000 people have signed up to the free service which provides an early warning of suspicious activity on someone’s property. In our second article we look at the service and how you as a Landlord can benefit from it.

Finally we look at a recent court case where a rogue landlord has been fined more than £30,000 after letting a house that was described as having the potential to have killed his tenants and which contained a bedroom with a ceiling less than four feet high.

As ever, if you’ve got any questions or feedback, please call us or drop us a line. Alternatively, just drop into your local branch of Atkinson McLeod.

Best regards,

Giles Atkinson and Dan McLeod

Atkinson McLeod London Estate Agent

Landlords enjoying "record income from letting"

Property Alert service proves popular in the fight against property fraud.

Rogue landlord fined more than £30,000

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