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A landlord has been sent to prison for eight months for failing to declare she owned a property, let out to a private tenant, when she applied for a council house.

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Landlords who had prepared for Olympic gold are now dealing with the fall-out of a non-event.

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Manchester Building Society is launching two 25-year fixed-rate mortgages, including an interest-only deal, for buy-to-let investors.

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The Northern Tech Awards, organised by industry association Techcelerate and staged at Salford's Lowry Hotel saw makeurmove be awarded Best Consumer Tech Company.

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Further update on the new EPC regulations...

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Landlords and letting agents from the 6th April 2012 will be required to comply with a new EPC scheme.

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New research carried out by The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) suggests an easing in the demand for market rentals and an increase in...

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Landlords are required to protect deposit as a result of legislation that came into effect on 6 April 2007.  This means that all deposits taken for Assured Shorthold Tenancies after that date must covered by a tenancy deposit protection scheme.

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The Association of Residential Landlords (ARLA) is currently running a voluntary licensing scheme for letting agents in conjunction with a money protection scheme for clients of its members. However, they have recently noted that the work they are doing would be "undermined" provided the government did not make licensing compulsory.

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On 1 April 2010 the Gas Safety Register replaced the Corgi Gas Register. All landlord gas safety certificates must now be provided by a Gas Safe registered engineer. Full details can be seen at: http://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/advice/renting_a_property/for_landlords.aspx

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