There's been a lot of doom and gloom over the recent months, but we think there are reasons to feel positive too. Whether you are already a Landlord or a homeowner, or wanting to invest in the near future, 2020 and beyond may still be good for property.
During the Corona Crisis, we have received several calls and emails from Landlords who self-manage their property requesting guidance and advice. One of the most common questions we are being asked about is about rent and rent arrears.
We are excited to introduce the newest member of the Let Leeds team, Alexandra, who joins us as Sales Manager to head up our Sales division.
Many Landlords are unaware of the legal requirement for their Letting Agent to be registered with a Client Money Protection (CMP) Scheme, and are therefore putting themselves at financial risk.
Leeds continues to be a brilliant choice for investors looking for stable investment in the buy to let market.
As we predicted, the Government has proposed detailed regulations for enforcing mandatory five-year electrical safety checks for all properties in the Private Rented Sector, to come into effect from July this year.
As of this week, new laws require Landlords with properties in the Beeston and Harehills area of Leeds to hold a Selective Licence.
The Let Leeds offices will close for the Christmas Break on Friday 20th December and will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2020.
Students who sign for their 2020 property by November 30th will get a fifty pound voucher to spend on their new home in our Black Friday offer!
It's been an incredibly busy few months here at Let Leeds, and we wanted to give you all a bit of an update of what's been going on with us and in the Leeds Letting Market in general.