One London letting agent has said it will start charging landlords £240 for credit and other checks on top of its current fees – and has urged landlords to pass on the cost to tenants.
This week’s property is truly the definition of one of a kind, with its wacky carnival vibe and Turkish inspired design it features its very own bowling alley, which was previously owned by Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich.
PropTech could help letting agents offset losses caused by the introduction of the Tenant Fees Act, according to an expert in the sector.
With less than a month until the Tenant Fees Act becomes law, letting agents are being urged to reduce their staffs’ admin burden to allow them to focus on delivering a good service for landlords and tenants at what is an increasingly difficult time for the buy-to-let sector.
This week’s property is a prestigious seven-bedroom house based in the heart of London, with remarkable rooftop views of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the House of Lords.