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#ExpertView: Reflecting on the past as we prepare for the future

| 15 December 2021

NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle on the changes ahead as we enter 2022.

Winter is coming: Getting the house ready for the colder months (including winter checklist)

| 25 November 2021

With winter just upon us, it’s important for landlords, agents and renters to prepare their properties for the harsh weather to come.

#ExpertView: ‘Perfect storm’ as benefits cut and furlough ends

| 18 October 2021

NRLA Chief Executive Ben Beadle warns of debt crisis for landlords and tenants

#ExpertView: A simple script for agents to help generate more revenue from lettings

| 2 September 2021

In this week’s #ExpertView, Kerfuffle’s Commercial & Strategic Director, Richard Durrant, reveals how bringing sales and financial services together can generate more revenue from lettings that benefits everyone.

#ExpertView What the Government Must do Next to Save the Private Rented Sector

| 2 July 2021

NRLA chief executive, Ben Beadle, discusses the crisis facing the courts as Covid-19 restrictions are eased, and looks at what the Government must do to save the Private Rented Sector (PRS).

#TheAdjudicator: Tenancy Deposit Deductions – Have you Explained Why?

| 23 June 2021

This TDS adjudicator case study illustrates how a little explanation goes a long way towards resolving disputes early and maintaining good relationships with tenants.

#PressRelease: The Dispute Service Shortlisted in ESTAS Top Property Industry Suppliers Award

| 18 June 2021

Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS), Safe Deposits Scotland and TDS Northern Ireland have all been recognised for their outstanding customer service by The ESTAS, the biggest award scheme in the UK residential property industry.

#NewsStory: TDS Offers a Helping Hand to Landlords and Agents in New Magazine

| 20 May 2021

#NewsStory: TDS Offers a Helping Hand to Landlords and Agents in New Magazine

#TheAdjudicator: Growing Evidence for a Mould Dispute Claim

| 20 April 2021

A recent poll by Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) found that two-thirds of landlords have experienced mould in their property. However, responsibility isn’t always cut and dry, and the majority of landlords agree that mould and condensation could be either the landlord’s or tenant’s responsibility depending on the situation.

Where does that leave you in the case of a tenancy deposit dispute regarding mould? Much of a claim’s outcome will depend on evidence, as this previous TDS adjudication case study shows.

#ExpertView: Energy assessors support mortgage lenders to understand the energy performance of homes

| 1 April 2021

This week’s #ExpertView is written by Fiona Wilson, Business Development Manager with Elmhurst Energy. Find out how energy assessors support mortgage lenders to understand the energy performance of homes here.

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