jobba hemifrån sökes Rosalind Renshaw from Property Industry Eye highlights Labours intentions regarding letting agent fees together with longer tenancy terms…..

تعلم هذا هنا الآن Labour’s manifesto, published yesterday, has confirmed that the party will ban letting agent fees if it wins the election. The manifesto also confirms that it will legislate to make three-year tenancies the norm and introduce rent caps.

optionrally شركة The manifesto says: “For the 11 million people who rent privately, we will legislate to make three-year tenancies the norm, with a ceiling on excessive rent rises.

كارت فوركس “A ban on unfair letting agent fees will save renters over £600.

اشتراك الاسهم السعودية اليوم “We will drive standards up by creasing a national register of private landlords.” بيع وشراء في الاسهم The manifesto also says that Labour will build at least 200,000 homes a year by 2020. Under Labour, a “new generation of garden cities” would also be built. اسعار الاسهم اليوم في سوق أبوظبي In a further confirmation of plans previously announced, the Labour manifesto says a mansion tax will be introduced to help fund improvements to the NHS.

خيار ثنائي مراجعة البرمجيات Meanwhile, Eye’s story yesterday alerting agents in Walthamstow, London, that Stella Creasy and her supporters were due to embark on a mystery shopping exercise of their fees was highlighted by her on Twitter.

ثنائي خيارات الروبوت تحميل مجاني She tweeted: “amazing @alexhilton – letting agents upset walthamstow campaigners wanted to see if transparent about their fees….#saysitall”

الخيارات الثنائية تجريبي التداول Thirteen minutes later, she tweeted: “Want to know why Walthamstow needs Labour Govt? Local letting agents upset asking about fees – lab would ban them!”  

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