The world seems a more sombre and darker place than it did last week somehow.
However, the world is also a very different place to what it was fifty, thirty or even twenty years ago – because of the internet.
Take my business – which is all about rented property in England and Wales. It is both local and international. Most members are based in the UK, but there have been many from outside – from Australia, Italy, Switzerland, the Middle East and of course America to name but a few.
The internet links us all together and allows us to work together in friendship, internationally. Surely this is a good thing, and something which, now it has been let out of the bottle, cannot be put back again.
But what happened on the blog last week?
Taking a look at the cleaning instruction videos from Property Principles, now available on Landlord Law
I have been meaning to write a post about service of documents for a while. Here my main message is about service by post.
Stating the obvious really, but an important point none the less.
A blog clinic question on a not unusual problem.
An excellent interview and worth watching for all landlords.
Ben’s usual end of week look back at the news.
- Government announces consultation on lettings fee ban to be in March
- New industry trade body gets set to go ahead after first meeting of founding members
- An idea for low-cost housing in Bristol
- High-density London
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