There are so many things to do but only 24 hours in the day, so often something I am quite passionate about has to be kicked into the long grass for a while.
One such project was the updating and reviewing of my Lodger Landlord website. But happily, at long last, I have been able to move this forward.
At the time of writing this post, the site is offline, but Gill and I have been working over the past few weeks on an upgrade – something we should really have done months ago.
I am hoping that we will be able to make it live either this week or next week.
But what happened on the blog this week?
A rather short blog clinic post on a question from a landlord who wonders if he can claim rent after his tenant has been evicted.
The first of a series of posts about various aspects of our forthcoming Conference. This post looks at the Sprowston Manor Hotel and Country Club – our venue, and its history.
Our series reached right to rent and I look at how tenancy agreement clauses can help landords.
I announce our new tax workshop.
YAY! Ben is back.
- PM tackles domestic abuse – one good thing anyway
- The Guardian believes a hard Brexit would deepen the housing crisis
- Rogue landlord gets a criminal behaviour order and is forced to use a letting agent
- Survey shows up general landlord ignorance of law and rules – hopefully not readers of this blog!
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