Property Investors Weekly News: 26/10/2020
Good evening you Sourcesome people. We are here again for your weekly dose of property news and we’ve pulled together some of the hottest property article. So strap in, turn off the tv and get ready for some updates:
Lockdown rules published (Wales) – list of landlords’ COVID-safe responsibilities
A “firebreak lockdown” has been introduced across Wales to help regain control of coronavirus. This means a series of restrictive measures have been in place from last night 6pm Friday until 12.01am Monday 9th November.
The article below publishes latest rules which are of importance to landlords. Property moves will be able to go ahead if they already have a date, otherwise they will have to wait.
MP launches Bill to outlaw pet discrimination by landlords
Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell’s Dogs and Domestic Animals (Accommodation and Protection) Bill aims to give tenants the right to live with their pet – provided that they can prove they are responsible pet owners.
Tenant demand hits four-year high
Research carried out on behalf of Paragon Bank has revealed that during July to September tenant demand hit a four-year high, with landlords in the North West and South West reporting the strongest levels of growth.
Have a great week and speak soon!