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March 10th 2022
Changes from 6 April 2022 will impact how letting agents and landlords in England conduct Right to Rent checks.
March 10th 2022
Trading Standards and the government have jointly announced compulsory material information which must appear on property listings.A property's council tax band or rate (for lettings and sales) and the property price and tenure information (for sales) must be included on all property listings by 31st May 2022.
January 25th 2022
Goodfellows Estate and Letting Agency are delighted to announce the opening of a new branch in New Malden following growing demand and a noticeable trend for new buyers and tenants.
January 21st 2022
The Government Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities in relation to tackling COVID-19 have communicated the following steps that tenants can take to tackle the virus.
January 5th 2022
Your responsibilities as a landlord in relation to COVID-19 and your tenants.As a landlord, the government is asking that you help to encourage behaviours around good ventilation with your tenants.
November 16th 2021
The government recently announced that it will make £65m available to support low income households who are in rent arrears, as a result of the pandemic. As a landlord or a tenant, what does this mean for you?
September 30th 2021
Section 21 notice periods are changing on 1st October. Find out more 
May 27th 2021
There are numerous changes affecting landlords in 2021. Our helpful guide focuses on some key legislation updates that landlords need to be aware of.
May 27th 2021
The Queen's Speech on 11th May confirmed that the Renters' Reform Bill is back on the agenda for 2021, with the response to the 2019 proposals now expected in the autumn, when the government will outline its reform package for the PRS.Read on to find out more about some of the fairly significant proposed changes.
May 27th 2021
With multiple lockdowns and the tier system now thankfully behind us, landlords and tenants are able to enjoy more relaxed restrictions. We outline the current recommended best-practice guidance from the government for visits to tenanted properties.
May 27th 2021
Under the new Government Model Tenancy Agreement announced in January 2021, landlords will no longer be able to issue blanket bans on pets, with objections made only where there is good reason...
May 27th 2021
There are numerous changes affecting landlords in 2021. Our helpful guide focuses on five key financial pointers that landlords need to be aware of.