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Autumn Statement 2016: Lettings agent fees will be banned
In his Autumn Statement on 23rd November, the Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that the government will bring in a ban on all letting agents fees being charged to tenants “as soon as possible”.
From 23rd November Homes4Let immediately stopped charging our Tenants such fees. Already one of the Councils that we work with has reacted to our swift decision. “Well done, that is so good to hear. We hope that other letting agents follow the example of Home4Let.”
Our Tenants are obviously delighted, but many in the media are speculating that landlords will be expected to cover these losses to the letting agencies, therefore driving up rents.
Homes4Let want to assure Landlords that they will not be passing on this loss of income to Landlords in the form of higher management fees. Homes4let charges Landlords a flat commission with no extras, administration fees or charges.
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Anna Lewin, one of our landlords, has posted this lovely Five Star review for Homes4Let on Google My Business. Thank you Anna, your kind words are much appreciated. At Homes4Let we aim to provide a professional, approachable and complete service for our landlords. It appears we are doing well!
Anna wrote: (10th August 2016)
"The best! Everything you would like a letting agency to be and more. Completely took the stress out of Letting my home. No hidden fees, everything is included, and up to date advice and guidance on current legislation and requirements".