Coronavirus – Practical, Common Sense Information

 

Coronavirus – Practical, Common Sense Information

 

We’re fairly sure you know where to go for information about coronavirus and what assistance has been and is being put forward by the Government to help get your business through this crisis.

Many people and businesses are ‘doing their bit’ to help in whatever way they can and that includes us.

Below are some information sheets we’ve put together that we believe will help you to help your tenants and your landlords. If you find them useful, like the agents below have, feel free to copy, forward and distribute them to colleagues or business associates:

That was brilliant and a great help.” – Joanne Carrington, The Carrington Partnership

Thank you, this is really helpful ” – Amy Warden, One Sales and Lettings

Nice one – good info.” – Spencer Wood, Ultralets

This is the most helpful email I have received over the last three weeks! Thank you” – Melissa De-Vall, Revere property

Thank you! Useful information there.” –  Joshua Crosbie, Crosbie Property Services

 


 

‘Right to Rent’ checks – temporary measures

The government have said that ‘Right to Rent’ checks will continue to be necessary in line with the Code of Practice and it remains an offence to knowingly lease premises to a person who is not lawfully in the UK. You may not be arranging many or any new move ins at...

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You’re open for business – but what about your suppliers?

While you’re open for business you need to be sure that those people and organisations whose services and goods support your business will be able to continue doing so. IT and software support, telephone systems, inventories and client accounting are just a few of the...

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Help for your tenants with prepay meters

Tenants with prepaid electric and gas meters will naturally be worried about getting their prepaid keys and cards topped up if they can’t get out to do so. While some suppliers have acted quickly, others have been a little slower to confirm their plans. Below, by...

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Your tenants don’t have to be infected to be affected!

It’s more or less a given that as letting agents some, if not all of you, will over the next few weeks and months, be getting calls from tenants who are unable to pay their rent due to the ‘fall out’ from Coronavirus (Covid-19).Inevitably, jobs will be lost through...

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