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Landlords now asking for a guarantor

Increasingly worried landlords are demanding that their tenants offer a guarantor in the face of looming rent arrears, research reveals. According to referencing firm Goodlord, the region with the largest proportion of new tenancies being offered with a guarantor is for renters in the South West. That’s where 28% of landlords are requesting their tenant […]

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Michael Gove promises to ‘name and shame’ bad landlords and impose unlimited fines on offenders

Michael Gove has promised to ‘name and shame’ bad landlords in the wake of toddler Awaab Ishak’s death from a mouldy flat. The Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Secretary told MPs he hoped to end the ‘scandal’ of residents living in ‘shoddy, substandard homes’ like those on Awaab’s estate in Rochdale, Greater Manchester. The two-year-old died […]

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Build to rent on the increase, anaylsis says

Analysis released by the British Property Federation on 20 October states that the sector could be worth £170bn by 2032 as a result of the number of Build to Rent units in the UK rising from 76,800 to more than 380,000. The difficulty that individual landlords face is the raft of new regulations introduced by […]

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MEETINGS & EVENTS

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ABOUT iHOWZ

iHowz can trace its roots back to 1974 when a group of landlords in Brighton banded together to represent their views with the local council. Now the same council turns to the association to help formulate its plans.

iHowz exists to represent landlords’ views at central and local Government; aid landlords to run their businesses properly; keep landlords up to date with appropriate information; negotiate trade discounts; enable and encourage networking.

If required, we will take a robust opposition to any proposals, but prefer to discuss and negotiate.

Many landlord associations do similar, but iHowz is Not-For-Profit, and exists purely to help, not make a profit nor pay directors large sums.

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