Agents – are you compliant with the new transparency rule?

The National Trading Standards announced steps introducing new material disclosure rules, on what agents and landlords should include in property listings.

This is being introduced in three stages, with stage 1 going live at the end of May 2022.

Stage 1 - The basics stipulated on property portal l...

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  1. Veronica Chalmers

    The continuum of fewer properties for tenants to rent is sealed with each new requirement for LL. Will landlords start to sell with a flood risk property even a low one. Find out flood risk by postcode https://www.fws.environment-agency.gov.uk.

    People can ask at https://floodflash.co/england-flood-risk-which-areas-have-it-worst/

    Areas at risk of coastal flooding
    #1: Cornwall. Geography, severe coastal storms, and rainfall all contribute to Cornwall’s long history of flooding. …
    #2: The East Coast – Hull and Great Yarmouth. …
    Great Yarmouth in Norfolk was victim to the “Great Flood” in 1953. More recently the coastal town recorded its highest ever tide in 2013. Flood defences in the areas are in the process of being updated, which is great news for the more than 4,500 homes and businesses in the area.
    #3: The South-East – Sussex and Kent. …
    #1: Somerset. …
    #2: Essex. …
    #3: Norfolk. …
    #1: Cumbria. …
    #2: Lincolnshire.

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