New podcasts to help letting agents to run throughout this year

Hamilton Fraser, parent company to mydeposits, the Property Redress Scheme, Client Money Protect and Total Landlord Insurance, has launched a series of property podcasts.

‘Brand ambassador’ Paul Shamplina and Hamilton Fraser managing director Eddie Hooker will be covering key topics in the private rented sector.

The audio podcasts are released every month and cover the latest landlord, tenant and agent issues, as well as providing practical advice for listeners.

The half-hour segments were initially planned to run from September to December 2016. However, with growing demand, the series will now run throughout 2017.

Shamplina said: “Landlords and agents would be forgiven for feeling rather despondent heading into 2017.

“Over the last 12 months a deluge of changes to legislation means landlords are not only paying more on purchases and receiving less on income, but also being put at greater risk of facing fines for non-compliance. Agents are also to be hit with a ban on letting fees for tenants.

“Adapting to the market changes will be key to survival for both landlords and agents and we hope to be able to support the industry through this time of significant change.”


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    Would have been helpful to all readers to direct us to where we might find it.

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