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2023 Renters Pulse Q4 Survey Results

8 January 2024

Marks Out Of Tenancy has conducted a second survey taking the pulse of tenants across the UK to see how they’ve felt over the last 3 months. Click through to read some of the surprising and unsurprising results.  Read more »

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Landlords Outraged as New Law Allows Renters to Pay Rent in 'Social Media Exposure' and Good Vibes

24 November 2023

In a groundbreaking move that has left landlords across the nation in a state of disbelief, a new law has been passed allowing tenants to pay their rent in 'exposure' and good vibes, rather than traditional currency.  Read more »

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Are Landlords Selling up?

2 November 2023

The press would have you believe landlords are selling up in droves. But is this true?  Read more »

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Calling all students, remember to rate your landlord this academic year!

1 November 2023

Your student accommodation is still your home - rate your landlord and ensure you get the best possible place to live!  Read more »

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Let’s Chat Holiday Lets!

1 November 2023

Holiday lets, mostly in the form of Airbnb-style arrangements, have boomed in the UK in recent years. How is this impacting the private rental sector?  Read more »

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2023 Renters Pulse Q3 Survey Results

9 October 2023

Marks Out Of Tenancy has launched a brand new survey taking the pulse of tenants across the UK to see how they’ve felt over the last 3 months. Click through to read some of the suprising and unsuprising results.  Read more »

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What Happens To Renters When A Council Closes Down an Unlicensed HMO?

14 September 2023

Shut It Down! But Then What? The Truth About Council Licensing Schemes. A local authority closes down an unlicensed HMO, successfully prosecutes and convicts the landlord responsible, good triumphs over evil and then… Wait, what about the people who were living at the property?!  Read more »

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Cut The Traffic: The Thames as a Solution for Southwark's Congestion Problem

29 August 2023

The River Thames is the beating heart of London. Life has flourished along the river banks of the capital of England for millennia but also, floundered as a consequence of dwindling maritime trade, plague, war and in more recent history - Urbanisation.  Read more »

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How Can Metro Mayors Improve Conditions For Renters?

21 July 2023

Metro Mayors have devolved powers to allow them to make changes, can they use these powers to improve conditions in the private rental sector?  Read more »

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Where is the Decent Homes Standard?

11 July 2023

The Decent Homes Standard is vital, but still nowhere to be seen. Marks Out Of Tenancy can help boost Private Rented Sector standards right now.  Read more »