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Landlords- Selective Licensing Is Returning to Liverpool April 2022 - Are You Prepared?

25th February 2022

Are you a landlord in Liverpool? If so, are you aware that in April 2022, selective licensing is returning to the borough? Today, we’re going to talk about what this change in legislation means, and the steps you can take to ensure that you remain compliant. Here at Concentric, our goal is to help landlords succeed by providing practical guidance surrounding each legislation update as well as helpful advice regarding overall best practices for landlords.

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What Is The Rental And Property Investing Market Like In Liverpool Right Now?

22nd February 2022

We have let thousands of tenancies, worked with hundreds of investors, and managed hundreds of properties, helping landlords navigate the local Selective Licensing schemes since their inception in 2015. Like tenants, landlords and investors come in all shapes and sizes, have different levels of experience, and have different wants and needs, but there are a few questions that we get asked all of the time, and right now, it seems like everyone wants to buy property in Liverpool and the surrounding areas... and I can see why.

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Landlords – Are You Getting The Best Out Of Your Letting Agent?

8th January 2020

Here’s a question for you – how important is it to employ an agency and what can landlords get out of it? If you’ve ever had the stress of self-managing your properties, you’ll know that there are huge merits in having a good letting agent to take care of things such as contracts, credit checks, inventories, and all of the points of legislation that go along with rentals. Over recent years, there has been a significant growth in the private lettings sector, which makes it more important than ever for landlords to not only find the right letting agent, but to know what they can offer in terms of service. And striking up a good relationship with your agent is key in getting the most for your money.

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City wide landscaping scheme for landlords

7th September 2015

Licensing affects not just myself and landlords in Liverpool, but others across the country as more and more local authorities will adopt such schemes, once they realise how much money can be generated from it! Licensing was implemented in Liverpool on 1st April 2015. From the landlord’s perspective, that means every rental property within the boundaries of Liverpool City Council must have a licence, the cost of which is £400 per property, a big dent in cash flow even for someone with a small portfolio. If you have a block of, say, five flats, then you have to get a licence for each flat, amounting to £2,000 for a licence for one single building.

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