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Rental price growth ‘expected to accelerate this year’

The average rental values for existing homes in Prime Central London have been falling for more than two years due to rising supply but the pattern is now due to reverse. There was a large spike in new lettings properties in the middle of 2017, which followed the introduction of the additional rate of stamp duty in April 2016, one of the reasons behind the increase. The other key factor has been a ... read full article

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Important Notice

City Living London will be closed from Saturday the 23rd of December 2017 until Tuesday 2nd January 2018.


If you have any problems whilst we are closed, please see below:


Out of Hours Emergency Contact Details
Clearly stating you are a City Living London tenant, contact Danny Henderson on 07825 542191 for major p ... read full article

Have Your Say on Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

The government is currently in the process of reviewing the effectiveness of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015. This will have an impact on all private landlords and tenants, so we invite you to offer your views on the matter.
The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 came into force on the 1st of October 2015. They require private rented sect ... read full article

No Letting Go support Mandatory Inventories

Fair wear and tear has always been a grey area for landlords and letting agents alike. Because it tends to fluctuate from case to case, it is one of the least understood areas of the letting process; one which can create much ambiguity and lead to disputes at the end of a tenancy.
On the other hand poor cleanliness and any damage which leaves the property markedly different from the proper ... read full article

Landlord Immigration checks fuelling ‘black market’

The Right to Rent Scheme, which was rolled out across England last year, places the onus on landlords, or lettings agents acting on their behalf, to verify whether tenants have the right to reside in the UK by ensuring that they see original copies of identification documentation and approving photocopies of such documentation accordingly. However, there is a growing concern that the rule has fuel ... read full article
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