HMO Relicensing fees have doubled!
HMO Licensing

Ray D
Ray D
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759 Posts
11 years ago
Thieving !!!!!!!!!! comes to mind. But I guess there is not a lot you can do. I guess its £22 per unit per year as a cost of doing the business but housing for single people sharing (And therefore anyone under 35) is fast becoming untenable. Its more the ongoing grief than anything else!

I think its about time that all Landlords started showing all of these on-costs (Licenscing fees, EPC, etc) as a line item on any AST or rent invoice in the way insurance companies do with insurance premium tax. That way the tenant will be able to see the cost all the government regulations. Letsa create a list of things that could be included as govermnent imposed and publicise it to tenants.

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