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Insider – June 2018
Tenant fees ban set to cost landlords £82.9m
A new ban on tenant fees could push costs of more than £80 million onto landlords, government figures have shown
The tenant fees bill, which was published on 2 May 2018, includes a ban on all fees charged to tenants apart from rent, deposits, and caertain necessary costs.
A government impact assessment confirms that “the main costs fall on landlords and letting agents” as a result of the changes, with landlords expected to absorb £82.9 million in the first year.
Letting agents also face a greater cost, estimated at £157.1 million for the same period of time..
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