This month, many new regulations are coming into force that will affect the property industry. Nathan Gadenne, Director of Booth Gadenne highlights these key laws and discusses what impact they could have on the UK's housing market. April is a game changing month for the industry due to a number of new laws coming into force. Here is a brief overview of the changes that you can expect to see this month.

After a busy start to 2016 we are looking to expand our team. Have you got what it takes?

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As the mass panic grows for investors wanting to purchase before April's tax increase I wanted to do a little more research on the topic and share some of my findings. This could be significant as by-to-let landlords as people buying an additional property, including buy-to-let or second homes, will face a 3 percentage point surcharge on stamp duty rates from April 2016.

From 1 February 2016, all private landlords in England will have to make right to rent checks. This means checking that tenants have the right to be in the UK. 

Landlords will have to conduct necessary document checks to establish whether a person has a right to rent in accordance with the Immigration Act 2014.