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The rise of virtual property viewings

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Virtual property viewings can take various forms, but the most common is for the seller to show interested renters or buyers around the property via a video app such as WhatsApp, Facetime or Zoom. Their popularity has grown significantly over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling people to keep moving despite the circumstances, and many predict that they will continue to be popular once it is over. So, what’s their appeal? Specialists in Salford student house share, Mistoria Estate Agents explains…

They’re COVID-safe

Virtual property viewings remove the risk of infection entirely and mean that you don’t need to worry about safety measures such as masks, handwashing and social distancing which, although absolutely necessary for in-person viewings, can make them trickier and more stressful.

Quicker, easier and more convenient

By conducting virtual viewings of properties that initially appeal to you, you can quickly draw up a shortlist of those that fit what you’re looking for. This saves time and effort you’d usually spend traipsing around multiple properties that aren’t suitable, and not having to travel between properties saves money on fuel and reduces carbon emissions. Also, virtual property viewings offer more flexibility. You’re more likely to be able to book in for a time and date that suits you, and if there are multiple people searching together, they don’t need to be together for the viewing – internet access is all that’s required! In addition, in many cases an agent will participate in the viewing along with the seller, so you can get answers to all your questions about a property as normal.

In-person viewings are still possible

Before purchasing or renting a property, it’s natural to want to have a look around in-person at least once, and this shouldn’t be an issue despite the ongoing pandemic. Virtual property viewings haven’t overtaken in-person viewings completely; they simply offer a quicker, easier, COVID-secure way of determining which properties really appeal to you. Most sellers, landlords and estate agents are still happy to conduct in-person viewings for those who are serious about a property, and these should involve rigorous safety procedures including social distancing, mask-wearing and sanitised surfaces to minimise the risk of infection.

Virtually viewing a Salford student house share

The pandemic shouldn’t stop you from moving; it simply means that everyone involved must take extra precautions where possible, and virtual viewings are a great way of doing this. Mistoria Estate Agents specialise in Salford student house share and we are offering virtual viewings to help guide people in their property search. To find out more, or for help and advice in any other related area, call us on 0800 500 3015 or use the details on our contact page.

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Stamp duty holiday extension: what you need to know

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As part of his 2021 Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that the stamp duty holiday will be extended for a further three months until the end of June. For those looking to purchase a property in the near future, this provides much-needed reassurance and an incentive to push ahead with their purchase. If you have a house for sale Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents have put together all you need to know about the stamp duty holiday extension and how it could affect you.

Stamp duty holiday extension: the details

Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is a tax on the purchase of property or land in England and Northern Ireland.

Last year, many buyers took a financial hit because of the coronavirus pandemic and began reconsidering their options. In response, the government announced it would temporarily increase the nil-rate band (the amount at which tax becomes payable) to £500,000 until the end of March. This has now been extended to the end of June. After that, it will reduce to £250,000 until the end of September, when it returns the standard rate of £125,000.

How does this affect you?

The stamp duty holiday has boosted the property market as intended, but this has created delays in the purchase process. Through no fault of their own, many buyers have found themselves stuck, unsure whether their purchase would be completed in time to qualify for the stamp duty holiday. The extension has relieved pressure on these buyers and encouraged them to push ahead with their purchases.

For those buyers who don’t meet the initial deadline, the staggered return to the standard stamp duty rate ensures they won’t run off a cliff-edge at the end of June. Providing they complete their purchase before the end of September, they still stand to make a significant saving.

If you have a house for sale Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents can help

Whilst the stamp duty holiday extension has eased the pressure on buyers, a swift, hassle-free sale is still essential to ensure you make the maximum saving. Mistoria Estate Agents is a professional letting service with many high-quality, affordable properties in Salford and our team of experts will seamlessly guide you through the process. For more information, call us on 0800 500 3015 or use the details on our contact page.

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How to sell a property in 2021

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Last year property demand surged, as buyers rushed to capitalise on the Stamp Duty holiday and repeated lockdowns left many people wanting to move. With Stamp Duty set to return in April 2021 and restrictions set to continue, it’s likely to be another busy year in the property market. With this in mind, if you’re looking to sell a property Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents has put together some top tips…

Make your home look its best

Clean your house and clear any clutter (including the front and back gardens, if you have them). If your property is messy and covered with personal belongings, it can be difficult for a viewer to imagine their ideal version of it, making them less likely to buy.

In addition to cleaning up, you could invest in some home improvements, such as installing a new fireplace or redecorating a room – however, first check with an estate agent if this would be worth the cost. If not, some DIY work, such as hanging new wallpaper or replacing a light fitting, could give your property an edge.

When trying making your house stand out, consider how the pandemic has changed what people look for in a living space. Home-working is now common, and therefore an office is highly desirable for many buyers. If you have one, make sure it’s clearly stated and pictured in your listing, and ensure it’s optimised for working in. Perhaps you don’t have a purpose-built office, but do have the space for one – if so, you might consider transforming it before you sell.

Set the right asking price

Overvalued properties take longer to sell, which in turn creates more problems, because a property that has been on the market for a long time is less attractive to potential buyers. It also reduces your chances of capitalising on the Stamp Duty holiday.

To avoid this, think carefully and research similar properties that have recently sold in your local area. Then, ask some estate agents to value your property. It’s wise to obtain several valuations from different agencies to gain a figure you can be confident in.

Reassess your approach if necessary

If your property isn’t selling, you should try to find out why. Talk to your estate agent about this. Are there any desirable features that aren’t being advertised well enough? Or something specific you can address that’s holding back potential buyers?

Alternatively, you might need a new estate agent. If you’re considering this, it’s best to act quickly – there is often a set notice period you must give your current agent before another firm can re-list the property.

If you’re looking to sell a property Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents can help

With everything else going on at the moment, selling your home brings added unwelcome stress. We are a professional estate agent in Salford that’s here to provide expert guidance on how to sell a property in 2021 and beyond. Whether it’s developing a marketing plan or handling all the complex paperwork, we have the experience and knowledge you need. To find out more, call us on 0800 500 3015 or use the details on our contact page.

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Now is the time to switch to a smart meter

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Smart meters use wireless networks to send data about your energy usage straight to the supplier, and they are becoming increasingly common in homes as a replacement to existing gas and electricity meters. There are many benefits to using a smart meter, and changes resulting from the pandemic have added to these. Because of this, more landlords are opting for them, particularly those who own student properties. If you’re a student landlord Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents explain here why switching to a smart meter is the smart choice.

What are the benefits of switching to a smart meter?

The overarching advantage to using a smart meter, as opposed to a standard one, is that it allows energy usage to be accurately measured. This is particularly useful right now, as most people are spending more time at home due to lockdown, and as a result are using more electricity and heating than usual. However, the pandemic has created a culture of working from home that is here to stay, and therefore the changes to our energy consumption habits will be lasting. This means that being able to accurately assess energy usage will continue to be important after restrictions ease.

Smart meters are also more convenient for landlords and tenants alike. They produce statements and bills more efficiently and accurately, so tenants should only pay for what they use. In addition to this, readings can automatically be sent straight to the supplier. This removes the hassle of physical meter readings, which are especially difficult in the current circumstances, and of estimated usage, which is often difficult to get right and can lead to landlord-tenant disputes.

Alongside this, smart meters enable tenants to easily track their energy consumption in real-time, through the option to link up to an ‘in-home display’. This is a gadget that communicates wirelessly with the smart meter to show tenants how much energy they’re using in kilowatt hours (kWh), and how much this costs in pounds and pence. As a result, over-usage can be addressed before it becomes an issue, both in the form of high bills and the harmful effect excessive energy usage has on the environment.

How we can help if you’re a student landlord Salford

If you’re a student landlord Salford based Mistoria Estate offers a variety of highly sophisticated, professional and tailored property management solutions to effectively manage your student accommodation. If you would like to know more about smart meters and making the switch, or about the services we offer, we would be happy to talk it through with you. To get in touch, please use our contact page or call 0800 500 3015.

We are members of ARLA and NAEA Propertymark, which means we meet higher industry standards than the law demands. Our experts undertake regular training to ensure they are up to date with best practice and complex legislative changes so they can offer you the best advice. We are also backed by a Client Money Protection scheme which guarantees your money is protected.

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How to let or rent a property during lockdown in England

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In these difficult times, dealing with property-related matters, such as viewings and move-ins, can be very stressful, as there are additional safety considerations involved for all parties. With this in mind, Salford-based Mistoria Estate Agents will explain what falls within the rules in England whether you are looking to rent or let a property in lockdown, and how to minimise the risk of infection in the process.

Advice for letting in lockdown

In England, government guidance says that estate agents, letting agents and removal firms can continue to work. This means you can let a property in lockdown to new tenants

The rules state there should not be more than one household in any home at any time, so ideally yourself and existing tenants should be absent from a property during an in person viewing. You should also ensure all surfaces are thoroughly disinfected before and after the viewing.

You can still bring in a professional cleaner if needed before new tenants move in, and tradespeople can carry out maintenance and repair work on the property provided they follow the safety guidelines.

Advice for renting in lockdown

In England, you are allowed to look to rent a property in lockdown. Carrying out activities related to renting a residential property is considered a reasonable excuse to leave home. However, the government says you should carry out initial property searches online if possible, rather visiting your local estate agent.

If you are considering renting a particular property, you can still book to attend a viewing in person, though it is advisable to request a virtual viewing first. Many agents and letting services have taken steps to enable this.

Should you wish to view a property in person, you must abide by the rules and take measures to avoid spreading the virus. This will include wearing a face mask, staying two metres away from other people, and washing your hands before and after the viewing.

When you are ready to move into a new property, people outside your household or support bubble should not help with moving house unless it is absolutely necessary.

Available Mistoria houses to rent Salford

If you’re looking for houses to rent Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents has a wide range of impressive student properties available for rent and for buy-to-let agreements across the city. We have implemented measures to ensure the safety of our existing tenants and those looking to rent with us. If you’d like to know more, please use our contact page or call us on 0800 500 3015.

We are members of ARLA Propertymark which means we meet higher industry standards than the law demands. Our experts undertake regular training to ensure they are up to date with best practice and complex legislative changes so they can offer you the best advice. We are also backed by a Client Money Protection scheme which guarantees your money is protected.

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Apprenticeship opportunities at Mistoria

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The benefits of taking on an apprentice have been an attractive proposition for employers for many years. An apprentice, as defined by the gov.uk website, ‘combines practical training in a job with study’ and it’s a win win situation for both employer and apprentice. The employer can train and mould the apprentice to fit the company structure, and even fill voids where there may be a lack of personnel or a skill shortage, whilst receiving financial support from the Government to train a potential new permanent employee. For the apprentice themself, they are learning in a paid job. They are gaining real, hands-on experience in their chosen field, whilst also working towards an official qualification.

The Mistoria Group and its associated companies, including its estate agent branches and accountancy firm, has enjoyed taking on apprentices for a number of years, to great success. A busy estate agency has many functions, and we’re delighted to be able to offer young people and apprentices the chance to gain experience in whatever role they are most interested in within the company structure. We also like to give our apprentices the opportunity to learn from experienced staff who have worked in the industry for many years.

The benefits to the company are numerous. Being able to take on ambitious people at an entry-level allows us to mould them and train them in a way specific to our company needs, whilst still following the National Apprenticeship Standard. The Junior Estate Agent apprenticeship standard was created by employers and is intended to develop someone at the beginning of their career into someone with experience and knowledge in all aspects of estate agency.

Mistoria’s Apprentices

In the last year we have taken on more than half a dozen apprentices, to cover various roles across the Mistoria companies. These include; Thaila Cunningham – MCC Accountants, Dilraj Singh – Mistoria Estate Agents Salford/ Student Haus, Alexis Cullen – Pick My Pad, Michelle Saunders – Pick My Pad and Mollie Ashworth – Mistoria Estate Agents Bolton.

Thaila Cunningham, Accounts Apprentice at MCC Accountants is positive about her experience as an apprentice with The Mistoria Group. She started her apprenticeship at Mistoria with Babington Online in August this year, working towards the Level 2 and Level 3 AAT qualifications. She hopes to then progress onto ACCA in the future whilst working up through the company to gain a higher permanent position and achieve the career of a Chartered Accountant. As an Accounts Assistant, Thaila’s role focuses on completing bookkeeping tasks for the internal property companies as well as analysing the companies’ expenses, preparing management accounts and tax returns for external clients, to name just a few. Of her placement Thaila says, “MCC Accountants and Mistoria have given me a real feel for the workplace, enabling me to gain an extensive range of skills and experience and develop an understanding of how the industry really works. My manager and supervisor really motivate me and provide endless opportunities in the present – regarding funding for education and qualifications – and in future – offering a permanent position as an accountant in the company.”

Thaila’s desire to obtain a permanent position with Mistoria is certainly achievable, given the company’s long-term vision. With plans to open 10 estate agency branches, apprentices present and future will be a key part of this. Each apprentice has a good opportunity to progress within the company, with views of one day being Branch Managers. Now a permanent member of staff and a great example of a successful apprenticeship is Rhianna Williams. She started at Mistoria as a Business Admin apprentice to help out with admin work, with an interest in property due to her family. Over the last 18 months, Rhianna has become the backbone of the Salford office, taking on more and more responsibility and has become a permanent, valued member of the team.

Estate agent apprenticeship Salford

Do you have a passion for property? Would you like to obtain a qualification whilst also working in an estate agent or accountancy environment? If you’re looking for an estate agent apprenticeship Salford based Mistoria Estate Agents could have an opportunity for you.

Mistoria Estate Agents is one of the leading student lettings agencies in the North West, with offices in Manchester, Salford, Liverpool and Bolton. Our Comprehensive Property Protection means all properties go through our inventory service to include photographic or video evidence, protecting both landlord and tenant.

We are members of ARLA Propertymark which means we meet higher industry standards than the law demands. Our experts undertake regular training to ensure they are up to date with best practice and complex legislative changes so they can offer you the best advice. We are also backed by a Client Money Protection scheme which guarantees your money is protected.

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New Mistoria HMO property video walk-through

We’re delighted to present a video walk-through of another recently renovated and refurbished HMO property.

This 4 bed, 1 bathroom, 1 reception room house share property in Salford is an example of the Mistoria Standard.

Tenants

This property is available for the next academic year (from 1/7/21). Please contact our Salford branch to request a viewing. You can view more details about the property here.

Rental properties from Mistoria are renovated to a similar standard. We have HMO and student house share properties available in Bolton, Liverpool and Salford. Contact your local branch or visit the websites for current listings.

Bolton – 01204 800 766

Liverpool– 0161 707 6106

Salford – 0161 707 6106

Landlords

Are you interested in investing in an HMO or student property like the one shown here? Speak to our Property Investment team on 0800 500 3015.

5 Wythburn Street, Salford

 

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A landlord’s guide to avoiding winter hazards in your property

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When winter arrives in the UK and the weather turns, there are a number of property hazards that you may want to look out for. Staying on top of property maintenance can help you catch issues early and avoid having to claim on your landlord insurance.

Having a maintenance schedule in place can protect your investment, and tenants, against a range of property pitfalls, including those that may be more likely during the winter months. 

The follow have been identified by leading property insurers as the top winter hazards facing property owners:

  1. loss of roof tiles
  2. water penetration due to poorly maintained flat roofs
  3. guttering and chimney stack damage
  4. problems with walls and outbuildings including damage to garden cabins/sheds, garages and greenhouses and
  5. damage to garden equipment. 

What property hazards should I look out for in winter?

Research shows that many landlords leave their properties, and therefore their investment, at risk of damage. Each property can differ when it comes to key weaknesses during colder weather however, the above mentioned common issues to watch out for are explained in more detail below:

Loose roof tiling – get a professional roofer to inspect your roof. Damaged, missing or loose tiles can cause serious damage in high winds.

Water damage – it’s key that any leak, severe condensation and/or mould is identified and fixed as soon as possible. Prolonged water exposure will cause serious damage to the structural health of your property, and the health of your tenants, as exposure to mould can cause severe respiratory problems.

Blocked gutters – as the leaves fall from the trees, they can become clogged, preventing rainwater from draining properly. If left unchecked, this could lead to issues with your roof, including internal leaking.

Loose fence panels – fix or replace them if necessary. Fence panels can fly off in extreme win and cause damage to your home and potentially your neighbour’s property.

Secure loose objects in your garden or move them elsewhere – wind can play havoc with your garden furniture and ornaments; move them indoors or secure them.

Cut back branches – tall, overgrown trees and large bushes in your garden can cause damage in storms. Cut them back to reduce the chance of this happening.

Put up flood defences before bad weather arrives – you can find sandbag-like products to block doors and entrances.

Also keep an eye on the boiler in your rental property during the winter. The last thing you want is for your tenants to be left without heating and hot water, especially when the temperature has dropped.

Another issue to bear in mind is when water is left in the pipes and the heating is not on (perhaps you have student tenants that travel home for an extended break over Christmas, leaving your property empty), the water could freeze and later lead to burst pipes.

How can I protect my property from these winter perils?

A good place to start is regular maintenance checks. By taking a look around the interior and exterior of the property, you can keep an eye on its condition. The sooner you spot an issue, the better your chances of fixing it before it gets worse. You should especially consider performing a maintenance check soon after any extreme weather, such as heavy rain or snow.

Understandably, you can’t be at the property all the time to notice such issues however, you could encourage your tenants to be extra vigilant. Tell them to look out for signs of leaking pipes, damp patches and mould. You’d expect them to be in touch if these problems occur anyway, but there might be some areas that they don’t go into often, such as a loft, attic or hard to reach areas where the pipes are. Encouraging tenants to report any maintenance problems might also allow you to catch them early.

Help to avoid burst pipes by keeping the heating on at a constant temperature or by having the property professionally drained down if it is left empty for a while. 

Sometimes damage to a property is inevitable, and you will have no choice but to pay for repair work. Having suitable landlord insurance in place might also provide you with the financial protection you need.

How can we help look after your rental property?

Part of the professional letting agent service from Mistoria Estate Agents Salford includes managing any maintenance issues your property may require. We conduct thorough property inspections and the beginning, end and during any tenancy to ensure your property is being looked after and is fit for habitation.

Our dedicated maintenance team has inspected hundreds of properties and knows exactly what to look out for, ensuring your property is kept in top condition and is fit for purpose. We specialise in student accommodation Salford, however if you are a landlord of any sort and would like to discuss in more detail the service Mistoria Estate Agents Salford can offer you, please contact us on 0800 500 3015.

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Student Landlords Face Increased Tenant Deposit Disputes

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Recent research from the DPS reveals that students are twice as likely as other tenants to have part of their deposit retained, with 22%, or one in five, not receiving the full amount when they leave their Salford student rental property.

Disagreements over cleaning and damage together caused half of all claims that entered the DPS free-to-use dispute resolution process between 2015 and 2019 (26% and 24% respectively). Other disputes included redecoration (14%), rent arrears (10%) and replacing missing items (6%).

The Mistoria Group, specialists in Salford student rental property, is urging student landlords and agents to conduct thorough check-in and check-outs at the start and end of the tenancy, supported by a professional inventory. Clear communication on the tenant’s responsibilities when they move into the property will improve the chances of a trouble-free check-out at the end of this academic year.

Mish Liyanage, Managing Director of The Mistoria Group comments: “The common mistakes in landlord inventories are essentially lack of detail. Landlords often write just a brief shopping list and often do not have the appropriate photographs and videos, along with accompanying written descriptions to show the condition of the property and its contents.

“Our experience shows that when landlords take the time to spell out tenants’ responsibilities in terms of cleaning and caring for the property, students are more likely to conduct their tenancy in a way that is respectful to the property and this minimises any potential damage.

“Landlords and agents may need to review the deposits they take for student accommodation to cover any potential costs incurred at check-out. In some parts of the UK, the deposit simply is not enough to cover the costs to return the property back to its original condition at the end of the tenancy.

“On many occasions, we have been faced with maintenance related losses.

“If the landlord or agent finds the tenant fails to agree to the deposit deductions, they need to ensure they have the evidence such as a thorough and fully detailed inventory, copies of which are given to the tenant at check-in and check-out. It is imperative that tenants sign their acceptance of the contents of the check-in within seven days of the move in, and this signed copy should be retained by either the landlord or letting agent.”

The Mistoria Group has outlined some common mistake which increase the risk of a Salford student rental property deposit dispute:

  • Landlords and letting agents make the mistake in thinking that inventories can be heavily comprised of photography and video. Completely photographic or filmed inventories without a complete written accompanying report are almost useless. If photography or film has been used in the inventory, make sure it is detailed enough and dated. Include photographs of the garden; inside of the oven; interior of the shed or garage; and keys handed over to tenants – these are the main areas of problems that occur and are often down to misinterpretation at the end of a tenancy.
  • There is no need to photograph every single corner of the property as this is simply a waste of time – stick to the important things. Films and photographs alone will be of little use in a dispute when an adjudicator is trying to find hard evidence of a particular area.
  • Many landlords and agents do not carry out a thorough and full check-in and check-out of the property at which the tenant was present. Landlords and agents who don’t have this available when they go to court, have little chance of winning the case.
  • Often there is no correspondence with the tenant that is documented and no receipts are kept for the deductions on the deposit eg cleaning and repairs.

The Mistoria Group is a high yielding student buy-to-let investment specialist, offering HMOs and armchair investments in the North of the UK, generating combined net cash yield up to 13% (Rental and Capital Growth). For more information on our currently available Salford student rental property investments and services, email info@mistoriagroup.com or call 0800 500 3015.

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Landlords: Are You Up To Date With MEES Regulations?

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The domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations set the minimum energy efficiency level for private rented property under the Energy Act 2011. There have been changes to these regulations that you need to be aware of, so here our letting agents go over the important details that may effect your Salford student accommodation.

When you need to take action

Since 1 April 2018, it has been unlawful for landlords to grant a new lease for properties that have an energy performance certificate (EPC) rating below E, unless the property is registered as an exemption. On 1 April 2020, the prohibition on letting F and G properties was extended to all relevant properties, irrespective of whether there’s been a change in tenancy.

If your property is let on an assured tenancy, a regulated tenancy, or a domestic agricultural tenancy, and it is legally required to have an EPC, then it’s covered under the regulations. If it’s covered and has an EPC rating of F or G, you will need to take measures to bring it up to E or above before you can let, or continue to let, the property.

It’s possible that the MEES Regulations will be upgraded further in 2022 to C or D, so now is the time to take action to ensure your property is compliant.

What you need to do

First of all, it’s important to remember that a cost cap of £3,500 (including VAT) applies, so you’ll never be required to spend more than this on energy efficiency improvements.

There are 3 ways to fund improvements to your property:

  1. Third-party funding
  2. Combination of third-party funding and self-funding
  3. Self-funding

Contained in your EPC report, you will find a list of recommendations for improving the energy efficiency of your property, along with the indicative cost, the typical savings per year, and the EPC rating after the improvement has been made. The recommended measures are varied, but could include:

  • Internal or external wall insulation
  • Increase hot water cylinder insulation
  • Low energy lighting
  • Solar water heating
  • Draught proofing

If your EPC rating is F or G, you must make ‘relevant energy efficiency improvements’ to your property, which means using the recommendations on the list up to the £3,500 cost cap. If you reach the cap but your property is still not rated as E or above, you can register an ‘all improvements made exemption’, under which you will not be penalised and can continue to let the property.

Be aware: if your chosen methods for energy efficiency improvements do not appear in the list on your EPC report, and they fail to improve your rating to an E or more, you cannot register an exemption and will be expected to invest further in measures that will help your property to meet the requirements before you can let it.

Exemptions

If you don’t think you can meet the requirements under the MEES Regulations, don’t panic. In addition to the ‘all improvements made’ exemption, there are others under which you can register if your property meets the criteria:

  • ‘High cost’ exemption
  • Wall insulation exemption
  • Third-party consent exemption
  • Property devaluation exemption
  • Temporary exemption due to recently becoming a landlord

These need to be registered on the Private Rented Sector (PRS) Exemptions Register, which can be done online. After they expire, you must try again to improve the property’s EPC rating, or register another exemption.

Penalties

The MEES Regulations are enforced by local authorities, who may serve you with a compliance notice if they suspect there’s been a breach. This will request information to aid their decision. If a breach is confirmed, they may issue you with a financial penalty. There is a maximum £5,000 penalty in total per property. Within these regulations, the amount is decided by the relevant local authority. It’s worth remembering that local councils keep these fines, so they are incentivised to enforce them.

How we can help with your Salford student accommodation

Mistoria Estate Agents offers a variety of highly sophisticated, professional and tailored property management solutions to effectively manage your Salford student accommodation . We can go through your EPC and gas and electrical safety certificates with you, to ensure you are complying with all legislation including the MEES regulations and give you peace of mind in the process. If you’d like to discuss options, don’t hesitate to get in touch on 0800 500 3015
today.

We are members of ARLA Propertymark which means we meet higher industry standards than the law demands. Our experts undertake regular training to ensure they are up to date with best practice and complex legislative changes so they can offer you the best advice. We are also backed by a Client Money Protection scheme which guarantees your money is protected.