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ARLA Conference & Exhibition 2019

Our ARLA competition winner is announced along with our thoughts on the hot topics from the annual ARLA Propertymark Conference & Exhibition this year.

The 2019 ARLA Propertymark Conference and Exhibition at ExCeL London on the 2nd of April was a huge success with over 1,200 attendees. Veri-Check took our usual stand (A27) and were very happy to see some familiar faces amongst the crowd.

If you managed to stop by and say hello we hope you enjoyed talking to our team about the latest updates to the Veri-Check referencing system and how we are helping you beat the Tenant Fee Ban with exclusive partnerships that earn you cash, whilst ensuring top quality referencing services and systems to support and promote your business.

The hot topic of this years conference was inevitably the up and coming Tenant Fee Ban.

Following a summary of the many legal changes over 2018 from Robert Bolwell of Dutton Gregory LLP, David Cox took the stage to note the changes due under the Tenant Fee Ban and the impact on holding deposits, the restriction of tenant deposits to 5 weeks rent for AST's under £50k per annum, and the 'prohibited payments' all taking effect from 1st June 2019, with 1 year transition period for existing tenancies.

Speak to one of the Veri-Check team about how our comprehensive referencing and exclusive partnerships can help to beat the Tenant Fee Ban by avoiding high replacement costs and giving you the option to earn income from every reference.

Also during the exhibition we ran a competition giving visitors the chance to win a Luxury Hotel Chocolat Hamper by guessing the number of Veri-Check keyrings in the jar. The lucky winner -  LHH Residential in London - managed to guess the exact amount and will receive their prize shortly.

Make sure to save the date for next year, for the 25th ARLA Propertymark Conference which will take place on the 24th March 2020.

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