Landlord?tenant law

 

New Legislation Reduces UK Rental Fees

New Legislation Reduces UK Rental Fees: Up until a few days ago, landlords and letting agents in England could charge renters...

 

Persuading the reluctant international assignee

When asked to take an international assignment, some employees jump at the chance, but others do not. This can be for...

The End of Germany’s “Golden Bridge” – No More Preferred Immigration Treatment for American Expats

Until just a couple of years ago, U.S. citizens wishing to live and work in Germany were viewed as second citizens...

 

Relocation: Persuading the reluctant assignee

Relocation: Persuading the reluctant assignee -When asked to take an assignment, some employees jump at the chance, but others do not. This can be for any number of reasons, such as family circumstances, reluctance to travel, or the location itself.

 

Property Management and the Accidental Landlord

An accidental landlord can be defined as someone who falls into the role of landlord out of necessity as opposed to...

 

A Happy Family is a Key Predictor for a Successful International Assignment

The globalization of business today means more and more companies are relocating employees and staff to foreign countries.  But the actual...

 

5 Top Tips on Renting with Poor Credit

When you have poor credit or no credit at all, finding a rental where the landlord will overlook that may feel...

What to know before accepting an international assignment

A career goal has come to fruition: you’re being asked to relocate and go on your first international assignment! You know...

70% of International Assignees Break Their Car Lease Early

Typically 70% of expat customers break their lease early – either because they are returning / moving earlier than expected or...