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The end of leases?

The end of leases?

Moving to new premises is expensive and disruptive for a business. This prompts many tenants to renew their leases when they expire. If a tenant is deciding whether to stay or go, and the landlord isn’t exactly bothered by other prospective tenants, it can be convenient for both parties to ... Read More »

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Conditions for sale of housing association homes relaxed (MG 2013-02)

Conditions for sale of housing association homes relaxed (MG 2013-02)

Housing associations are not automatically permitted to sell their housing stock. Especially if homes are sold at a discount, the association must comply with regulations imposed by the minister. The present conditions for selling homes to natural persons for own occupation at a discount of more than 10% have now ... Read More »

The Energy Agreement: the consequences for the property sector

The Energy Agreement: the consequences for the property sector

On Friday, 6 September 2013 the Energy Agreement was signed by Minister Kamp on behalf of the government and a great number of organisations. My colleague Sebastiaan van de Kant has already written about the main points of the agreement and the ten pillars. One of these pillars is energy ... Read More »

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