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Liverpool landlord licensing 2022: What YOU need to do

Here’s the key facts The scheme was launched on 1st April 2022 Applications open 18th March 2022 It doesn’t cover all of Liverpool like last time. You can get even more money off for each of the following: If your EPC rating is C or above (£50) If you own one or more flats in the same block (£50) By being a member of an approved scheme (e.g. SafeAgent, like we are (£30) Therefore, our landlords will pay a reduced rate of £520 per licence, before any other deductions.

What are we doing about it?

Here’s our CEO, Nick Stott, to explain…

The owners and many of the staff here at Homesure are landlords. We know how impactful licensing is on the finances of landlords, especially at the same time as rising interest rates, minimum energy efficiency (EPC) standards, additional stamp duty, and additional legislation such as electrical certificates (EICR) coming into force in 2021.Therefore, Homesure has taken the decision to be the only agent in Liverpool to process applications free of charge for all existing and new landlords.We will not be looking at this situation as a moneymaking scheme from our clients.

Landlords will also get a further £30 discount via Homesure, as we already voluntarily comply with the SafeAgent regulatory body’s standards. So, our landlords will save money on their licensing costs, and they won’t have to deal with any of the admin. Win-win!We hope this goes to show that we always endeavour to act in our landlords’ best interests and reward them for their loyalty to us.

Nick Stott

What do you need to do?

In order to licence your property for you, we need some information that we do not currently hold. If you have a property in the affected areas, we need you to complete this short form with the information we need.

Nicholas Stott

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