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As a landlord, it’s your responsibility to provide a secure property for your tenants. No one wants to receive a call from a distressed renter who’s just been broken into. Safe and secure properties equal happy tenants. Insufficient security against […]Upload on December 14, 2018 by Ashley SalekRead Full Story
Whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, sadly you may have experienced some form of harassment in the tenancy process before.Upload on November 24, 2017 by Qg5tnolRead Full Story
It’s no secret that the private rental sector needs improvements in some areas. A lack of organisation and a minority of poorly maintained, privately rented properties are damaging the sector’s reputation. These negative aspects are often used as fuel to […]Read more
Landlords and inventories… Should they mix? Anyone who has anything to do with the world of renting, be that landlords, letting agents or tenants, will understand the importance of inventories. But, the question is, should people carry out inventories themselves? […]Read more
No Letting Go are proud to support the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) in their bid for mandatory inventories for all private residential tenancies.Read more
We are very proud to announce yet another success in franchisee Rachel Farr’s career with No Letting Go.Read more
No Letting Go is pleased to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at The Franchise Show on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th February.Read more
Kaptur is the latest mobile software released by No Letting Go. It provides quick, easy and compliant software for residential letting agents to complete compliance reporting in house. The system is unique in that it also gives the client the […]Read more
This week Paul Shamplina, founder of Landlord Action and celebrity in the field of property, took to the Direct Line for Business blog to discuss the importance of getting your property inventory right. In this piece Paul discusses the need […]Read more