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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
There tends to be a focus on the need for potential tenants to make a positive first impression to secure the best rental properties. But making a good impression is just as vital for landlords and letting agents. To attract […]Read more
There’s been lots of talk over the last few years around the possibility of abolishing letting agent management fees. Now, it seems, it’s come to fruition. On the 12th February, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 was passed and became law. […]Read more
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
For landlords, there are seemingly endless responsibilities to keep track of. Every self-respecting landlord wants to provide safe and comfortable homes for their tenants, but it can be difficult to stay on top of changing developments. One such responsibility that’s […]Read more
Looking to invest in rental property? There are many things to consider before getting involved in buy-to-lets. Whether you’re trying to increase your portfolio or you are just getting on the ladder, it’s worth keeping these key principles in mind […]Read more
Renting gets a bad rep!Read more
A landlord’s main responsibility is the tenant. But, do landlords have a duty of care to neighbours? In short: yes and no. It’s difficult to hold landlords legally responsible for their tenants. Unless, that is, the landlord is deliberately encouraging […]Read more
Historically, landlords and animals don’t have the best relationship. The fear of damage, infestations and related costs sometimes seem too much hassle than they’re worth. But, people love their pets! So, landlords who ban them run the risk of putting […]Read more