In October 2015, new regulations were introduced to the private rented sector requiring every landlord to install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms on each floor of a property. The landlord must evidence that all alarms are tested and working at the start of each tenancy. Fines for non-compliance are a maximum of £5,000 for each failure. No Letting Go will ensure you are compliant. We will check that your alarms are in the correct location, are functioning at move in and install new ones where necessary. All No Letting Go reports have a smoke and carbon monoxide safety section that will guarantee you meet the regulations.
Fulham has become one of South West London’s most popular areas for buyers and renters alike. With fantastic pubs, shopping and schools on offer, many young professionals and families are searching for properties for sale and rent in the area. Looking for help managing your rental properties in the Fulham area? Our guide sets out [...]READ MORE
This year marks the biggest ARLA conference to date, as the 25th event in the conference’s history is taking place in London on the 24th of March. As one of the most important property events in the calendar of professionals working in the private rented sector, we’re excited to be there flying the flag for [...]READ MORE
There are plenty of women in property who are making a splash in the rental and property sectors. Last year, to celebrate International Women’s Day, we turned a spotlight onto some of our most successful female franchise owners. This year, we’re showcasing the breadth of female talent we have across our network. Let’s get to [...]READ MORE
London Landlord Deposit Disputes Highest In the UK When it comes to the end of a tenancy and the return of the tenant deposit, there are plenty of things that can go wrong, wherever your property is based. However, according to a recent report, London landlord deposit disputes appear to be the highest in the [...]READ MORE