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How Safe and Secure is Your Property?

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

A Guide to the Best Tenant Referencing Companies

It’s important to know who you’re renting your property out to and what to expect from them in the future.

Upload on January 18, 2018 by Qg5tnolRead Full Story

How to Deal with Harassment in the Tenancy Process

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

The Best Place to Invest in Property UK

If you fancy turning your hand to property investment but unsure where to start, we’ve got it covered.

Upload on July 13, 2017 by Qg5tnolRead Full Story

Property Podcast: How to End A Tenancy Well

Upload on April 10, 2019 by Ashley Salek

Ending a tenancy can be awkward for both tenants and property professionals. Dealing with tenancy deposit returns, outstanding rent and resolving disputes can take time and a lot of effort. So, how can tenants and landlords alike ensure the end […]

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10 Worst Things About Renting

Upload on January 7, 2016 by Qg5tnol

Everybody needs a home, right? Some purchase, others rent, and still others are content to live with family for the rest of their lives. It’s all good. Well, mostly anyway. Every housing arrangement has its pros and cons to deal […]

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Christmas Decorations That Will Not Dent Your Deposit

Upload on December 7, 2015 by Qg5tnol

Who among us does not appreciate the beautiful lights and festive decorations of Christmas? If you are the kind of person who likes to decorate for the holidays, this is the time of year when your creative juices can begin […]

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Large deposits make inventories more important than ever

Upload on May 20, 2011 by Qg5tnol

This article up from Property Drum by Operations Manager for ARLA, Ian Potter, further highlights how critical inventories with schedule of condition report have become. With such large sums of money at stake, ARLA has called on tenants and landlords […]

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Unpaid rent and filthy tenants – Latest Student Landlord Survey 2011

Upload on May 20, 2011 by Qg5tnol

With student market nearly upon us, New Student Publications carried out an interesting straw survey on Student Landlord Problems Different categories were addressed covering areas from unpaid rent to cleanliness issues. Unpaid rent, filthy tenants and panicking about filling your […]

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Who wins the deposit disputes – tenant v landlord

Upload on March 8, 2011 by Qg5tnol

TDS state that the following percentage awards (in terms of deposits held) were made during 2010 Percentage of awards made to tenant – 56% Percentage of awards made to landlord – 42% Percentage of awards made to agents – 2% […]

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TDS: Top 3 causes of deposit disputes

Upload on March 8, 2011 by Qg5tnol

TDS state that in 2009/10 the top three causes of disputes were as follows: Cleaning – found in 46% of complaints Damage – found in 29% of complaints Redecoration – found in 24% of complaints

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Top 5 buy-to-let landlord mistakes

Upload on March 2, 2011 by Qg5tnol

I read a great article written for Upad this week….if you missed it then here it is. It is always good to remember the basics. The Buy-to-Let boom is unlikely to return any time soon. A serious lack of good […]

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