Sunday, 23 January 2022

How To Maximise Your First Property Investment As A Landlord

If you are a first-time landlord, or just a prospective one, the property market can look tempting. That’s because it is, and there are...
Free Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Template

Free Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Template UK

The overwhelming majority of private landlords in the UK use an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement – or AST – to let out their residential...
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Safety Factors All Landlords Need To Consider

Being a landlord and managing rental properties can be a challenging task. There are many different factors that you need to consider and tasks...

Tenant Troubles? The Pros And Cons Of Becoming A Section 8 Landlord

In the competitive rental property sector, landlords are constantly on the lookout for new markets to tap into. In this article, we’ll take a...
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The Issues of Compliance With Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in the Private Rented Sector

and Landlord Advice written by Raees Khan Minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) are novel regulations that are set out by the government, making it unlawful to...

Types of Rental Properties: Which Is Right for You?

Renting a home is one of the most stressful things in the real estate industry at the moment. Being a tenant means you don’t...

Ways you can transform your rental property with composite decking

There are many methods of enhancing the value of your rental property in the United Kingdom, ranging from small repairs like electrical repair to...
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A beginner’s Guide to Buy/Sell HMO Property

A multi-family home is a single property, so selling your home requires a special method. If you are a tenant looking for a home or...

The Top 5 Things Renters Want to See Before Signing a Contract

When it comes to renting a property, there are several things renters would like to see before they sign a contract. More specifically, the...
Deregulation Act Landlords

The housing deregulation act 2015 – what does it mean for landlords?

Landlords must comply with the Deregulation Act 2015 or face hefty fines and lose the ability to evict troublesome tenants. Here we explain the implications of The Act for landlords.